Summary: It would be great game if it could just run smoothly! The attention to detail on this game is awful to. For example If u watch a rat move it has a frame rate of 1 per 10 seconds. Combat lags, running lags, story lags, walking lags, climbing lags, everything lags.
Summary: This is a nice showcase for the vita (there isn't a hope in hell that this could run on ds, 3d or otherwise), but it doesn't have much heart and doesn't draw you in. assassins creed 2 remains unmatched in my view. but on its own merits, this game is great fun; though not for the full price.
Summary: Fairly impressive graphics considering the game is on a handheld platform, two large environments that are fairly detailed and interesting to explore. Gameplay is standard for the series, if you don't like the previous Assassin's Creed titles you won't like this one, the game also struggles to get a consistent framerate on the console. Still a solid purchase.
Summary: For whatever the reason, top psvita titles such as Uncharted: Golden Abyss & Gravity Rush have been somewhat cooly received by critics, despite them turning out to be great games that will make players forget that they are indeed using a handheld console. Bearing this in mind it seemed highly likely Assassin's Creed III: Liberation would follow the same pattern & the critic's reviews wouldn't necessarily influence buying the game.
Summary: Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation was a much anticipated title for the Vita, but does it live up to the hype? Intro: You start of as a younger Aveline who is the Assassin you will take control of for this game,. You are walking hand in hand with your Mother when she stops at a market stall, you are then thrust into the game and prompted to catch a chicken, when your just about to catch it your shoved to the ground by a guard.