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Free stuff coming from Ubisoft to all Assassin’s Creed Unity owners to say sorry for bugs

Free stuff coming from Ubisoft to all Assassin’s Creed Unity owners to say sorry for bugs

By 15 hours ago

Ubisoft will be giving all Assassin's Creed Unity owners a free gift as an apology for the full release version of the game being riddled with bugs. When it was first launched, the game for Xbox One, PS4 and PC suffered from a number of glitches and problems,... >>

Far Cry 4 review: A shooter like no other
5 out of 5

Far Cry 4 review: A shooter like no other

By 14 November 2014

All Ajay Ghale wanted was to scatter his mother's ashes in Kyrat. The only reason he returned home to the country of his birth was to fulfil her dying wish to be lost on the wind in Kyrat's wild and untamed landscape. He didn't plan on becoming embroiled... >>

Assassin's Creed Unity review: Brothers in arms
4 out of 5

Assassin's Creed Unity review: Brothers in arms

By 11 November 2014

As long as it's been in existence, the Assassin's Creed franchise has banked a ton of its appeal on authenticity. All the games in this series - even on the last generation of consoles - boast some of the most meticulously crafted and beautiful in-game... >>

Far Cry 4 preview: Three hours in Kryat with just heavy weaponry and a buddy for support

Far Cry 4 preview: Three hours in Kryat with just heavy weaponry and a buddy for support

By 14 October 2014

We’ve been very eagerly awaiting Far Cry 4 ever since we first got to play a brief section of the game during E3 2014 in June. But while that was enough to give us a small, tantalising taste of the setting and feel of the game, it wasn’t anywhere... >>

Assassin's Creed 5 Unity preview: Familiar format draws upon multi-player to evolve series

Assassin's Creed 5 Unity preview: Familiar format draws upon multi-player to evolve series

By 6 October 2014

With Ubisoft being a French company it's almost surprising it's taken many iterations of one of its best-known series, Assassin's Creed, to pull influence from its home country. Albeit, in Assassin's Creed 5: Unity, that's 18th Century Paris deep in the... >>

You won't believe that this latest Assassin's Creed game is for iPhone and iPad

You won't believe that this latest Assassin's Creed game is for iPhone and iPad

By 1 October 2014

Two new console Assassin's Creed games are due soon, Unity for PS4 and Xbox One and Rogue for PS3 and Xbox 360. However, there's a third title in the franchise that plays with the same open world swagger as the other two that hasn't been mentioned quite... >>

Just Dance Now lets you boogie on down in the street

Just Dance Now lets you boogie on down in the street

By 18 September 2014

Following the app's unveiling at E3 in June, Just Dance Now will release as a game for mobile devices later this month. Developer Ubisoft has described the game as an "all-new Just Dance mobile experience". It is considered the most accessible version... >>

The Crew gameplay preview: Driving game meets massive multiplayer online

The Crew gameplay preview: Driving game meets massive multiplayer online

By 13 June 2014

The Crew is quite unlike any other driving game experience we've ever played. With an open-world premise, the entirety of the USA is mapped out and available at your fingertips, which presents a huge landscape through which to craft your own game. Shown... >>

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Seige gameplay preview: Fortify, attack and destroy in intimate multiplayer

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Seige gameplay preview: Fortify, attack and destroy in intimate multiplayer

By 13 June 2014

It's been over five years since we played a Rainbow Six console title, with the latest title Seige being Ubisoft's "just one more game" moment of the 2014 E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles. The resulting tactical shooter, which we played behind closed doors... >>

Tom Clancy's The Division preview: 'Our game is an RPG' says Massive Entertainment

Tom Clancy's The Division preview: 'Our game is an RPG' says Massive Entertainment

By 12 June 2014

When we see the Tom Clancy name it tends to make us think of first person shooters (and novels, of course). Which is exactly why The Division, and its third person style, defied our expectations - and then exceeded them.  "Our game is an RPG, and using... >>