Michael’s back with another old game for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six!
Today, Ubisoft announced the iconic U.S.S. Enterprise bridge from Star Trek: The Original Series will be playable in Star Trek: Bridge Crew, the new virtual reality game where players explore space as a member of Starfleet. Under license by CBS Consumer Products, Star Trek: Bridge Crew will be available on PlayStationVR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. In addition to the announcement of the original series bridge aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, the new launch date on all platforms will be May 30. Developed by Red Storm Entertainment, a Ubisoft Studio, Star Trek fans will be able to live out their … Continue reading Original Enterprise Bridge Added To Star Trek VR Game
In this new expansion, players will face extreme conditions after their chopper is taken down by a snowstorm. As Division agents, they have information about a potential cure for the pandemic and they will need to be extracted from the Dark Zone.
Today, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Ubisoft announced that the Underground expansion for Tom Clancy’s The Division will be available first on Xbox One and Windows PC on June 28, and on August 2 for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system.
Today, Ubisoft announced several upcoming shifts in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Phantoms including matchmaking, new customization options and improvements in the game experience for new users. These changes will be available on April 10 when the game launches on Steam and PC. New, fair matchmaking system Simon Davis, lead designer for Ghost Recon Phantoms at Ubisoft Singapore explained that the team overhauled the previous matchmaking system to create a system that does not only take into account the players’ skills but also their equipment performance when creating teams. This long-awaited change is designed to prevent situations where players are matched … Continue reading Ghost Recon: Phantoms
America’s Army: True Soldiers may or may not be a recruitment tool for the US Army. But either way, you would think they could make a better game. This one is horrible.
I’ve always liked the suspense of sneaking through an installation, catching terrorist forces off-guard, sniping them without warning, rescuing hostages and disarming explosives. But still, even with all that Metal Gear has done, I’ve always wondered how it would be done in a first person perspective, borrowing elements from Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64, plus adding the ability to plan out my operation among fellow teammates before sending them out in combat. Thanks to Red Storm Entertainment, my thoughts have become reality as their release, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six, takes these elements and executes them in the right way. Rainbow … Continue reading Rainbow Six is red hot sniper action