We are now two weeks away from release. That's right, Child of Light is coming to all consoles and PC at the end of this month, and they are building up that hype to get us excited. This latest trailer shows off the different environments.
I think The Division has a fantastic premise, and the game play sounds like it will be fun, too. Of course, as in any shooting game, the guns are important. In fact, an entire team has been brought on board just to help make the weapons as authentic as possible.
Okay, I'm officially desperate for Child of Light now. It started as a pretty looking game that said the magical words "based on classic JRPG" - now, it is coming together with impressive music and even stage design from Cirque du Soleil. If it's as amazing as it seems, I'm going to camp outside Ubisoft's offices to beg them to make more like this.
As you guys know, I am not all that pleased when games tout their DLC before the original product is even released. Can we at least pretend that this was additional content that publishers decided to tack on after the game's success? New details on the season pass have released into the wild, check them out.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Racing game fans are spoilt for choice these days. One such game that I’ve had an eye on, is Ubisoft’s The Crew. It looks like a great mix of tight gameplay and solid visuals. Pity that they always-online requirements might be a deal-breaker.
Watch Dogs is almost upon us. While I will probably be opting to play it on console, I know plenty of you "Master Race" gamers will be downloading it through Steam. Unfortunately, Steam won't be the only thing you need to get your hands on the hacking adventure.
[Update]This is apparently running on PS4 devkit.
The Watch_Dogs graphics controversy rages ever on – but as I’ve said before I don't care too much for that. what I want most out of any open world game is for its world to be a believable one. A new, unofficial showcase of the PC version of the game shows that its digital Chicago certainly does seem alive.
What, socks again? The festive season is usually predictable, with bad gifts, vaalie invasions at the coast and the same franchises releasing new games every year. But for Assassin’s Creed, they’d have to be “very stupid” to not release a new game every year.
Assassin’s Creed Unity is coming later this year, and like many new-gen franchises, will be shrugging off the shackles of last-gen’s graphical constraints. That doesn’t mean that Ubisoft won’t still be releasing games for the old consoles though.
One of the worst things about playing Ubisoft’s otherwise excellent PC games is that they’re saddled with that blasted uPlay nonsense. It’s especially egregious when the digital versions of those games are purchased through Steam – causing both bits of DRM to hog up memory. South Park: The Stick of Truth abandoned uPlay on the PC, and rumour suggests Watch Dogs may do the same, by using Steam.
We already know that there’s a new Assassin’s Creed game on the way. In obvious news, the sky is blue, our cops are fat and our politicians are useless at service delivery but brilliant at embezzlement. But there might be more than one game this year bearing the Assassin’s Creed logo.
If there’s one thing that I love in games, it’s an Easter egg pointing to a sequel that is carefully hidden away. Uncharted 3 had it, Batman: Arkham Asylum had one and apparently, so did an older Assassin’s Creed game.
Thanks to our friends at Ubisoft, we’re giving away a super rad collection of South Park goodies along with the excellent South Park: Stick of Truth.
As we approach this year’s E3, rumours of new games to be announced there abound. Once such game that we’re likely to see shown off in Los Angeles this June is Ubisoft’s Far Cry 4. Previously, we’d heard it was going to be set in the Himalayas – and that appears to be the case, according to Eurogamer’s sources.