Xenocide Wait, so the entire story is just the awakened memory of some future guy? What the hell is that all about? Were the writers under the impression that you need some kind of convoluted justification to set a story in the past?
Yahtzee is amusing as always but this detail kind of stuck out in my mind.
Adramelech It's the first part of a planned trilogy tracking the Hashshashin cult and the Knights Templar throughout a sort of revisionist history/Philip K. Dick style conspiracy story via genetic memory/Jungian collective unconscious. It's pretty fun and well told for what it is, actually.