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Retrospective: Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD Xbox 360 review

A few months ago I reviewed Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD for ShanetheGamer.com. Considering it was just a download-only game I managed to knock out an epic article that was almost 2000 words long. I thought I’d share the review with you, again , this time on State of Play.

I can’t get enough Assassin’s Creed. I wish I had the time to go back and start the whole lot again from the beginning. As much as I enjoy them, they can be a bit much to play. Like an all you can eat buffet, as nice as it is, sometime it’s too much; a heavy plot and an environment packed full of things to do. The Assassin’s Creed games can be a bit overwhelming. Continue reading Retrospective: Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD Xbox 360 review

Assassin’s Creed 3 Xbox 360 Review

Assassin's Creed 3 boxart
AC3: Game of the Year?

In his first foray into Ubisoft’s historical sci-fi series, State of Play’s new boy Grant Cheetham reviews Assassin’s Creed III on XBox 360. Take it away Grant!

Assassin ‘s Creed III is Ubisoft’s fifth major installment in the series. Having not played the previous games, the idea of starting this late in the series initially seemed daunting. Ubisoft however did a great job at welcoming new players into the series.

If you haven’t played an Assassin’s Creed game before basically you play as an assassin, a group of super freaky climbers who fight for freedom and peace. Their adversary, the Templars, seek order and control, mostly through morally questionable means. This game combines history and science fiction with a ton of conspiracy theories thrown in. The gameplay is that of an action-adventure with a focus on climbing and stealth. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed 3 Xbox 360 Review