@Agramonte Here comes the hater again with a completely stupid and nonsensical argument. @Agramonte Conclusion: "the end or close; final part:"The conclusion is part of the article. The audio issues are still there as well. To check out more reviews by the Miketendo64 Review Team, feel free to click here. « Square Enix launches “Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake” video series. We get to see things from the Templar point of view, and there are some interesting developments. -I flipped it whilst still in the wrapper to buy a better second-hand game. We need to take out a second mortgage because the Switch keeps adding games I NEEEEEEEEEED!”. I would highly recommend looking elsewhere. That wasn’t even remotely true for the Wii U version. The premise is that the memories are to be used to create action-adventure video games but there is a much darker reason why Abstergo Entertainment wants you to pry and research these memories.

@JaxonH well that's disappointing but expected. This game holds 28-30fps most of the time, with a few places in the open world where you see some 5fps drops. Oops, I already bought it.

There may well be a patch on the way for Assassin’s Creed III on Switch that will fix the framerate issues and add many of the graphical enhancements we were expecting to see with this version of the game, but we can't review a game based on what it might become, and as things stand this is a very disappointing effort, even when taking into account the fact the Switch was never going to reproduce the same visual enhancements seen in other versions of the remaster.

Comical really. Assassin's Creed III is among the best open world games available on the system to-date, and is exactly the type of game Ubisoft should be bringing to the Switch alongside their Nintendo collaborations such as Starlink and Mario + Rabbids. Ubisoft should have outsourced this port to Panic Button. Sounds like the review itself is the only decent assination here. I know we’re just strangers talkin here (lol), but keep in mind this to for what it’s worth. Unity is a much worse game. XBOX 360. The port is fine, the audio quality is fine, (and better in places than the audio in comparable ports that Nintendo Life praises) the frame rate is passable, and it features an extra title to play lumped in with the main game, which includes all DLC and additional language packs ready to download — all of this on a portable console you can take with you.

2 but featuring Shay Cormac, an assassin who turns Templar (the sworn enemies of the entire series), which provides a nice change of pace to see things from the other side. Bought the game anyways despite the bad review and it’s completely fine.

If you want to get the most bang for your buck, you’ll be exploring the dozens of island locations filled with enemies, hidden treasures, and more. I bought this game based on this review.

Really tempted by this. @JaxonH Wiiu version is 20 to 26 FPS in almost every scenario, the Switch version is slightly better in free roaming. But I wasn't really looking forward to this. Can we have a more in-depth, separate review of that compared to AC3: Remastered? Parkour can be sticky and fiddly, scraps can break down into farce very easily and controls can generally feel quite unwieldy at times. I almost agree with your second middle school level attempt at insulting me, but again, wrong — I'm not even much of an Assassin's Creed fan , more of a Zelda guy like yourself. The excuse of Switch being underpowered doesn't apply here, much better looking games run much better. I enjoyed it overall, but there's a reason I traded it in. All of these problems are made worse when the game is played in docked mode. must be sad to be a nintendo fanboy. Awesome to see it's a great port, it's a definite yes then! We just need more trustworthy opinions from people that aren’t extremist. @Dm9982 Super R Type was the first SNES game i bought and it blew me away.

etc. XBOX ONE X.Phew.... Nintendo Switch is the only console I own. Having played it on Wii U, I already knew what I was getting into when picking the game up again. As well as the main storyline that at times, is essential to follow in order to access more of the world for you to explore, There are a large number of side activities to indulge in. The Assassin’s Creed Franchise has been going strong since 2007 with the first game’s protagonist Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad and his fight against the Knights Templar during the Third Crusade.

Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection is a brilliant fit for the Nintendo Switch. Hold on a moment This one not only has superb audio, multiple frame rate tests available right now on YouTube can prove the game holds 30 the vast majority of the time, only briefly dipping to 29 on rare occasion. Before talking about the quality of Assassin’s Creed III Remastered, it’s important that we discuss how the Switch port performs. I played it on the 360 back in 2012, and I remember getting through it felt like a chore. I just want it for AC: Liberation.

But of course, the only way to play that one on switch right now is through an obscure streaming service. This is the only Assassin's Creed game I've ever really progressed in at all (I've gotten Black Flag and Unity on PC for free during Ubisoft's anniversary/Notre Dame promos). Black Flag is Black Flag. Review: Zoids Wild: Blast Unleashed – Switch, Halo Infinite Co-Developer Bringing Another Epic Sci-Fi Adventure, Stela, to Switch This March, Save Koch is a Strategic Mafia Thriller Coming to Nintendo Switch This March 6th, Review: The King’s Bird – Nintendo Switch, More than enough content to keep you busy for dozens of hours. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is completely on a 16gb cart though, and Rogue is just downloaded as part of the update with DLC. @Cosats Well I might pick it up in say six months when it's dirt cheap.... Worth a punt then I guess but not before for me. At the end of the day though, come to your own conclusions. Yeah, it’s a big game.

I don’t think the controls are bad at all. Platform: Nintendo Switch Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Medium: Digital/Cartridge Players: 1 Online: No ESRB: M GameCube. I’m trying to give a reasonable voice in the middle. Get over it or sell your switch because the quality you want is in achievable on the current handheld system. One thing that I will say I hate about modern gaming.... the lack of standards. Just do it right the first time and offer minor tweaks after. Gameboy.

This is also the first game I’ve bought brand new in what feels like 2 years. RELATED: HAUNTED: Halloween ‘86 (The Curse Of Possum Hollow) Switch Review: 8-Bit Nostalgia. Theres a few niggles with audio but thats minor compared to what your getting . "What control problems?" I’m no expert in the series but I have played all of them to some extent, and can hopefully provide at least some insight into the franchise. @LunarFlame17 Bought it with no regrets. It is worth paying the full price they ask? Review Disclaimer: This review was carried out using a copy of the game bought at the expense of the reviewer. I own both the PS4 version and Switch one, and didn’t finish it till Switch. The go-to source for comic book and superhero movie fans. Does the Amazon Japan version if there is one full Cart?

Sound does crackle but isn’t game breaking. That has happened to me once in the remaster and I have yet to be able to replicate the experience but it was certainly a disturbing one. Oh well, saves me money I guess.