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Submitted by JonnyBigBoss 885d ago | review

GameRevolution: Assassin's Creed III (PC) Review

GR writes: "Developers have pushed the hardware of last-generation consoles to the limit. Exhibit A: Assassin’s Creed III. A month ago Ubisoft delivered an absolutely stunning representation of 18th century America, but not all was perfect. Aging hardware, rough shadows, and wild framerate drops kept it from being the graphical firework of 2012. But this is exactly the kind of situation that gaming PCs live for—an opportunity to show what modern hardware and technology is all about. Does Assassin’s Creed III on the PC do the game justice?" (Assassin's Creed III, PC) 5.0/5

doctorstrange  +   885d ago
Good to hear they're not getting the shaft
knifefight  +   884d ago
I have this still sitting unopened >_<
I need a way to purchase more time in a day and also the ability to never sleep -_-

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