When looking at all twelve mainline entries in the Assassin's Creed saga, here's what we at DualShockers consider to be the best of the best in the franchise.
Assassin's Creed 3 might just be making it's way onto the Nintendo Switch this year if these leaks prove true.
For gamers out there (like myself) who enjoyed taking Aveline de Grandpre's assassin adventures with us on the go on the PS Vita, a celebration is in order: Aveline, the heroine of Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, is
Spanish retailer, XtraLife, has listed the unofficially confirmed Assassin's Creed title, Rising Phoenix, for the PS Vita. The supposed release date of the title has been listed as October 10th, 2013. 19 days before the confirmed release
Assassin's Creed III: Liberation has been recognized by the Writer's Guild of America for the strength of its script, winning the award for Best Overall Achievement in Video Game Writing. It is not the first of the
Sony loves its weird and sometimes slightly disturbing commercial, and this one for the Assassin's Creed III: Liberation Vita bundle isn't an exception, bringing Aveline on the subway for a routine assassination in the middle of the
Chad is installing Assassin's Creed III as I'm writing (the lucky bastard), but what about Liberation? Today the PlayStation Blog posted a video interview with the game's writer Richard Farreese as he explains the game's controls.
Learn what motivates Aveline to fight against oppression in this story trailer for Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation. The trailer, which is narrated by Aveline, briefly explains her back-story and why she became a deadly assassin.
The folks at Ubisoft explain the role of Aveline in Assassin's Creed III: Liberation in this developer diary. The video touches upon Aveline's background and the different weapons she can wield; such as a blow-pipe and whip.
Assassin's Creed III Liberation is supposed to show us the gentler side of the Assassins (not really), moving to a female protagonist with the beautiful and deadly Aveline. Fact is, though, that we don't know all that