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!
at least 360 version doesn't seems to have fps problems this time. (26 minutes ago)
@digi_matrix: ok i'll make sure to have torches for most of the time lol - [url] (30 minutes ago)
60 hours on 360 till end, and 60 on PC and i still 2/3 from the end, tring to do all that i missed. (3 Hours ago)
PtD on PC was, yes, more barren, but it too had less but more expert players (less low level helpers) and i almost didn't encounter cheaters. 50/50 to undead/hollow playtrough to give a insight (3 Hours ago)
@digi_matrix: never had problems on 360 DS community, and it was fairly large and i encountered low invaders and great unknown sunbros. i played it ~6 months after release. (3 Hours ago)
@digi_matrix: it's From... they deliver bad performing game, from dark souls to Armored Core, but now they seem keen on keeping good framerate at great costs. (3 Hours ago)
Well, shit didn't realise Dark Souls 2 had a graphics downgrade. Or PC version was shown before. Or something. So confusing: [url] (7 Hours ago)