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!
GTA suffers from this sort of thing too, with so called "ultra real" graphics mods that completely destroys the look of the game and turns everything into a hideous blown out mess. (49 minutes ago)
It's not perfect, but it's better than 99% of the shite UE4 recreations that people pump out and everyone creams their kecks over as if it should actually be made. (50 minutes ago)
I'll say one thing about it, at least he has an understanding of art style and lighting. (51 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: Tomb Raide 2 is almost 20 huge levels. I'd say that is a proof of concept, and not a remake. The dude/team would need to get a lot of traction to start doing work that could be done. (3 Hours ago)