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ZTGD | Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation Review

Ryan Wombold writes: Alongside the launch of its blockbuster Assassin’s Creed III on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC Ubisoft also delivers a brand new side story on the Vita with a new playable character and a completely new setting. Handheld gaming isn’t unfamiliar territory for the series, following the very disappointing Bloodlines and several mobile offerings, and Ubi needed to make sure that the debut of the Templar/Assassins war on Sony’s powerhouse handheld was a solid one. What they’ve managed to accomplish is equal parts impressive and disappointing, marrying some of the series’ greatest strengths with some very unfortunate missteps in other key areas. What we’re left with is a solid, if uninspiring, addition to the Assassin’s Creed universe that is worth playing but lacking just enough to prevent it from being a must-have.

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