We're not live today, but that's okay because HALO 4! Today we've got new trailers for Watch Dogs and Hitman: Absolution, a review of Assassin's Creed III: Liberation on PS Vita, and 343 Industries is BANNING SEXISM in Halo 4!
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This new trailer for Hitman: Absolution shows the living world of the game, which is filled with countless people living their own lives. What I find amazing is that they go beyond your standard NPC, with real characters and voices. If you're a bit of a voyeur you're going to find that you can spend forever watching others' lives in this game. (Dale North)
At the end of the day, Liberation is the first true portable entry into the Assassin's Creed franchise, and thus, is naturally going to be a little rough along the edges. So long as you can deal with some technical limitations, you should enjoy yourself while you wait for Abstergo to craft more simulations for you. (Chris Carter)
The Halo series has a reputation for hosting some, let's say, "spirited" language from its millions of players, as trash talk and associated slurs have become a big part of the experience. 343 Industries, however, isn't particularly fond of some of these slurs, especially ones aimed at women. From now on, dishing out the sexism will earn the aggressor a lifetime ban from Halo 4. (Jim Sterling)