Assasins Creed is coming to Vita

As rumoured at Gamescon 2011, Assasins Creed is coming to vita!

Assassin’s Creed for Vita is to be called ‘Assasins Creed III: Liberation’ and as said in Gamescon, there is a new character and story line, Assasins Creed III: Liberations, will feature a female assassin!

The game will be on sale the same day as Assassin’s Creed III and will take place between 1765 – 1780 in New Orleans, at the end of the French and Indian war. Also, it’s been said, Assasins Creed III: Liberation will have multiplayer features.

And to add even more incentive to buy a Ps Vita, they will have a Limited Edition bundle with the game, a 4gb Memory card, and the first ever WHITE PS Vita!

Heres a little teaser pic I found, looks promising. Roll on October 13th!

Assasins Creed III Liberation FULL Trailer

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COD: Black Ops 2 Revealed

Yes, you heard it. Activision and Treyarch have revealed the sequel to the highly anticipated, Call of Duty: Black Ops, it will not be set in the past, or present… But the future! 2025 to be exact…

Another interesting leak is that there will be a “Quadrotor” that both FPS Russia and In-game photos have shown, FPS Russia states “This is truly a weapon of the future and in the next 10 or 15 years, s**t is going to get very real, we’re talking about some pretty sophisticated warfare, and soldiers are going to need technology like this, to get above the combat…” He also wearing a T-Shirt saying “TACITUS” Which they have an image of the website also, so obviously, they got him to film this as a sneak peek!

There are more things that look awesome including a crawling tank, a dropship type of thing, actual flyable jets, as well as lots more including horseback?! We don’t know what that’s all about but it shows that Treyarch have spent their free time trying to redefine COD.

But the proof is in the pudding, COD: Black Ops 2 will be out on the 13th November, we will try to keep you updated.




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Ridge Racer: Unbounded Review

Ridge Racer: Unbounded, is like none of its predecessors, it has been overhauled and now has a fierce, rebellious feel to it. They have moved away from the clean-cut circuit racer that we all know Ride Racer as being and now it’s all about Rampaging through the city of Shatter Bay, this is what we have all been waiting for! In concept, this is a lot like Burnout Revenge, but it has a few more things up its sleeve than Revenge did.

The game itself is a very nice looking spectacle, the environments are well crafted, and the cars look good. There is no real storyline, you have a brief introduction at the start, explaining who “The Unbounded” are, and then you have a series of events and eventually you dominate the city and take it as your own, but who really needs a storyline on such a game?

The events consist of 5 event types; Domination Race – Destroy anything and anyone who gets in your way to win! Time Attack, Drift Attack, Frag Attack – Destroy a certain amount of cars in the allotted time, and plain old, no thrills, Racing, known as “Shindo Racing”. These are good and are very challenging, but sometimes it can be too hard and can get very annoying after a while.

The gameplay itself is okay, however, the steering is a bit crude and the drifting can be very hard to handle, but with time, you get used to it. There are some more annoying points about it though, the Power boost that you use to generally frag others (although you can also frag them without) and destroy buildings and other destructables, has a very annoying camera, when you do destroy something or frag someone, it also slows down majorly a lot of the time, this can ruin your race or time trial and make you have to restart, also sometimes, it places you in the most annoying places which make you crash, as you can imagine, this gets very agitating!

The online play is ok, but nothing special, I do like the fact that you can compete to beat other people’s times they set on their City they created. The City Creation Tool itself is a good feature, there is nothing special about it, it is basically like a scalextric track set-up, you choose the pieces you want and build it, but you do need to bear in mind such things as tunnel entries and exits and other pieces like it, also there is a build limit, and this is a bit of a bummer, as you may not be able to build the track you want!


Overall the game is brilliant, both in concept and in parts of the execution of it, but it can be VERY annoying, if you are willing to look over the flaws, it is a great game and very amusing.

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