I [expletive deleted] give up on this [expletive deleted]…

…game; does anybody know where I can find a saved game editor for the PC version of Assassin’s Creed II?  I need to get past this [expletive deleted] stupid intro race quest that I don’t know how I got past during my first run-through and, you know, it’d be great if I could just start up again after this point, only Ubisoft apparently doesn’t want to give me access to old save points, and let’s not even get started on the lack of a Hi, I’m a middle aged guy that sucks at video games so take it easy on me, OK? setting.  Megaraccoon suit Give me the goram megaraccoon suit. Or a goram save editor.

…Sorry.  Four freaking days.  I’m going to break out Deus Ex: Human Revolution until I feel better.


  • UtahMan says:

    Is this where I link the story detailing how gaming is a stress-relieving therapeutic?

    (Not that I can brag. I could never go twenty minutes in SimCity without raining fire and meteors down…)

  • Catseye says:

    That’s why I gave up on the games that require good reflexes and switched to tactical/strategic games.

  • Aruges says:

    It’s for the best. Just a word to the wise on DX:HR, almost every room will have a fridge you can move. There is NEVER anything cool or even not cool behind them. So don’t feel you have to pickup and move them just to check to see if “This one is bound to have something awesome behind it” just because the last 1000 or so didn’t…

  • qixlqatl says:

    Utah, raining fire and meteors sounds very therapeutic to meeee….

  • Catseye says:

    Qix you can actually do that in “Age of Mythology”, and yes it IS VERY SATISFYING!

  • qixlqatl says:

    @Catseye: It would just about have to be 😉

  • docweasel says:

    My son and I (he’s 5) resort to this for almost every game because we have no patience (I’m 5 game-wise)

    Usually you can’t find a savegame editor per se, but you can usually find a group of savegames which will put you at the beginning of every level. Most recently we did this for Prince of Persia, which is a jumping around game, very hard, with swordfights in between. We like the swordfights and not the jumping, so we skip it when we can.

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