Assassin's Creed Liberation - Graphics Comparison
Compare the Xbox 360 and Vita platforms in this side to side graphics comparison of Assassin's Creed Liberation.
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Huzzah! Now we can all play a pretty bland video game by all accounts on a console with superior graphic quality. That'll make the game relevant for sure!
They are showing how handheld port looks on consoles. They should of just did a comparison between Vita and ps3 to keep the crying fanboys at bay.
Looks like the frame rate has been improved quite a bit too. Looking forward to giving this a whirl on PC.
Obviously the HD version looks a lot better. On PC it's actually a pretty nice looking title. I was surprised, considering that it started out as a handheld game.
why would you even compare a handheld to a console? You would be better to compare the ps3 version with the 360 version.
There is no real difference to compare between the Vita and the consoles and PC they are going to be better then the Vita's hardware. On other note I do wonder what it would be like if they made a AC game where we get to see how it all started. With SPOLIERS ALERT how Adam and Eve broke free from their enslavement and became the first Assassins and how the whole war between the makers and humans goes about.... well we already know how it ends if you pay any attention to the story that is.
^Again, what is the point of comparing graphics of the game between a console and handheld when the console version will obviously look better?
hey look crysis 3 and tomb raider and assasins cr pc graphics best.pc update every day vga cards all xbox and p4 suck man
Y r u comparing a handheld only gaming console title with a port over to the PS3 and XBOX 360 IT LOOKS GOOD ON THIS PSVITA!
The comparison is for reference. Just to show the improvements as the game moved from handheld to console. You fanboys need to calm down.
I think people here are missing the point. They are simply showing the additions they made to the graphics in the HD version.
@thor ? Does anyone doing any math lesson here ? you got your homework answer from Mathew no worries , so on the point Why to compare a console with A portable device actually ? of course mate at vikash mate yeah no PC race ? why is Ps vita vs 360 there's no need comparison right ? Already it says Liberation HD. as per Amongh's point I accept it all . @Jacob try to be more sensitive there's not such thing why don't xbox 360Vs pick up fight with it's own size ? I'm not a fan boy of any of this this is an Invalid comparison that's where the problem is. James luckily this isn't a GTA comparison lol PC gamers can't be here lmao.
I'm liking this game so far, it's pretty cool. However, the character development on the other, hand, don't know why they didn't work on that one, but none the less, really cool.
It's showing the improvement since porting over from vita. Not in the same way as 360 and a One games that release at the same time.
@jcopp72Because it's a port from a handheld game?
@jcopp72 Uh, no. This is not to show how which console version is best so retarded fanboys can brag about a console being better, this is to show how they improved the visuals when the game was ported.
@jcopp72Um, to demonstrate how much the graphics have been improved for the HD upgrade? That should be pretty obvious.
Not that close. The HD version has much better lighting, shadows, anti-aliasing, texture resolution, and on and on.
The Vita puts out great visuals for a hand held game system, but let's not exaggerate.
Because people want to see how much better the HD version looks. I was honestly surprised how good Liberation looked on my PC.
What's pathetic is your fanboyism and defensiveness. This is a harmless comparison done to show how much work Ubisoft has put into improving the HD version.
How about we compare your brain with a potato? Nah, the potato would win.
What's you guy's problem. Ubisoft made an "HD version" of a hand held game and it's reasonable many people would want to know just exactly what has been improved.