Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood by Oliver Bowden
The shortest chapter I have read in my entire life… so far.
My parents and I went out to get my copy of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations and Skyrim, and to give away one game from our collection as a present to the kid of my father’s office mate.
The only thing that pissed me off is the store selling the games. They had the COLLECTOR’S EDITION of AC:R, and they didn’t alert us about it. We were stuck with the old pre-order option of Revelations, which was the game itself (without any DLCs or any bonus in-game items) plus a t-shirt (that ran out of stock, so we have to return someday). The reservation ticket was nonrefundable and nontransferable to cash, so I had to stick with it and not let the money go to waste.
Nonetheless, I’m still happy that I got my games… What cheered me up the most was that I got the last copy of Skyrim in the store, despite my limping that slowed me down to get there.
Those two games conclude my gaming roster for this year. Can’t wait for 2012.