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!
It's straight mcdonalds big mac & fries (3 Hours ago)
And that's not easy to do with the fact that 1 is a racing game, 1 is a 3rd person action and the other is a fps (3 Hours ago)
Im hereby dont with ubisoft and their way of making games. I just tried the crew yesterday and it's the same calcuated mission/fetchquest structure as ac, fc, wd, and every other recent release (3 Hours ago)
I remember playing the first pop on the original xbox. What a great story & the solo(coop) puzzles were fantastic (3 Hours ago)
@alimokrane: It's kinda hilarious, but not surprising. I wouldn't be surprised if they announced 20 AC games at once. (3 Hours ago)
@alimokrane: prince of persia had once of the worst combat system mechanics ive ever seen (3 Hours ago)
*sigh* so AC: Chronicles.... talk about milking to death... and Prince of Persia and Beyond Good & Evil no where to be seen. (3 Hours ago)