Assassin's Creed Liberation HD Crack + Activator (Updated)

Assassin's Creed Liberation HD Liberation is set in New Orleans between 1765 and 1780, in the period between the end of the French and Indian War, up to the middle of the American Revolution. The game tells the story of Aveline; a female Assassin of mixed French and African heritage. Brought up in a world of privilege and contrasts, Aveline becomes a strong willed woman and an avid opponent of slavery.
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2800
Genre Action Adventure, Historic, Open-World
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft Sofia
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Assassin's Creed Liberation HD reviews ( 7 )

kraenk, Jan 16, 2014

This game suffers untimately from the graphical power and gameplay AC4 had, but it's far from a bad game. It is enjoyable and due to the female protagonist and the setting offers a different approach with a great atmosphere. Of course from time to time one is reminded it is a Vita port but I actually was quite surprised how much better the graphics look. For 20 dollars a really good game. I give it an 8

andyjadams, Jan 21, 2014

Having just finished Black Flag I was a little worried by early reviews, but I feel the Critics are too harsh. This was an enjoyable game to play. It is shorter than the most of the others but there is still plenty to do. Similar to AC Revelations in length. But when you consider the price point what can you really expect. Pros: Enjoyable. Get to see another part of the AC story. Some interesting new ideas Cons: Some interesting new ideas (nice try but not next time). The graphics do feel a little heavy after playing Black Flag. Needs bigger maps. Overall: A far port at a fair price. If you enjoy the series then get it, there is more game here than it first appears. But remember that it is not Black Flag, but still a lot of fun.

SuperkenGaming, Aug 2, 2015

Assassin’s Creed Liberation Underrated greatness. I didn’t expect much going into Liberation, this game originally came out on vita so I expected a small handheld game with very linear and cheap gameplay, but this isn’t what I got at all. Assassin’s Creed Liberation is a full-fledged Assassin’s Creed game But at the same time is probably the most video gamey game in the series This is the first time since Assassins Creed 3 where I didn’t rely on the story alone to drag me through to the end This game was in development at the same time as assassins creed 3 so this hd remake reminds you of the great things assassins creed has lost over the past 3 years Combat is swift and satisfying, nearly identical to that of Assassins creed 3 Missions are actually fun, greatly varied, and mix in environmental stealth, social stealth, and combat beautifully. I really wasn’t expecting such fleshed out missions. There are of course a handful of cinematic style missions like Assassins Creed 3 introduced, but still there are great infiltration and social stealth AC2 style missions and tons of ac 1 style assassination missions to an extent. I say to an extent because while every assassination mission is built up, this was originally a hand held game, the missions are still pretty linear, but nowhere near as linear as black flag for example felt. Liberation tries to add a new mechanic to social stealth with its personas system You switch back and forth between assassin who’s notoriety rises the quickest, but has the most weapons at its disposal, slave persona that allows you to blend into workers and slave areas and a lady persona who’s notoriety increases much more slowly and allows you to bribe and charm guards to take them away from post Each persona also has their own set of side missions such as contracts and investigations and their own collectibles. Collectibles do unlock clothing items, but these items don’t do anything but look nice. It would’ve been cool if they actually added perks. You can also buy clothing and weapons, and you can use a trade system to buy and sell goods for profit to ensure you always have enough cash for what you need. Where I did however find disappointment is in the story and locations. There are 3 main locations in liberations and sadly these locations are very small As an original handheld game, understandably cities aren’t really the star of the show, if you’re buying liberation, you’re buying it more so for its story which honestly isn’t really that great The story is mildly interesting from an outside perspective, but nothing that leaves you craving more, the story content seems very filler in terms of pertaining to the AC universe Theres always atleast one thing that happens in an Assassins Creed game that makes me stop and think, I unfortunately didn’t experience this in my time with Liberation. And despite the smaller maps, newer additions such as fast travel not being here is massively annoying. While this may not be the greatest Assassin’s Creed game, this is still a great overall game that features many aspects that the games are now missing and introduce some features that you might recognize from a certain pirate game. If you’re a fan of the series, Assassins Creed Liberation is definitely worth your time to play through For what it is Action Adventure Stealth Game: 8.5/10 Overall: 8.5/10

Edyward, Feb 21, 2014

The game is not bad , cod like, by that i mean with no innovation in combat or anything else, the story is good.The product is worth 20$ in my opinion no more!

Gezesh, Jan 17, 2014

The game is really short. I've completed it along with all achievements in 15 hours and most of that time I was collecting useless things. The story itself is too short. Characters developed very poorly, especially that dull kind of a Mentor. Can't say smt bad about graphic as it is a port from PS Vita, but characters' eyes are glassy and make them look like dolls. And yeah the ending is a dissappontment.

AvallacS, Dec 5, 2017

Analysis: Assassin's Creed Liberation AC Liberation is a port made of PS Vita for the consoles and PC. It is visible that the game is a size, and a lot of the evil done. Gameplay: The game has the same gameplay as its predecessor, AC 3, continues with the same climbing problems, jumping in the moments and direction that the player does not want. The battles are repetitive, exhausting, with the same movements as Connor, of AC 3, causing the main character to lose his combat personality. An implementation in the gameplay that I liked the idea enough, but was poorly implemented, was the fact that the character has 3 types of disguises, one for each occasion. Note: 5/10 Graphics: I do not know if it was due to the size, but the game, which was to maintain the same graphic quality of AC 3, can not provide that. On the loading screen, the graphics are gorgeous, however when the game starts the quality of everything drops. One problem that irritated me a lot was the fact that the game was constantly stalled, regardless of what was happening on the screen, confirming that the game is not optimized for the PC. Note: 5/10 History: VERY LOW! The central idea is excellent, the fact that the main character is a black woman fighting for the freedom of the slaves is too much! But it's only 5 minutes from the first kinematics and 10 minutes from the last one to understand the game. The only point that saves the narrative is the plot twist that occurs at the end and [spoiler] that Aveline meets Connor in the story, working together on a mission. Note: 7/10 Music: Interesting soundtrack, varies in each scenario frequented using the characteristics of them. However, due to the few scenarios available, the soundtrack is becoming repetitive and nauseating. Note: 7/10 Final Note: 6/10 Summary: For that fan of the AC saga who wants to fully understand every detail of the game, it's worth it; but for those who only want a title to play, pass well.

Thermogenin, Jan 18, 2014

To put it simply, this game did not feel like assassins creed... First off, the game play felt rough and the graphics could have been made smoother. Second, The story was okay but lacked depth ( I won't say how because it might spoil it for some who are actually going to buy this... game). Third, and this is just my opinion... If you want a female protagonist to have that "epic" feel (which is really hard to generate) like Ezio or Connor or Altair you need to present the character animation as such... it is hard to get into the groove of the game with the protagonist looking like a stick figure weighing no more than 50kg...and portraying her as a hardcore assassin/killer with a touch of "model". It doesn't fit well with the game (at least for me), All that was needed was a bit more mass and height... Bad Game...