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Far Cry 4 E3 Accolades Trailer

Ubisoft released today a new trailer for their upcoming open world shooter, Far Cry 4. This new video shows why it has received over 25 E3 Awards. Here is the release statement :

Hidden in the towering Himalayas lies a country steeped in tradition and violence.  You are Ajay Ghale, returning to the country of your birth, the lush forests and harsh snowcapped mountains of Kyrat, to fulfill your mother’s dying wish of spreading her ashes.  This striking and unpredictable country offers visitors opportunity and peril.  You quickly find yourself caught up in a rebellion to overthrow the oppressive regime of Pagan Min, a man known as much for his sense of style and charisma as his cruelty and calculated brutality.  Navigating the treacherous landscape, you find your fate increasingly determined by the choices you make because in Kyrat, every second is a story.

Far Cry 4 will release this fall for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Read more …


The AC : Unity Controversy – United We Fall

It’s been a couple of weeks now since we got our first look at Assassin’s Creed Unity’s multiplayer feature at E3 and since then the internet has exploded with the controversial topic of why there are no playable female characters. Practically everyone important has covered this topic already and I have been sitting here taking note of all points being made from all parties.

When it comes to story structure we are following the life of Arno Dorian, a man born is Versailles in the late 1700s and he will have his adventure during the French Revolution. In this version of the game Ubisoft has shown that they have adopted a co-op feature, something I as a fan have been hoping for ever since they released Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and their unique twist on a versus mode. Looking at the art for the four characters, they all look as if they have different facial features which would make us believe they are different characters. Read more …


Rabbids Invasion : A New Interactive TV Show to Air on November 2014

Today Ubisoft announced that Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show, developed by Ubisoft Barcelona in collaboration with Ubisoft Paris and Ubisoft Casablanca, will be available in November 2014 on Kinect for the Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system and Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation Camera for PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system. Read more …


Rayman Legends Review – PlayStation 4


Publisher/Developer: Ubisoft / Ubisoft Montpellier
Genre: Action/Adventure 2D Platformer
Platform: PlayStation 4


 “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is an expression that applies perfectly to Ubisoft’s Rayman Legends. While the ‘cartoonish’ look and theme may project an image of a 2D platformer game aimed for a younger audience, there is plenty of fun for adults to have as well. Rayman Legends offers a healthy serving of vibrant backgrounds and sensational game play that will reward anyone young or old willing to pop this disc into their PS4 and give it a try.

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Child of Light is Out Now! Get it for 12.99$ Trailer + Screenshots Inside (PC / X360 / PS3 / PS4 /XB1)

Ubisoft today released their awaited RPG game Child of Light for all majors platforms. There is a special promotion at Green Man Gaming where you can buy the full version for 12.99$ (After 20% discount voucher - FUSWJT-B1DU64-JBV8UY upon checkout). 

They also released a launch trailer & screenshots, enjoy! Read more to view them.

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Trials Fusion Review – PlayStation 4

A technical masterpiece

Publisher/Developer: Red Lynx / Ubisoft
Genre: Trials/ Racing / Motocross
Platform: PC/PlayStation 4/Xbox One/Xbox 360

The game was released on April 16th on PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. The motocross game is famous for the extreme levels of difficulty, in previous games if you completed a level with no faults or complete a difficult level the sense of achievement was incredible. This helped make Trials as franchise stand out in the last generation but would this still be a valid point in the next generation. Read more …