Assassin's Creed III Liberation

Game review by Chris Morris, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 18+

Bloody American Revolution-themed RPG with female assassin.

Parents say

age 11+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 8 reviews

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Community Reviews

age 9+

No swearing

If you're not a fan of violents this game doesn't have that much
age 13+

Pretty disappointing.

This game is actually pretty disappointing for an Assassins Creed game. Unlike AC 2 and 3, this game does not give the player an introduction to the main character, Aveline. It basically just shows that she got lost as a child and then the story gets started. The story is just flat out disappointing and short, and does not make me care as much for Aveline as i did for Connor or Ezio on the console games. The graphics are really impressive for an open worl on a portable system, though, and is the only thing keeping me from giving it a two star rating. There are a few sexual references and the violence, while not as intense as its big brother(AC 3), is constant and does create frequent blood spurts. It actually did not deserve an M rating as the content is closer to a T rated game. Overall, this game is just a mediocre title.

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Too much violence

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