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Assassin's Creed Liberation HD (pc game)
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A spin-off from Assassin's Creed III, this is perhaps one of the lesser efforts in the blockbuster franchise and best suited to those who just can't get enough of sneaking around and slitting people's throats. It's certainly not a bad game, just a very average one which betrays its mobile origins a little too much. This one follows the adventures of Aveline de Grandpre as she roams around Louisiana between 1765 and 1777, while performing various assassin-y duties. This one ignores the series' usual modern day character of Desmond Miles but apart from this, it's pretty much business as usual. So, you can expect plenty of sneaking, sidequests, the aforementioned throat slitting, and the familiar gubbins that has made the franchise so popular. However, in a slight nod to the game's female protagonist, you can seduce foolish men in order to get what you want, while also flicking between costumes which allow you to perform different actions. For example, as a lady you can't go around climbing willy nilly but you can bribe guards and so on. Liberation is a fairly average offering in the franchise, offering little in the way that's new but also doing everything that fans demand with the usual skill and aplomb. The visuals are quite lovely, with the typical attention to detail and plenty of atmospheric environments to explore, while the controls are as spot on as ever. The story isn't the most compelling one for the series but it's serviceable enough, which pretty much sums up the game as a whole.