Max came away from his demonstration of Assassin's Creed III: Liberation impressed, which is good, considering Ubisoft has been promising that this PlayStation Vita game brings the "full Assassin's Creed experience" and dropping phrases such as "console-like experience."
18th-century New Orleans should make for a compelling setting, so I'm expecting a lot out of this one. I can easily see this game getting overshadowed by Assassin's Creed III, but Liberation does seem like one of the more noteworthy Vita titles to have a presence at E3.
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