Summary: Okay, let's be clear. This game IS good. Especially if Handheld gaming is your primary gaming experience. This game has TONS of content to keep you busy. Decent (but not great) graphics. Good gameplay, etc. You really can't go wrong with the fact that it's a legit Assassin's Creed experience, in the palms of your hand, on the go. But...
One of the best handled games with some limitations though
Luís Filipe Macedo Costa, amazon.co.uk
16 April 2014
Summary: Assassin's Creed III: Liberation is one of the best handled games I've played so far. It has a good gameplay and as I'm a fan of Assassin's Creed games, I enjoyed the game. Though it could have more graphical resolution. I've played on PC as well and there's a huge difference in resolution and texture quality. Of course PS Vita's hardware is much more limited than a PC's hardware but maybe they could have tried to improve that in some way.
Summary: This game is Assassin's Creed Jr. for the Vita. It has most of the features of its big brothers, but on a smaller screen. The big question is how an Assassin's Creed game can hold up on a handheld system. The answer, surprisingly is pretty well. Assassin's Creed has had to make a few compromises to adapt itself to the Vita's less powerful hardware and smaller screen. Texture maps are far more limited and incapable of standing up to close scrutiny.
Summary: Got the game alot cheaper than i would have in my country. Game arrived a little earlier than expected, nicely packed. Game itself is great but nothing special, the only thing that annoyed me was that it was brought to my mailbox not the nearest P.O.
Summary: If you already have the Golden Abyss and are done with it, this is the option. Although it mimics quite well Assassin's Creed III's parkour mechanics, the combat which wasn't already that good on big consoles is a bit worse here, with lower technical hardware specs. The story is aceptable but don't expect an epic tale like the one Ezio had.