Assassin’s Creed III Liberation Review [GameRevolution]

GR: Aveline de Grandpré is the focus of Abstergo's Animus software, a piece of entertainment used to transplant you centuries in the past. While Liberation certainly looks like an Assassin's Creed game, can it keep up with the catlike Connor and the Revolutionary War setting?

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dbjj120881956d ago

I've been playing it off and on for a few days now and I'm definitely more engaged with AC3 on consoles.

rpd1231956d ago (Edited 1956d ago )

Well obviously. Assassin's Creed 3 is on a home console and has so much more to work with. They're able to put a huge open world, better graphics, more side missions, and so on. They're able to create a more interactive world easily. It also helps that they've done it 4 times before too. Liberation is the first of it's kind on the Vita. It'll improve as the series continues (if it does).

decimalator1956d ago

That's a bummer, this was one of the games I was looking forward to. I might still pick it up anyways, we'll see. I've liked some of the other games that have gotten mixed reviews too.

Sev1956d ago

It's not terrible, and I think it's even more difficult to play it AFTER playing Assassin's Creed III. It's definitely a technical marvel, at least, but not the best game out there.

doctorstrange1956d ago

Should have come out before ACIII

knifefight1955d ago

They should load up AC3 with commercials for this game so that people can stop playing it and do this one first.

alexcosborn1956d ago

Too bad it's not the killer-app the Vita desperately needs.

TrendyGamers1956d ago

I'll most likely pick this one up when it goes on sale and I have some time to play it.

ftwrthtx1956d ago

I was really hoping this game would be a great Vita title. I guess I'll skip it.

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