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Set in the magical world of Lemuria, Child of Light takes us on the coming-of-age journey of Aurora, a young girl struggling to save a lost kingdom and her ailing father. The daughter of the Duke of Carniola is transported to Lemuria, a mysterious world that needs her help. Identified as the Child of Light and granted the power of flight, she takes on the minions of Lemuria’s Dark Queen in her quest to recover the sun, the moon and the stars to return home. Along the way she’ll discover that her destiny may be far greater than she ever dreamed.
Child of Light takes place in Austria, in the year 1895, and you are following a little princess named Aurora. The story begins with Aurora falling asleep and waking up in the fantasy world of Lemuria. This world is actually in crisis, because the Black Queen has stolen its sun, moon and stars! At first, Aurora is scared of the world and wondering how she’ll get back to her world. Hopefully, Igniculus — a flying spirit — meets her and suggest to help her achieve what she was meant to do in Lemuria.
This is the fourth and final episode in a four-part series offering an inside-look on the making of Assassin’s Creed III. In this episode, the developer focuses on the big historical events in the colonial cities of Boston and New York. The trailer also focuses on the dangerous life and the extreme weather conditions on the American frontier. Finally, we get a glimpse of the life in the open seas and the naval warfare during that period.
Assassin’s Creed III will be available on October 30th, 2012.
We bring you the third episode in a four-part series offering an inside-look on the making of Assassin’s Creed III. In this episode, the developer focuses on the hero behind the war.
Watch Connor Kenway, protagonist in Assassin Creed III, encounter historical figures such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, in a critical part of the American revolution.
Coming into this Prince of Persia game, I had only played the Prince of Persia for the PC back in the 90’s, so I had zero expectations regarding gameplay and story. In this iteration, the story was engrossing and compelling. I found myself wanting to play the game to see what would happen toward the end. The other key character ends up being a ‘partner’ that is more of a ‘helper’ than anything. The humor between the two characters is witty and humorous. The voice acting was well done for the main characters; the main character’s voice is Nolan North (Nathan Drake), and he made the dialogue fun to listen to.
I believe the story mode for this Prince of Persia may be a bit more sci-fi than what some are used to, but I enjoyed it. For those collecting trophies, I’d suggest not updating the game with the latest patch, and then updating it prior to beating the game to help with some of the trophies to limit the number of times you need to playthrough the game.