Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed III
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23 January 2014
Summary: As a former exclusive on the PlayStation Vita, Assassin's Creed III: Liberation arrived in time for the 2012 holidays as a promising system seller for Sony's fledgling handheld. While it fell short of its lofty goal, Liberation was nonetheless an impressive showcase of possibilities for open-world...
Pros: Recommended for Assassin's Creed fans who didn't play the Vita version, Upgraded visuals are worthy of the big-screen treatment, Playing Liberation on console controllers beats the Vita version any day
Cons: Still has many issues from the Vita version, Offers poor incentives to play beyond the story, Provides little value to those who've beaten the Vita version
Summary: The final chapter of the King Washington saga In an odd move, Ubisoft chose to split the King Washington DLC storyline into three separate parts. We've gotten The Infamy , then The Betrayal , and now, everything comes full circle for Connor and ol' George in The Redemption .
Summary: I want to plummet like an eagle Ubisoft has a lot to prove with its "what if" story of an evil George Washington. The first episode wasn't nearly as enthralling as Ubisoft had promised, mostly due to the fact that it felt like a lot was held back in favor of splitting it into three parts.
Assassin's Creed III: Tyranny of King Washington: The Infamy
19 December 2012
Summary: I'm still hungry like the wolf At long last, the highly hyped expansion for Assassin's Creed III is here, and it's split into three parts. The first portion, called "The Infamy" sets up an alternate reality scenario where George Washington, now "King Washington" morphs into basically a villain of...
Excerpt: Introduction, setup, requirements Assassin's Creed 3 marks the fifth installment in the acclaimed stealth series, and is built on Ubisoft's AnvilNext engine. The new technology is said to allow for dynamic environments, thousands of NPCs, plus improved visuals and AI.
Excerpt: The trademark of the Assassin's Creed series has always been the hooded figure traversing the bustling and beautifully realised city streets from days of yore, and leaping over rooftops to escape city guards.
Excerpt: I hate to admit that as a fan of big, epic games, I've really been struggling with the Assassin's Creed series over the years. This franchise is so ambitious, so complex, so overwrought that the games often feel like they're barely being held together, that from a gameplay and narrative (and not...