Assassin's Creed III: Liberation - Story Trailer
With reviews of Assassin's Creed 3 and AC3: Liberation hitting the site, Johnny blends into the crowd to hear what they've been saying about Ubisoft's latest.Posted Nov 2, 2012 | 10:30 | 29,304 Views
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- Oct 18, 2012
Connor's not the only assassin stabbing their way through America. Meet Aveline de Grandpré, the first female protagonist in the Assassin's Creed series.
so far so good,,, the vita has sooo many lame games, but I think this ones a winner... (but, I also think Gravity Rush is the best thing so far for the system... still watching)
People seem to be forgetting that this is a handheld game. For what it offers - which is the ability to play on the go, to jump in and out of the game within seconds - and play whenever you have time time, wherever you are. Its not a PS3/Xbox experience, but it comes pretty close. Its a great game and I highly recommend it for anyone who likes the AC series. All the key aspects of the game are there (maybe some of the background story is missing, but for a handheld game I do not care for the story, I want to jump in, do a mission, and go on with my day). Buy it - its really good!!
@Sulima i totally agree with you..they seemed to have forgotten that theyve been comparing vita games with PS3 ,xbox 360,and PC when instead they should be comparing it with 3DS and any other handheld games.... to be honest,its not an embarrassment for VITA,its a huge compliment...
"So much epicness"...PLUEAZE! there`s nothing epic about subscribing to a geek and nerd league. LAME.
Ubisoft, this story doesn't really make any sense. And I'll tell you why.
It portrays the Spanish Empire as having invaded Louisiana, which it actually didn't do. It was handed over peacefully by France to Spain, not invaded. British Florida was invaded by the Spanish, however.
It also portrays the Spanish as having re-enslaved the free mulatto population, which to my knowledge never happened. What gives Ubisoft?
Remember, both France and Spain were Catholic and both shared the same relatively relaxed views on African Slavery. Culturally they were no different.
And last but not least, the rebellion itself was not in support of free blacks and the poor and oppressed. Rather, the rebellion was mostly a bunch of wealthy German settlers who didn't want to share their food stockpile with the new arrivals from French Canada. The Spanish wanted to feed them with said stockpile.
The French actually had the Louisiana territory in worst shape than anyone else (Spain, then the US) with rampant starvation. So again, what gives Ubisoft?
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