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Complex's 10 Ways "Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation" Stacks up to "Assassin's Creed 3"

Complex: "There have been portable Assassin's Creed games in the past, but not one of them can hold a candle to Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation.

"At an Ubisoft showcase during Comic-Con, I sat down with one of the developers to watch as he played the PS Vita game Liberation for several minutes. During that time, I picked his brain about the ways the new game will mirror its big brother, the Xbox 360/PS3/PC title Assassin's Creed 3, as well as how they will differ."

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rufusman911968d ago

It has a women and its portable, thats more than enough for me.

Jessemcs9511968d ago

I'd agree that it is enough for most people just kidding no but it will definetly grab more attention see a female in assassins creed. It's a nice change but most people would prefer a female who shows off more of what she's got. That's not all people though just like me we don't need to get reminded how big a girls ass or boobs are in all our video games. She just needs to be badass and the game should feel like assassins creed that is enough for me.

WeskerChildReborned1968d ago

Haha yea i'm hooked on it being portable.

MemphisMayFire19931968d ago

I wish I could just fast forward to October so I can play all of these sick games coming out for the Vita

PoSTedUP1968d ago

ditto; can't wait for this. but this vita drought is leading me to discover some epic psp games that i missed. fate/EXTRA (very similar, if not a clone of persona3), LC stories n Harvest Moon are on the vita's store and i am having a blast with all of them i cant put them down.

xursz1968d ago

Agreed as well. Apparently Need For Speed is also coming to Vita (could be the best racer on ANY portable platform even if it doesn't live up to console standards, even so I'm in), there is no doubt I'll have enough to play come September. Then the wait for Soul Sacrifice begins and that's being co-developed by Playstation's Japan Studio and they've yet to disappoint.