Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Made some new friends, all of whom were old friends. Met up with La Volpe and Thieves Guild up and running, while helping get Bartolomeo and his mercenaries get out of a jam. Also, Ezio's sister Claudia is running a brothel, which happens to be a front for hooker-spies. Ezio didn't want his sister to do that, either because he didn't want her involved in the war, or because the idea of your sister running a whorehouse is enough to make any man throw up in his mouth a little bit.
But enough about single player, I've been doing some MP as well. It's hard to tell if I hate it or not. I scream and swear and rage when I play it...but I can't stop playing it. Doing good feels great, losing is maddening. It doesn't help that half the people run around as fast as they can. (Which makes them hard to catch, but at the same time means they don't get nearly as many points for a kill; I've come in second behind people with twice as many kills as me, as well as ahead of people with more kills than that) It's so annoying...but the Hellequin's
ass is sooooooo fine.
Which brings me to my next point: If Ubisoft really does hate PC gaming, they got a weird way of showing it. Achievement point values, like Microsoft uses, actually have a purpose
; you can spend them on various rewards. Usually something small, maybe a new outfit or an ammo bonus, sometimes even an unlockable character. (Such as the Hellequin!) They give you something other then a little picture, a golf clap, and a half an inch on your e-peen, they give you actual rewards, it's the way achievements should be done.
EDIT: Wow, that was way longer than it should have been. tl;dr version: Multiplayer is fun and annoying, Hellequin is sex-flavored hotness, Uplay actually does achievements right.