Since we won't be able to give you off-screen videos of Assassin's Creed III: Liberation before next week, we thought you might be happy to see a bunch of homemade images of the game. Considering it's a handheld title set in an open environment, this episode looks quite good. Sure, there are a few framerate and aliasing issues, some occasional problems with the shadows or other visual elements too, but it is also the first Assassin's Creed game to feel like one on a handheld. Our only grip with it for now is with the sound quality of the voices, which sound pretty bad. Don't get us wrong, we don't mean the actors aren't good, it's the audio quality we feel is weak. It almost sounds like the first Broken Sword title if you catch our meaning.
Also, there are many dumb systems for very important things in any sector - Health, Politics, Education, Transportation, etc. - in most countries. But most people just accept it, so they deserve it. (21 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: True on both accounts. As for the system being dumb, people still choose to use it, so what does that make them? If such an important system is dumb, people should fight for it to be changed (25 minutes ago)
although admittedly, it wasn't far off half the voters who still voted trump, so it's not like a good chunk of them aren't dumb asses. but then that't true for anywhere really. (27 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: exactly. if majority of people voted hilary, and yet trump got into power. that's a dumb system, not dumb people. (28 minutes ago)
Mario right now (likely will stay) is 900p/60fps docked and 720p/60fps undocked. 60fps is fucking sweet and 900p is good, should look decent enough on my 65 incher. Gamersyde's videos looked great (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: so many stupid things were happening in the holodeck :D (1 Hour ago)
Shite, now I'm missing Star Trek: The Next Generation: [url] (1 Hour ago)