In 2012, Ubisoft released a PS Vita-exclusive title in their Assassin’s Creed series, Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation. The element which set this game apart the most, however, was Winifred Phillips’ tremendous soundtrack. In fact, Phillips’ work was just acknowledged by the Game Audio Network Guild. The “Main Theme” won the award for “Best Original Vocal Song – Choral,” with good reason. Phillips’ blend of chorals and Creole sounds proved to be one of the most unique combinations last year, which may be why the G.A.N.G. award is one of a handful of awards the soundtrack won, in addition to several nominations. In fact, Liberation was one of the few soundtracks last year which seemed to transcend the game itself and was able to be appreciated as its own musical narrative.