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.
While Assassins Creed: Unity is a solid game in the series overall, the amount of graphical and game-killing bugs make for a pretty bad, though sometimes unintentionally hilarious, experience overall.
This week for Video Game Tuesday, Michael Blaker takes a look at Watch_Dogs, and wonders what the heck went so wrong? And what will hopefully be improved in the sequel.
With Ubisoft wowing the crowds at E3 Expo this year, we take a moment to review their current mega-hit and star of E3’s past, Watch Dogs. Can the game live up to the incredible amount of hype that preceded it?