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Submitted by Looselemon 614d ago | review

Assassin’s Creed III – The Betrayal Review | Loose Lemon Gaming

Assassin’s Creed III – The Betrayal is one of the most successful video games launched by Ubisoft. It has been developed for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and MS windows. The Betrayal gives a completely new meaning to the action-adventure genre. It created a gigantic wave of anticipation even before its release. The gaming world was hit by the Assassins’ Fever! Fans of the franchise were literally desperate to enjoy the thrills of the fifth edition of the epic series. Few other video games manage to evoke such kind of fervor and frenzy! Assassin’s Creed III is more than just a video game; it has become a global phenomenon. It has achieved iconic status within the gaming fraternity and has been lauded for its humongous sense of occasion. (Assassin’s Creed 3: The Tyranny of King Washington, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

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