When I started Music Monday, I always intended to highlight the wonderful talents of Dan Bull. Dan is a nerdcore rapper that made it big on Youtube after his now famous Skyrim Epic Rap. Since that song he's released hundreds of video game inspired raps, almost all of which are awesome in their own rights. But, I only want to talk about the best of the best. In no particular order, these are what I consider the Top 10 best Dan Bull raps.
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A big change for the franchise, but one gamers have been begging to happen.
Assassin's Creed: Unity has had some major issues since it's release, and as an apology Ubisoft is giving all fans the "Dead Kings" DLC and a free game if you've purchased the Season Pass. The season pass already includes the "Dead Kings" DLC, new missions in paris, and a 2.5D game taking place in China.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations began its life as a 3DS spin-off called Assassin's Creed: Lost Legacy before being whipped into a full-fledged console entry in about 10 months time and, in a lot of ways, it shows. After the dizzying success of AC2, Ubisoft decided to make the Assassin's Creed franchise its very own Call of Duty; a big-budget, AAA event that releases each and every year. If Brotherhood represented the wistful promise of the concept, then Revelations was the slightly disappointing reality of that commitment.
When Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood was announced as the follow up to the celebrated Assassin's Creed II, many fans cried foul. It had the odds stacked against it: it was not a radical overhaul of the formula in the way that ACII was, it was throwing a wrench into the series' original trilogy plan, and it was being released in just one year. How could it not be a rush job and how could it possibly do any justice to Ezio's debut journey?
"AC2.5", as it turns out, was anything but a disappointment.
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