Summary: Just finished this Assassin's Creed game. An HD remake of the PS Vita one. Never played the original one, so i don't really know about the difference. So this game starts a little different, out of the story of Desmond. Aveline, a half of French and African, found herself fighting to free the slaves under the guidance of Agate, one of the Brotherhood's Assassin. Plus point: - A really fresh lady assassin.
Summary: Pros: Concise missions with only 1 optional objective, no RTS crap, still better than AC3 Cons: Way too many collectibles that server no purpose, QTEs that aren't fun, animals lack any real challenge, last couple of missions are crappy designs, avatars cut in an out of existence, cutscenes repeat in some cases, no clear understanding of what some mission objectives are, Connor is back, crashed a couple of times, camera angles bounce everywhere … Expand
Summary: Not bad but Liberation is a "companion game" to Assassin's Creed III and it shows. Aveline's story is interesting enough but it sort of felt like I had been dropped into the middle of it rather than the start without much explanation. The graphics are a step down from Assassin's Creed III and seem oddly fuzzy in places but I guess that's to be expected from a former PS Vita game. I can't help but think Liberation would have been better as a main entry in the series.
Summary: I used to play the first Sims with all of the expansions, and I loved it. But the Sims3 is so realistic! There are new features such as wishes (like quests) which give you extra happiness points. It's best to purchase it with Generations. Best expansion ever!
Summary: I live both expansions. They add a lot of cool features to the base game, and they mesh well with the other expansions as well. Just remember that neither have a new town to play in. World adventures has 3 places to travel to, and for generations EA worked on expanding gameplay. Either way, these two are worth the $20!