14 Comments
Posted by Anwar

spoilers?

Posted by Nictel

@Anwar said:

spoilers?

It does? Then I skip this -> still need to play brotherhood ánd revelations. Yeah I'm behind.

Posted by Anwar

@Nictel: I have played AC2 Brotherhood and haven't played Rev, Ryan talked about a recap of the the last games in 3(during a podcast iirc), so I haven't watched it when it was live and I advice to not watch this, because they play the game from the start.

Posted by Yohosie

Yes, if you haven't played Assassin's Creed 3 and have been kept pure do not watch this quick look.

Posted by JOURN3Y

I don't plan on watching this one yet because of spoilers but can anyone tell me if this version of the game runs well?

Posted by Korwin

Boy the framerate here looks pretty awful.

Posted by lilman1101

@JOURN3Y: It's very, well, OK, i guess. However, the thing is, they didnt not get a chance to show any footage of when you really get to explore the world, but judging from the beginning of the game where there's a bit of slow down, i wouldn't say it'd run great.

Posted by Hsizzay

I hate this Vita Black Ops commercials. Why the eff is the dude bouncing his Vita in and out?

Posted by zeshakag

While the second screen use may be disappointing, lighting and shadowing are visible better than in the 360 version along with the overall fidelity of model close ups. Everything looks a tad nicer.

Posted by MisterCrow

Want to avoid spoilers (have not played yet), so what's the consensus on this? I skipped around near the end trying to get a 'final word' but didn't really hear much. I get the impression it's probably at least as good, maybe some framerate hiccups, Game Pad is poorly implemented. Is that about right?

Posted by MeatSim

That guy assassinated a perfectly good chair.

Posted by HerbieBug

goddamn that single strap backpack!

Posted by chrisone

Still clipping on Desmond :/

Posted by kn00tcn

ryan, the blacks arent black because.... they arent!

However, there is some unwelcome news - specifically that the HDMI output is locked to limited-range RGB only, with footage from all games we've captured thus far revealing absolutely no information in the 0-16 or 235-255 areas. Many digital displays - PC monitors in particular - don't operate correctly with limited-range RGB, giving washed out colours principally defined by blacks being more grey-like in nature.