I've done a lot of crazy things at Comic-Con over the years, but I can honestly say I've never been on a pirate ship at Comic-Con. Ubisoft is will be bringing AC IV's Jackdaw to life for two days at…
Far Cry 3 has been selling and reviewing quite well since its release last December, and for good reason, it’s a ton of fun, but how does the cooperative multiplayer hold up?
Quite possibly the biggest triumph of AC3’s ship combat is how surprisingly well it all fits into the story. You would think that a half Native American assassin would have no place on the deck of a pirate ship, but it all makes sense and feels incredibly organic.
The gang is back from Comic Con and we give you the rundown on all the adventures. Also we talk about your dream con panels. Somehow, we also spend half the episode talking about Vorcha thongs. So, um, yeah.
The internet is abuzz today with information regarding the new AC:III location and protagonist. In case you’ve been at work or something (actually working), Assassin’s Creed III will take place during the American Revolution, and will star an all new Native American anti-hero.
When it comes to platforming, Rayman is no slouch. You don’t need limbs to run, jump, and climb, just a good set of floating hands and feet. We jump in with the Rayman Origins demo, currently available on your favorite gaming networks.
While there sure are a TON of terrible games for the Android and IOS, we’re just now getting some incredibly fun and unique software that fully utilizes touch screen technology. At this years’s PAX I made sure to check out as many mobile games as possible, and wound up incredibly impressed with a little game by the name of SQUIDS.
Ubisoft screwed up! Just this afternoon a mysterious message appeared on their facebook page…..
This is what Kinect owners have been waiting for… The ability to be super! Ubisoft is great at coding for Kinect, so I have high hopes for PowerUP Heroes. And let’s face it, does Ubi ever really put out “crap?”.
Say what you will about games like Farmville, Cityville and Heroinville, but they’ve become increasingly popular in recent years, and have even eclipsed massive AAA titles in terms of raw number of active players.
Assassin’s creed producer Jade Raymond recently gave an excellent speech at DICE that G4TV was cool enough to share. If you’re curious at all about game development, marketing, or Canadian girls that look like the Baroness. Check out this video.
Here is a great look at the setup of Ubisoft Toronto as well as their staff party. For those eager to see what programming AAA titles in Canada would feel like, have a look.