Complete Aveline’s Story

Assassins Creed 3 Liberation • PlayStation Vita

I’m reliably assured that completing AC3L without killing all of the ‘Citizen E’s’ results in a ‘fake’ ending which makes this trophy pop. I’m not sure where I missed a Citizen E encounter as I pretty much explored every inch of the AC3L world (killing E as I went along), but I’m not too concerned – this just gives me a little task to try and accomplish over the long weekend.

I’m convinced that Aveline is one of the best Assassins, second perhaps only to Altair. Liberation is getting a HD remake for the PS3 which should bring her into the mainstream gaming vernacular, and hopefully this means we’ll see more of her (though I’m doubtful, Ubisoft seem to kill/cull the main characters of their biggest IP).

Bring on the long weekend!

Sequence 4

Assassins Creed 3 Liberation • PlayStation Vita

I have heard that the Vita incarnation of Call of Duty is notorious for its 5-6 minute missions and simple gameplay. It cops a lot of criticism for it, and without playing it I can’t really pass judgement. Nonetheless, the sound of COD’s simplicity is something that evaded Sequence 4 of AC3L, which saw me struggling in an Aztec build/dig site (I assume) with ad hoc instructions and, the bane of my existence, light-based and six-axis puzzles to solve, the latter which locks up if you suspend the game for a moment, resulting in you either restarting the checkpoint, or at worst, the game.

Nonetheless, I have done it (and should never have to do it again)! My progress on this game isn’t slow, Ubisoft have just done a damn good job cramming it chock-full of quality missions.