Game price in store: $65. Game price online: $37.\n\nLOCAL WALMART STORE WOULD NOT PRICE MATCH WALMART.COM. WHAT?!?\nI was told that price matching was also only during holidays. WHAT?!?\n\nBought game online, picked up in-store.\nNot sure why, but purchase was refunded. It was refunded before I tried to pick it up so it is not due to complaints.
Great multiplayer. Changes from ACR are solid, namely the increase of the cooldown on Smoke Bomb. However, Knives have become the new one-shot fix to everything as they now stop kills and stuns for about one second. Also, the kill\/stun range from smoke is insane.\nAs for the singleplayer, I haven't played much of it but the first sequence said it all: awesome graphics, smooth gameplay and an interesting story.
Assassin's Creed III Liberation, for Playstation Vita, is a good game, but has flaws as you play. You run around killing bad guys on your quest of obtaining an object to keep people from knowing a certain truth about the world. You play a female Assassin, Avelon, who pretty much does everything like the other male assassin's like in any other game. The only difference is you have three personas to pick from such as Asssassin, Slave, or Lady. As for the flaws, it can actually affect you game as you play or just be an annoyance as you play. Even after the updates, there are errors in sounds, animation glitches, and I have a random glitch where she will pick up a weapon, dropped by a soilder, and shoot a random [innocent] person without being targeted without want. The noriety levels are annoying and should be removed. Looting with the circle button is a hassle (which also is the same button to pick up items) which means she loots and constanlty picks up an wanted weapons (which is the same for that unwanted occasional glitch). I also do not like the personas since being in the \"Lady\" persona is annoying. Walking with the persona causes guys to grab her and is frustrating when you cannot defend when it happens (making you choose to attack raising the noriety level). The last thing that bothers me is that you have 4 different areas to play at. 3 areas are open to be played in, but 2 are full maps. The 3rd one is small and not enjoyable to mess around in. The 4th map is not really playable at all, it's just part of the mission with the main character in Assassin's Creed III. If the developers would update the game and completely rid the game with these errors, then I would say that this game was a good game.
I never sat down to play a game before; I had watched my husband playing, and I thought that his games were pretty lame, but after buying this game, I held the xbox remote for first time, and I was immerse in the great story line, awesome graphics, and entertaining fixtures. I really enjoy it, and I am now looking forward to playing #3 and $