Over 60 images from a portable assassin.
These screens look a little muddy, the previous screenshots and video I've seen from the game look a lot sharper. Maybe these were taken with the Vita itself in which case the screenshots do come out a little blurrier
yeah.. it's taken from the vita itself using the screenshot function. cause the game got leaked http://www.neogaf.com/forum...
Looks like something from the 2006.
Anyways i dont think the Vita version will sell well, since i know that after playing AC3, my thirst for AC will be quenched for a year or so.
It does look like something from 2006................on a CONSOLE.
I'd say that although these screenshots probably aren't representative, it does show that the game runs at a lower resolution than the Vita screen. The press images were in fact bullshots, taken with resolutions at the Vita's native resolution plus antialiasing. It'll look better when shrunk back to Vita's screen size, but in terms of resolution, it is what it is.
I have a Vita too and I love it to bits, but the reality of the situation is this: devs making games for the Vita, at least for now, tend to run their games in sub-native resolution. Sure it looks tolerable on the Vita screen considering the Vita's tight pixel density, but if games run at Vita's native resolution, they'd look so much better.
I dont know but that is pretty large compared to the vitas screen. And My monitor at larger I think has larger pixels and worse color than the vita screen. I already know what it looks like from watching the gameplay videos on the vita from the psn store and it looks pretty impressive for a handheld.
MULTIPLAYER MODES CONFIRMED!!!
I'm sorry, but I have absolutely no interest in playing as a black woman. It would be like being stuck with Rochelle for the entire L4D2 campaign...
Im not sure if you're trolling or being serious so I'll just say this. If you're not going to play a game cause of the character being a lady, then you probably are missing out on a new experience.
I'm pretty sure he's just trolling. It's so obvious...
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