Summary: I'm so impressed that they've been able to fit the entire Assassin's Creed experience into this version. The city is huge and filled with plenty of people, it never feels sparse while you roam around. You're really given free rein to explore, when you're not doing a mission. The controls are also spot on; climbing, jumping, and combat all feels great.
Summary: I am a big fan of Assassin's Creed and naturally I am biased to give AC III: Liberation a positive review. Yes there are glitches here and there, the minigames using the camera, gyroscope etc. can be annoying and yes framerate may suffer in heavy scenarios, but none of that is game breaking and they are all manageable. Even the PS3 version of the AC III game has plenty of graphical glitches, some framerate issues and I ended up swearing at the screen many times..
Summary: The graphics and gameplay of this title are really top-notch. There are a few faults but overall I had a lot of fun with this game. There is a bit of popup while you're running through the city but the sheer vast of the area is amazing. You can literally explore anywhere you want. The online mode is a nice addition but I would have preferred a real online multiplayer mode. I'd definitely recommend this to people looking for a solid singleplayer title to play on the go!
Summary: This game is awesome! Straight from the start you'll notice how top notch the presentation and polish is in both the graphics and audio departments. This is the first assassin's creed I've played since the original and I am pleasantly surprised how addictive and just generally fun this game is (considering that this game got a lot of 'average' review scores. I downloaded it at 5pm today and have been playing non stop until midnight.