Assassin’s Creed Unity seems to be a genuine effort by the developers to go back to the roots of the franchise by refining the core elements of the early games and making the game approachable for brand new adopters in terms of gameplay and narrative.
Microtransactions result in devaluation of core-gameplay, homogenized level designs, disjointed flow and uninspired game mechanics; creating a dull free-to-play game out of amazingly developed full priced AAA games.
With the rising success of Nintendo’s 3DS system, PS Vita faced a tough road throughout the whole 2013. While the system lacked high profile exclusives it was still home to pretty terrific games that kept Vita owners hooked throughout the year.
In a recent interview Sony Computer Entertainment’s worldwide studios President; Shuhei Yoshida revealed how the negative response to Xbox One’s DRM policies helped Sony make marketing decisions for their upcoming next-gen contender; PS4.