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Introducing Assassin's Creed III Liberation, the stunning new chapter in the Assassin's Creed saga, designed exclusively for PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system. The year is 1765. As the events leading up to the American Revolution heat up in the north, Spanish forces plan to take control of Louisiana in the south - but they have yet to reckon with Aveline, a deadly Assassin who will use every weapon and ability in her arsenal to win freedom for her land and her people. Whether silently eliminating her enemies with slow-motion chain kills or luring them into deadly traps, Aveline strikes mortal fear into the hearts of those who stand in her way. As an Assassin, Aveline soon finds herself on an unforgettable journey that will take her from the crowded streets of New Orleans to voodoo-haunted swamps and ancient Mayan ruins. She will play a pivotal role in the turbulent birth of a new nation as she fights for freedom, not only for herself, but for her fellow citizens.

Assassin's Creed III: Liberation Review

So many of you will be buried for hours on end in Assassin's Creed III on consoles that you might not even notice the side chapter Ubisoft delivered for the PlayStation Vita this week.  Assassin's Creed III: Liberation tells an interesting story in itself, not only taking place in the same American Revolution-inspired storyline that Connor is dwelling through on consoles, but also introducing a female lead for the first time in the series – a deadly beauty by the name of Aveline. Though I won't spoil too much of her story here, she's got her own agenda to fill, trying to lead the lifestyle of a well-dressed lady by day, then by night, fighting against slave traders and red coats in either her traditional assassin outfit or an alternate slave costume,... Read Review

Assassin's Creed III: Liberation Cheats


Trophy PS Vita
Bayou Fever (Silver) Complete every Bayou Fever mission
Business Woman (Silver) Complete every Business Rivals mission
Buy All Dressing Chambers (Bronze) Buy every Dressing Chamber
Charming (Bronze) Charm 50 NPC's
Climber (Bronze) Climb 8848 meters
Complete 100% of all Mission Constraints (Silver) Achieve 100% Synchronization in all Sequences
Complete Aveline's Story (Silver) Complete the game (fake ending)
Completionist (Silver) Reach the maximum player level in the multiplayer
Deadly Haystack (Bronze) Kill 50 enemies from haystacks using the Blowpipe
Diarist (Bronze) Collect every diary page
Disguised (Bronze) Change your persona 50 times
Egg Hunter (Bronze) Collect every alligator egg
Fighter (Bronze) Participate in 100 fights in multiplayer
Hanger (Bronze) Hang an enemy on the gibbet at the Place d'Armes
Hangman (Bronze) Perform 10 predator moves using the Whip
Human Shields (Silver) Block 10 firing lines with a human shield
Liberation (Silver) Complete every Free Slaves mission
Machete (Silver) Kill 5 guards in 15 seconds using only the Sugarcane Machete (without using the Chain Kill)
Mushroom Queen (Bronze) Collect all the mushrooms collectibles
My 1st Dressing Chamber (Bronze) Buy your 1st Dressing Chamber
Notorious (Bronze) Move through New Orleans for 10 minutes in the Assassin Persona
Persona Collector (Silver) Collect every persona-specific collectible
Pirates (Silver) Complete every Pirates mission
Platinum Trophy (Platinum) Collect all other 44 Trophies for this Trophy
Poison (Silver) Use berserk poison to force an enemy to kill 5 enemies
Power master (Bronze) Complete 30 economic missions in multiplayer
Predator (Bronze) Kill an enemy from a tree, with the blowpipe, while using eagle vision
RHP Master (Bronze) Synchronize all viewpoints
Sequence 1 (Silver) Complete Sequence 1
Sequence 2 (Silver) Complete Sequence 2
Sequence 3 (Silver) Complete Sequence 3
Sequence 4 (Silver) Complete Sequence 4
Sequence 5 (Silver) Complete Sequence 5
Sequence 6 (Silver) Complete Sequence 6
Sequence 7 (Silver) Complete Sequence 7
Sequence 8 (Silver) Complete Sequence 8
Shipmaster (Bronze) Buy the maximum number of ships (8)
Statuette Collector (Bronze) Collect every Mayan statuette
Survivor (Bronze) Survive 5 alligator encounters
Swamp Queen (Bronze) Tree Run for 10 branches without touching the ground
The Truth (Gold) Kill all Citizen E and experience the true ending
Thief (Silver) Pickpocket 5000 écu
Tree ninja (Bronze) Complete 15 Air Assassinations from trees
Umbrella (Bronze) Kill 25 enemies with the Parasol Gun
What is she doing? (Silver) Kill 7 guards on rooftops in the Lady Persona

This glitch allows for more goods to arrive with a ship than there were when loading the ship. It requires the player to have the ability to go to the Bayou at will. (1) Load a ship completely with a good, (2) Send the ship off to another port, (3) Exit the trading screen, (4) Leave the city and travel to the Bayou, (5) Return to the City once arriving in the Bayou, (6) Return to the trading screen, (7) All ships that were sent are in port regardless of how much time has passed, (8) Select a ship to trade, (9) Select Sell Goods, (10) Three sets of the same goods should be available for sale, and each set has the ship's maximum load meaning the ship is currently carrying 3x its maximum load and 200% more than what it left port with. You can do this with any number of ships.