Far Cry 4 creative director Alex Hutchinson was on hand in an E3 interview to discuss some aspects of Far Cry 4. He had a lot to say about female representation in the game, but as someone would put it, he didn’t quite stick the landing.
The team decide to give the franchise a break in 2016.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity is still being patched together with bits of old string and sellotape, but that hasn’t stopped word of the next one leaking. … Read moreAssassin’s Creed will visit jolly old Victorian London in 2015
In a sudden aggressive move, Microsoft has revealed Xbox One consoles and bundles will be sold at $ 349 for this holiday. This discount will … Read moreXbox One Consoles And Bundles Offers Deep Discounts At $ 349 This Holiday
It’s time for an Assassin’s Creed bundle, but not the kind where you get all of the games for 10p. Ubisoft has announced that it’ll … Read moreAssassin’s Creed American Saga bundles Black Flag plus two
Ubisoft have announced that its Quebec studio will start development on a future Assassin’s Creed title (not Unity). The Quebec studio is no stranger to … Read moreUbisoft Quebec to spearhead a new Assassin’s Creed game
Assassin’s Creed: Unity looks amazing, right? Did you see how many NPC’s were on screen at any given time? Wasn’t the free-running fantastic? Now this … Read moreUbisoft assures fans they haven’t forgotten about Xbox 360/PS3 users
There has been a lot of buzz at E3 so far regarding Ubisoft’s next installment in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassin’s Creed: Unity. Trailers and … Read moreAssassin’s Creed: Unity will focus on stealth
Watch Dogs was recently released and whilst it has received great reviews for its sandbox gameplay and cool hacking mechanics, some gamers have been less … Read moreGame On: What makes a great video game protagonist?
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Ever since the launch of Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft have said that they always wanted to avoid settings that gamers are familiar with. In fact, they … Read moreCheck out this guy’s idea for an Assassin’s Creed game set in WW2
Being a history buff, I love the Assassin’s Creed franchise, not just because of its great free running mechanics and beautiful graphics, but also because … Read moreAssassin’s Creed Unity: 4 events we need to see happen
Everyone’s looking forward to Assassin’s Creed: unity, the next installment in the franchise. The internet is awash with gamers trying to find details of the upcoming game and it seems they may have found something. A YouTuber named watchdogs xwk uploaded a video that showed a supposed screenshot from the new game. The video was then taken down by a copyright claim from Ubisoft, which has only added fuel to the fire.
Although the video was taken down, a Reddit user managed to get a screenshot and upload it online. He posted it on the Assassin’s Creed Facebook page Access the Animus where, oddly enough, a site admin user pointed out that the figure in the screenshot appeared to have Altair’s short-sword strapped over his back.
Last week inFAMOUS: Second Son was released exclusively on the PS4 and so far it has had great reviews. Ever since its debut on the PS3 back in 2009, the franchise has become a household name amongst gamers, as has its developer Sucker Punch.
Whilst speaking to OPM, Second Son director Nate Fox said he felt no shame in Sucker Punch being mainly known for inFAMOUS saying: “That’s a good curse to be saddled with. inFamous is a really broad concept – an everyday person gets powers and decides if they want to use them for good or evil. That could be anybody of any age, any gender, any time, any country. It’s as wide open as superhero fiction.”