Far Cry 3 blew me away and made me re-imagine how psychological open world games can be done and now Far Cry 4 appears to be breaking entirely new ground in this unique genre.
I love the Assassin's Creed franchise, but I have some gripes. I mean, I don't mind tailing a guy (it's irritating, but understandable at times), but I hate getting completely de-synchronized when spotted. According to new details, the game is using new gen abilities to also enhance the AI.
We’ve got a certain amount of love for collector’s editions here at Lazygamer. And by love, I mean undying hatred for people who can afford them and to hell with the fact that they are by and large superfluous hunks of unnecessary plastic. There’s not one, but two new Assassin’s Creed games out this year, and you can bet that Ubisoft is going to double down animal-style on the special editions. Get your wallets out, and prepare to set sail.
Details on Assassin’s Creed Unity may be flowing like wine at an office party, but the secrets behind the old-gen game Assassin’s Creed: Rogue are still locked up tighter than the taxman’s grip on your salary. Here’s a bunch of new screens, however, to get you to question everything and permit nothing.