For Honor creates an endless conflict between some of history’s most valiant warriors: knights, samurai and Vikings. The genius thing about the game is that the largest battles always come down to a series of deadly duels and small-combat actions.
Today, Ubisoft announced that the For Honor Season Pass will include six all-new Heroes available seven days before they are released to all players plus additional in-game gear and 30-day Champion Status, which will give players more experience points and loot. Additional post-launch content, including new maps, modes and gear, will be available for free to all players. The For Honor Season Pass can be purchased alongside the full game or through the Gold Edition. The contents of the For Honor Season Pass include: • Six all-new Heroes available seven days before released to all players • Six elite outfits … Continue reading Ubisoft Announces For Honor Season Pass →
For Honor, with its crazy samurai versus knights versus Vikings combat has got a lot of people talking. We dusted off our longswords, katanas and axes to jump into the recent beta and discover how this unique Ubisoft title was coming along.
Forget getting medieval on your butt, Far Cry Primal aims to get downright primitive. The game feels familiar enough to other Far Cry titles that anyone can pick it up quickly, but it’s also very unique in a way that we don’t often find these days. Put this one on your list!
Ubisoft managed to animate a woman and shows off the new Assassin’s Creed Syndicate trailer at Gamescom 2015. The twin protagonists, Evie and Jacob Fry, offer new gameplay and narrative potential, as the game heads to London.
The Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis DLC is a standalone adventure for the main game that introduces a new defensive type of gameplay and a terrifying new creature. What’s not to like?
Michael is back this week with another look at design in this week’s Video Game Tuesday. It’s time to fight with GTA 5 vs. Watch_Dogs, A Study in Design!
It’s nearly the end of the year and Michael is taking a look back at his favorite games of 2014 for this week’s Video Game Tuesday! Drop on inside to see what his Top 5 Games of 2014 were!
Far Cry 4 takes us high up into the Himalayan Mountains this time, delivering a beautiful, hyper-violent world to play in that’s populated by rebels, psychopaths and a menagerie of deadly creatures. Quite a vacation!
While we have a lot of great games to celebrate this holiday season, Hargosh reminds everyone that quite a few titles lately have been launched in less than complete stages, putting a bit of a wet blanket over the fun.