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(NPR)   Scientists use DNA memory to store Shakespeare, Altaïr   (npr.org) divider line 3
    More: Cool, DNA, double helix, Shakespeare, Human Genome Project, nucleotides, work outs, Samuel Johnson, test tubes  
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2013-01-24 03:44:06 PM  
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Several posters here have convinced me yet again to avoid AC III. Played all of the other ones, but I've heard nothing but poor reviews on the new one. That's too bad.

I played Dishonored as an alternative, and that was fairly decent. No replay value at all (just like AC), but decent.
2013-01-24 01:35:14 PM  
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Tax Boy: I can't figure why people love AC2 ....

Once you play AC3, and spend hours wandering through vast tracts of land as a dull-witted native American kid named Connor, climbing around in f#cking trees and skinning goddamn rabbits and slogging around and not having any fun, you'll miss the everloving sh#t out of Ezio, I promise you.

I loved every other AC ever, I pre-ordered AC3 the first day it was available, and hurried home to play it on day one, and played for 3 or 4 hours before saying "F#ck it, this just isn't fun at all." As someone above already said, Ezio was the man.
2013-01-24 01:01:58 PM  
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Screw Altair. Ezio was the man.
 
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