As promised, we've found a bit of time to capture a bunch of games we couldn't cover last month, Assassin's Creed III: Liberation being one of them. Ubisoft's handheld version of their famous franchise is pretty faithful to its roots, but it also comes with a few flaws, like the poor audio quality of the voices, the bugs you can encounter and the framerate issues. All in all, it is still an entertaining title, especially if you are longing for games to play on your Vita. If you're interested, hurry and check out our videos before the end of times tomorrow!
@crookedmind: that's an over generalization if ever i saw one. SOME games are based on lootcrates, that's about the extent of it. (19 minutes ago)
They all are in one way or another. (36 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: Grift just doesn't want to admit it, because his orgasm game is based on lootcrates. (2 Hours ago)
What bothers me most is it truly is creating gambling habits in small kids that also play these games (10 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: exactly, it’s nothing short of predatory. It’s literally using reasearch about the chemical reactions of the human brain to get people to spend more money than they want to (10 Hours ago)
They want you spending hundreds amassing a room full of dollar store garbage while you search out a t-shirt that actually looks like it wasnt designed by a monkey, (10 Hours ago)
I don't like lootcrate/nerd block for the same reasons. Yes you MIGHT get something cool, but that glimmer of hope is exactly what those companies are exploiting. (10 Hours ago)