Posts Tagged ‘ubisoft’

E3 2017 | GotGame Third Party Predictions

by David Pooleon June 9, 2017
We’ve covered Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft, but this year, with so many third party press conferences and announcements, we had a few special predictions just for them. Some of these will be pretty safe bets, but others might be a nice surprise. Some of these may even make an appearance at other press conferences, but […]

Prepare to take on the Kobayashi Maru with your HTC Vive

by Charlie Grammeron May 30, 2017
Star Trek fans should prepare their Vives to take on the famed Kobayashi Maru, as Ubisoft and HTC were pleased to announce that, starting today, those who purchase a Vive will also receive a free copy of Star Trek: Bridge Crew. That’s not the end of the bundles, however, as HTC has also announced several other bundles. […]

Review | Watch Dogs 2

by David Pooleon November 30, 2016
Ubisoft has an interesting reputation when it comes to new IPs. They tend to release a AAA title that gets a lot of hype, and often times, the game doesn’t live up to the hype. Despite not meeting the expectations of tons of fans, the potential for these titles is unmistakable. Assassin’s Creed is a […]

GGTV – 10 Minutes of Watchdogs 2 Gameplay with Danny Belanger

by Steve Masterson October 24, 2016
Danny Belanger, Game Director at Ubisoft gives us all the skinny while we get a few minutes to play Watchdogs 2. Check it out!

Conquering Melee Combat for Glory in For Honor

by Josh Boykinon September 16, 2016
If there’s one benefit to Assassin’s Creed moving to a bi-yearly release cycle, it’s that it makes space to show off other games in the off-years. Ubisoft brought three titles to PAX West 2016 for press to get their hands on, including For Honor, the upcoming multiplayer title where players cross swords as Vikings, medieval knights, and Samurai […]

Superpowers and Poo Powers Collide in South Park: The Fractured But Whole

by Josh Boykinon September 16, 2016
South Park: The Stick of Truth was 2015’s surprise smash RPG hit. The gameplay felt a bit shallow, but the visuals and comedy felt ripped straight out of an episode of the show. Featuring loads of potty humor and vulgarity, Stick of Truth left fans begging for more. There’s a new South Park game on the way, […]

Steep’s Open-World Just Might Get Me Back on the Virtual Slopes

by Josh Boykinon September 15, 2016
Ubisoft revealed Steep at E3 this year, an open-world winter sports exploration kept hush for quite some time. The last time I truly dug in to a winter sports title was 1080 Snowboarding, the Nintendo 64’s downhill racing/trick festival featuring anthropomorphic pandas and giant snowboard-able ice patches. That was a long time ago. When Steep comes out, all that […]

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands receives new trailer

by Charlie Grammeron May 26, 2016
Ubisoft was excited to share a new video for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, titled We Are Ghosts. Check out this new trailer below: What are your thoughts on the trailer?

Assassin’s Creed movie trailer is live

by Charlie Grammeron May 12, 2016
Ubisoft was excited to announce that the Assassin’s Creed movie trailer has gone live recently. This new trailer, which you can view by clicking here, gives viewers a glimpse as for what to expect when the movie hits theaters on December 21, 2016. What do you think of the above trailer? Will the movie do the game […]

Ezio Auditore joins Soul Hunters on May 12

by Charlie Grammeron May 12, 2016
Lillith Games and Ubisoft were excited to announce a partnership in order to bring Ezio Auditore of Assassin’s Creed to the international hit action role-playing game, Soul Hunters. The companies feel that this partnership will both strengthen the brand presence and impact of Asia’s most popular mobile game in North America and expand the Assassin’s Creed brand recognition in Asian […]

Review | The Division

by Adam Larckon March 29, 2016
Ubisoft’s The Division is almost two separate games in one.   On one side, you have the story mode, where you and up to three friends can group up to take down groups and try to bring stability back to a New York City that’s been hit by a massive virus outbreak. Then, you also […]