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Starlink Battle For Atlas review: Toys to space
4.0 stars Starlink Battle For Atlas review: Toys to space By Andy Robertson

A surprising and welcome return to toys-for-life. Starlink doesn't try to rip you off, while its space theme is a lot of fun. Read more

Assassin's Creed Odyssey review: Sparta-cular
5.0 stars Assassin's Creed Odyssey review: Sparta-cular By Rik Henderson

The biggest game in the AC franchise and the most in-depth yet. Find out why we love it so much. Read more

Starlink Battle for Atlas: Playing toys to life with a real-life astronaut
Starlink Battle for Atlas: Playing toys to life with a real-life astronaut By Andy Robertson

Starlink: Battle for Atlas is a rip-roaring space adventure game for all ages. We play it with a real-life astronaut to see what it's all about Read more

Ubisoft E3 2018 conference: All the games, announcements and how to watch it again
Ubisoft E3 2018 conference: All the games, announcements and how to watch it again By Mike Lowe

Ubisoft always throws a bumper show at E3, with 2018 being no exception. While there weren't any major surprises - we already know about the new Assassin's Read more

Ubisoft globally rolls out Sam, an AI-powered gaming assistant
Ubisoft globally rolls out Sam, an AI-powered gaming assistant By Maggie Tillman

Artificial intelligence is all the rage, and as a result, several companies have begun leveraging the technology to develop their own assistants.A few Read more

The Crew 2 review: Turning the USA into an automotive toybox
4.0 stars The Crew 2 review: Turning the USA into an automotive toybox By Steve Boxer

Fancy an open-world online driving game with cars, planes, boats, both on- and off-road? The Crew 2 is fun and is way better than the original game. Read more

Far Cry: How a franchise matured to greatness
Far Cry: How a franchise matured to greatness By Steve Boxer

Gamers can have mixed feelings about franchises – once they become an annual event, they often lose much of their appeal, as the effects of rushed development Read more

Far Cry 5 review: Politically charged and powerful return for the first-person shooter
4.0 stars Far Cry 5 review: Politically charged and powerful return for the first-person shooter By Steve Boxer

Give it time and Far Cry 5 ends up being a thoroughly addictive and fine game indeed. It's technically superb, while its gameplay is up there with the Read more

Far Cry 5 live action movie available to watch for free on Amazon Prime Video
Far Cry 5 live action movie available to watch for free on Amazon Prime Video By Rik Henderson

As it did with The Division previously, Ubisoft has made a short film as a prequel to one of its forthcoming games. This time Far Cry 5 gets the spotlight Read more

Assassin's Creed Origins review: A stunning comeback for the much-loved franchise
4.5 stars Assassin's Creed Origins review: A stunning comeback for the much-loved franchise By Steve Boxer

If you thought you had been falling out of love with the Assassin's Creed games, Origins will restore your faith. It's sublime. Read more

South Park The Fractured But Whole review: Turn-based RPG sensation, or a bit of a stinker?
4.0 stars South Park The Fractured But Whole review: Turn-based RPG sensation, or a bit of a stinker? By Mike Lowe

Some will baulk at The Fractured But Whole's content and call it a stinker. But for us, as both South Park and RPG fans, it's a great game that Read more

Far Cry 5: Release date, trailer, screens and everything you need to know
Far Cry 5: Release date, trailer, screens and everything you need to know By Rik Henderson

Far Cry 5 is coming early next year and is set to be the series' most accomplished outing yet - no mean feat considering the excellence of Far Cry 4.It Read more

Far Cry 5 revealed, heading to Montana for some good ol' hillbilly mayhem
Far Cry 5 revealed, heading to Montana for some good ol' hillbilly mayhem By Rik Henderson

Ubisoft will fully reveal Far Cry 5 on Friday 26 May, but in the meantime has released several vignettes showing that the new chapter will be set in the Read more

Do games predict the future? Ghost Recon: Wildlands could be scarily close
Do games predict the future? Ghost Recon: Wildlands could be scarily close By Steve Boxer

Videogames don't predict the future, they imagine it. Well, most of the time.Because games developers have access to incredible world-building tools, any Read more

Ghost Recon Wildlands review: A hugely ambitious open-world epic
4.0 stars Ghost Recon Wildlands review: A hugely ambitious open-world epic By Steve Boxer

A giant, gorgeous open world, and cleverly implemented co-op play combine to make Wildlands the source of tons of fun. But it isn’t Ghost Recon as Read more

Ghost Recon: Wildlands explored: How Ubisoft is pushing the envelope of online multiplayer
Ghost Recon: Wildlands explored: How Ubisoft is pushing the envelope of online multiplayer By Steve Boxer

Ubisoft's Ghost Recon: Wildlands is not just one of 2017's most-anticipated games. It's also one of the most complex games ever made.This is thanks primarily Read more

Steep preview: A must for extreme sports fans everywhere?
Steep preview: A must for extreme sports fans everywhere? By Steve Boxer

Ubisoft's extreme winter sports game, Steep, finally comes up for air on 2 December, on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and it has been widely reported that review Read more

Watch Dogs 2 contains sexually explicit full frontal nudity, Ubisoft promises patch
Watch Dogs 2 contains sexually explicit full frontal nudity, Ubisoft promises patch By Rik Henderson

Watch Dogs 2 has received great review scores, including our own, and from our own experience gets better and better as you play more. However, it has courted Read more

Watch Dogs 2 review: Can you teach an old Dog new tricks?
4.0 stars Watch Dogs 2 review: Can you teach an old Dog new tricks? By Mike Lowe

If you loved the original Watch Dogs then the sequel dons psychedelic shades and ups its game. But in a post-GTA V landscape that’s not going to be Read more

Star Trek: Bridge Crew delayed until 2017, this is what you’re missing
Star Trek: Bridge Crew delayed until 2017, this is what you’re missing By Rik Henderson

Ever since we first caught a glimpse of Star Trek: Bridge Crew at E3 in June, we've been extremely excited by the communal VR game. And recently we got Read more

Ghost Recon Wildlands co-op preview: Four-player Far Cry
Ghost Recon Wildlands co-op preview: Four-player Far Cry By Mike Lowe

When we first fixed eyes on Ghost Recon: Wildlands at the end of Ubisoft's E3 gaming expo pre-show conference in 2015, we were gagging for more. Come the Read more

What’s new in Hungry Shark World? 6 new features revealed
What’s new in Hungry Shark World? 6 new features revealed By Mike Lowe

If you're an avid Hungry Shark Evolution player then Hungry Shark World will more than likely already have hooked your interest.If you've caught a glimpse Read more

Hungry Shark World preview: App big fish makes a splash, you'll be hooked
Hungry Shark World preview: App big fish makes a splash, you'll be hooked By Mike Lowe

Hungry Shark World is one of those app-based games that probably commands just as much respect as a major console title. The follow-up to 2013's Hungry Read more

Tom Clancy's The Division review: The MMO RPG shooter that just keeps giving
4.5 stars Tom Clancy's The Division review: The MMO RPG shooter that just keeps giving By Rik Henderson

Ubisoft has struck gold with a multiplayer online shooter that has more depth than any of its rivals and rewards persistence and friendships. Read more

Far Cry Primal review: Kings of the Stone Age
4.5 stars Far Cry Primal review: Kings of the Stone Age By Mike Lowe

Developer Ubisoft Montreal has performed wonders in terms of providing a new and fresh gameplay experience which is still recognisably and Read more

Rainbow Six Siege review: Thoroughly infectious strategy shooter
4.0 stars Rainbow Six Siege review: Thoroughly infectious strategy shooter By Steve Boxer

Rainbow Six Siege is a most effective semi-reinvention of the series that generates incredibly addictive, rigorous squad-based action. Read more

Assassin's Creed Syndicate review: London Calling
5.0 stars Assassin's Creed Syndicate review: London Calling By Steve Boxer

Its core gameplay is better honed than ever, while the peripheral elements that were stuck onto the Assassin's Creed franchise over the years have Read more

Ubisoft's next Far Cry title goes primal with Stone Age setting, coming 2016
Ubisoft's next Far Cry title goes primal with Stone Age setting, coming 2016 By Elyse Betters

Ubisoft Montreal is making a new Far Cry game.It is a Stone Age-era open world game called Far Cry Primal. Set in 10,000 BC, the upcoming action-adventure Read more

Assassin's Creed Syndicate preview: In-depth play promises glorious return to form
Assassin's Creed Syndicate preview: In-depth play promises glorious return to form By Rik Henderson

Please, sir, I want some more.Not only is that a quote from a Charles Dickens' novel, an author that appears in the latest Assassin's Creed, but it sums Read more

Ubisoft at E3 2015, the highlights: South Park, Ghost Recon, Assassin’s Creed and more
Ubisoft at E3 2015, the highlights: South Park, Ghost Recon, Assassin’s Creed and more By Mike Lowe

In truth we attended Ubisoft's E3 press conference expecting little to surface. We've seen Assassin's Creed: Syndicate before, this is the third year that Read more

For Honor: Watch the first trailer for the medieval battler from Ubisoft
For Honor: Watch the first trailer for the medieval battler from Ubisoft By Elyse Betters

Ubisoft is now having a turn at E3 2015 and kicking things off with a new IP in a new genre. The company also premiered the game's first trailer during Read more

6 great reasons why Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will be the best yet
6 great reasons why Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will be the best yet By Rik Henderson

Ubisoft has officially announced the latest in its long-running Assassin's Creed games franchise, which will be available for Xbox One and PS4 from 23 Read more

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 Rik Henderson

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 Read more

Far Cry 4 review: A shooter like no other
5.0 stars Far Cry 4 review: A shooter like no other By Nick Cowen

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 Read more

Assassin's Creed Unity review: Brothers in arms
4.0 stars Assassin's Creed Unity review: Brothers in arms By Nick Cowen

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 Read more

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 Rik Henderson

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 Read more

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 Mike Lowe

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 Read more

Just Dance Now lets you boogie on down in the street
Just Dance Now lets you boogie on down in the street By Elyse Betters

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 Read more

Assassin's Creed Unity co-op preview: Hands-on with two-player thievery
Assassin's Creed Unity co-op preview: Hands-on with two-player thievery By Rik Henderson

We absolutely loved the first outing for Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise on next-gen consoles.Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag was a superb continuation Read more

The Crew gameplay preview: Driving game meets massive multiplayer online
The Crew gameplay preview: Driving game meets massive multiplayer online By Mike Lowe

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 Read more

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 Mike Lowe

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 Read more

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 Mike Lowe

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 Read more

Far Cry 4 gameplay preview: Elephants, guns and microlites equals awesomeness
Far Cry 4 gameplay preview: Elephants, guns and microlites equals awesomeness By Mike Lowe

The Far Cry 4 demo at this year's E3 expo in Los Angeles presents us with a trio of options: "Stealth / Ride / Fly" reads the fortress conquest screen. Read more

Watch Dogs review
4.5 stars Watch Dogs review By Mike Lowe

Few games have as much weight on their shoulders as Watch Dogs. When the open-world, hacking-themed title was delayed back in November 2013 it left a lingering Read more

Watch Dogs preview: Four hours of play in the defining open-world game of 2014
Watch Dogs preview: Four hours of play in the defining open-world game of 2014 By Mike Lowe

When Watch Dogs was delayed back in November 2013 it single-handedly postponed next-gen gaming for many. Faces drooped, hearts sank, and there was a lingering Read more

Trials Frontier hits iPhone and iPad for free, genuine Trials gameplay on mobile
Trials Frontier hits iPhone and iPad for free, genuine Trials gameplay on mobile By Rik Henderson

Ubisoft and RedLynx have released the first official Trials game for iOS. Available as a free download, Trial Frontier features the same, hugely addictive Read more

Child of Light preview: Storybook RPG plays with dream-like charm
Child of Light preview: Storybook RPG plays with dream-like charm By Mike Lowe

When most games these days are based around shooting things while head-nodding to a rock-out soundtrack, or racing fast cars while drumming techno into Read more

Assassin's Creed 5 official, Ubisoft teases video of next-gen 'Unity' game
Assassin's Creed 5 official, Ubisoft teases video of next-gen 'Unity' game By Mike Lowe

Assassin's Creed 5 is official and will be the first title in the series truly made for the next-gen consoles. Exciting stuff. Entitled Assassin's Creed: Read more

Rayman Legends review
4.0 stars Rayman Legends review By Steve Hill

Rayman may have no arms, but he is sticking two fingers up to modern gaming. You'll end up with sore thumbs of your own along the way given how tough Read more

Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag review
4.0 stars Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag review By Mike Lowe

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is a deep, enjoyable game that does a fine job of combining the tenets of the series with the golden age of piracy. Read more