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Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey Review – A Journey Worth Making

A few years back Ubisoft made the wise decision to halt their yearly release of Assassin’s Creed titles in favour of taking the series back to the workshop for a revamp. Many, myself included, hoped this would be the company finally figuring out that annual releases burn out the audience and don’t provide time for the developers to take player feedback into account properly. The year off proved successful as Ubisoft launched Assassin’s Creed: Origins to a pretty good reception. But now it seems we’re back on an annual cycle once again as a year later we’ve got a new AssCreed game.

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For Honor Review – No Dedicated Servers, No Honor

Well, look at you, Ubisoft, giving us some original titles and acting like a grown up game development company trying to do original things. Sort of. ┬áIt wasn’t that long ago Ubisoft took an interesting chance with Rainbow Six: Seige, a highly tactical, slow-paced shooter that has managed […]

Interview With Jonathan Dubsky On His Role In Watch Dogs 2, Aspergers And Movies

The original Watch Dogs was received with very mixed opinions when it released. Many found its lead character to be stale, it’s open world formulaic and its gameplay pretty standard. It’s safe to say, then, that Watch Dogs 2 was a pleasant surprise, getting a considerably more positive […]

Tom Clancy’s The Division Review – The Division Between Beauty And Gameplay

Platforms: Xbox One, PS4 and PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Ubisoft Publisher: Ubisoft Singleplayer: Yes (online connection required) Multiplayer: Yes The Division arrived with a huge amount of hype generated by Ubisoft thanks to years of footage, and has frequently been portrayed by the media as the company’s […]

Rainbow Six: Siege Review – Is Someone Stealing All The Maps Lately?

Rising from the ashes of Rainbow Six: Patriots comes Rainbow Six: Siege, Ubisoft’s attempt at bringing the old series back to life for a new generation of consoles via the medium of competitive multiplayer. With a clearly troubled development there’s been some considerable doubt as to whether Siege was going to be any good. Well, I’ve some great news; it’s actually quite a bit fun. The bad news is there’s some big problems that have left it under siege. See what I did there? Sorry.

The Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate System Requirements Have Arrived

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will finally make its way to PC later this month on November the 19th, and after the disaster that was AC: Unity on PC everyone has been holding their breath. For now we have the officially confirmed system specs which don’t seem too unreasonable, hopefully […]

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate In-Depth Review – Yes, It’s Actually Quite Good This Time

Available On: Xbox One, PS4, PC (at a later date) Reviewed On: Xbox One Developer: Ubisoft Publisher: Ubisoft Singleplayer: yes Multipkayer: no Review code provided free of charge by the publisher. Fair Warning: the “in-depth” title is used for lengthy reviews. In this case the Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate […]

Might & Magic Heroes VII Review – Same Old, Same Old

Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Limbic Entertainment Publisher: Ubisoft Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: Yes The last time I touched a Heroes of Might and Magic game was the sublime Heroes of Might & Magic 3, widely regarded as the best game in the entire franchise. Imagine my surprise […]

Far Cry Primal Announced For February 2016, Takes The Series To The Stone Age

Ubisoft have announced the next entry in the Far Cry, which isn’t exactly surprising news, right? Except that Far Cry Primal takes place in the stone age. Alright, you’ve got my interest Ubisoft. Players will be taking on the role of Takkar, a seasoned hunter. In Primal your […]

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