Summary: Assassin's Creed III: Liberation is a game of stark dichotomies. The graphics are amazing for a first gen Vita title, but they are betrayed by an engine that's prone to crashes and glitches. The game's protagonist is a wonderful anti-stereotype, but she is betrayed by a story told so haphazardly as to be incomprehensible. The combat system is robust and complex, but is betrayed by shoehorned touch screen controls.
Summary: This game doesn't even come close to replicating the Assassin's Creed experience on a mobile platform. Enemies attack one at a time and telegraph their attacks by going through their attack animation, moving a step closer to you and attacking again, rinse and repeat until they are within range. The story may have been good, but I couldn't get far enough before losing interest.
Summary: This is my first Assassins Creed game , I know I just haven't gotten into the series and never bother to pick one up , with hat said I love this one so far I played about and hour of this and couldn't put it down , I loved running around jumping on buildings its so much fun , Graphics are ok when in game play there amazing but cut scenes look a bit rough .
Summary: Not what i would expect from a game that was named game of the year. The game freezes quite ofte is hampered by glitches. When the game operates smoothly it's a pretty intriguing story line and the graphics engine is also pretty supurb.
Summary: If you played ACIII this is a good addition to that,while not directly related there are some cameo scenes in between missions and such. What's also nice is you have the first female assassins but still kicks butt. The graphics are surprisingly good and detailed which shows the abilities of the PS Vita well as well as good gameplay control with no problems whatsoever.