Assassin's Creed III: Liberation 'Liberty Chronicles' dev diary - Gematsu
Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation ‘Liberty Chronicles’ dev diary
posted on 10.08.12 at 08:24 PM EST by (@salromano)
Ubisoft Sofia talks recreating 18th century Louisiana.

Ubisoft has released the first developer diary for Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation.

The two-minute long video details how the developers at Ubisoft Sofia recreated 18th century Louisiana for the game.

Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation is due for PlayStation Vita on October 30. Watch the developer diary below.

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  • I’m trying to save up for the Vita bundle. =D

    • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

      My white Miku Vita is already waiting for me in Germany, so I’m just buying the NA version of the game in Japan. Might be quite expensive though, except if purchased via amiami.

      • DrForbidden

        Is Amiami really expensive? It’s the cheapest online store I personally know of that ships internationally. Try buying from CDJapan and you’ll understand…

        • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

          Nope, they’re the cheapest online retailer from Japan. The only one rivaling their prices are nippon-yasan. I’ve bought a Vita game and the white LE Miku Vita at nippon-yasan so I can guarantee they’re legit. If FedEx is chosen the parcel usually takes a mere 3 days to arrive in Germany, which is quite impressive. They also write extremely low product prices on the invoice inside the package so European customs won’t charge any VAT/Import taxes.

          But I never implied amiami were expensive, quite the contrary. I said that each other shop, except amiami, is expensive. I did not mention nippon-yasan as they do not sell international versions of games, they’re Japan-only but I need an NA copy (game includes DLC and probably an online pass).

          • DrForbidden

            You’re right, I misread your original post…

            My bad. Sorry about that.

  • DrForbidden

    The Vita is going to need a lot more original games like this if Sony wants it to succeed. All the Playstation ports and rereleases in the world aren’t going to ensure it’s longevity.For a portable console in the smartphone- and tablet-dominated world, exclusivity is key to converting the hardcore and semi-hardcore gamers.

    Anyhoo, just musing…

  • PrinceHeir

    good :)