Both of the Far Cry games are on sale today on Steam. Far Cry 1 is $2.50 (75% off) Far Cry 2: Fortunate’s Edition is $5 (75% off) Or you can get both games in the Far Cry Complete Pack for a whole penny less than it costs to buy both games individuallly ($7.49) Far… Continue reading
Ubisoft’s movie branch has revealed to all their antsy fans that they are in fact working on creating three movies based on their more popular franchises. Ubisoft is not completely new to making films based on their video games, as they have made a few short films to hype up the release of Assassin’s Creed… Continue reading
I loved the previous Hitman game, so I’ve been anxiously awaiting the next installment since Hitman: Blood Money came out in 2006. This is how games should be developed. Instead of the same 4 games coming out yearly, or every other year. I wish there were more unique intellectual properties for developers to work with…. Continue reading
June’s Game Informer cover boasts near-senior-citizen Ezio, back-to-back with his ancestor, Altair. A clever way to hint at Revelations gameplay that involves you having flash-backs, and being able to play as Altair, once again. More information on Revelations can be found in this post from a few days ago. Visit the Game Informer Official Website.
-) Revelations will feature Ezio having flashbacks to Altair’s memories (The protagonist of the first Assassin’s Creed) and Altair will be playable in these flashbacks. -) Ezio will be old enough to apply for AARP, as Ubisoft has revealed that Ezio will be over 50 years old. This may break the record for oldest playable… Continue reading
After weeks of dull “teaser” videos, Ubisoft finally announced Revelations, the fourth Assassin’s Creed title, and the last for Etzio. Revelations will take place in Constantinople and other locals throughout the Ottoman Empire. Not exactly the change of scenery/time period as I was hoping for, but I suppose it is a necessity to wrap up… Continue reading
These two very brief clips are the only clues Ubisoft has revealed as for the setting of Assassin’s Creed 3. The second video doesn’t even have sound. It’s very cryptic and LOST-esque…and the fact that I cannot read Arabic (im guessing that’s what the language that flashed up was) does not help me figure out… Continue reading