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.
@nostradamus: it was a fair price at release too, its a great game. I got 100+ hours out of it, and im sure ill come back to it again. (28 minutes ago)
its 8£/9£ right now and it has that Valkyrie Profile feel to it. It seemd so expensive to me, but now its a fair price i guess. (2 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: One of my favorite games of last gen, defo worth getting imo. I only played the PS3 version though. (3 Hours ago)
is dragon's crown worth it? wich version vita or ps3, i give a great deal with resolution when it comes to geat 2d art. (4 Hours ago)
Gorgeous has ok mechanics but actually gameplay can become tedious and boring imo. (6 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: the world needs to open up to pvp ie 8v8 etc. Use ARMA Wasteland mod for guidance and you have a sure fire hit but they won't even be thinking that far ahead. An open world game that looks (6 Hours ago)
we need another splinter cell...only few missions deep on blacklist and it's on backlog but damn that's a good game (6 Hours ago)