Video games have a blackness problem. This has been a known thing for a while, and we do talk about it from time to time. But I'd like to keep talking about it.
Vous etes si belle, Aveline. Assassin's Creed: Liberation's HD facelift looks pretty impressive. The remastered version of the game that debuted as a Vita exclusive will be out next week for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Assassin's Creed Liberation HD is coming in January 2014. More specifically, January 14 on PSN, January 15 on PC and "in early 2014" for XBLA. Read our impressions here.
I really did want to play Assassin's Creed: Liberation. New Orleans! Creole accents! Bayous! A badass black lady protagonist! And yet... I never did. Finally, it looks like that's going to change.
Assassin's Creed Liberation beat out Halo 4 and, uh, Assassin's Creed 3 to win the WGA Videogame Writing Award. Awkward?
I like the portable Assassin's Creed game a lot. But it clearly could have spent more time in development. One bug I encountered had an alligator spawn about five feet in the air. That didn't stop me from killing it, though, which left its sad carcass floating aloft as a warning to those would mess with Aveline. Or…
History often seems lightyears away, doesn't it? Even game franchises like Civilization-where you zip from ancient Rome to space flight in the span of hours-put a layer of abstraction over the experience that make it feel distant. The Assassin's Creed games use history exceedingly well, but none of them have felt as…
Aveline—heroine of Assassin's Creed Liberation for the PlayStation Vita—isn't that different from the other characters of Ubisoft's historical action series . Like Altair and Ezio, she's an Assassin, a near-mystical stealth warrior with abilities that let her be unseen whenever she wants. But one thing about her…
I've just had a chance to see a hands-off demo of Assassin's Creed: Liberation, the new Assassin's Creed game exclusive to Sony's handheld Vita. I've complained in the past that Assassin's Creed combat is way too easy, and yet this newest iteration in the franchise manages to make combat even easier.
Sony and Ubisoft have confirmed earlier reports that Assassin's Creed will be coming to the PlayStation with an all-new title, starring a female assassin and set roughly in the same time period as Assassin's Creed III.