Posts Tagged ‘the division’
Well, for this Gamer Geek the announcement from our friends at Xbox came in a tidal wave of emotion. tears, cheers, sweaty palms and a burst of Excitement…. and that was just me. New game titles, the promise of ‘cross play’ over both Xbox One and Windows 10, and the ability to play anywhere at […]
Ubisoft started the week with a range of new looks at upcoming games, from Ghost Recon Wildlands, Watchdogs 2 and For Honor, to Just Dance 17 and Steep. An overall positive and upbeat show, the section on the Assassin's Creed movie fell a little flat in a show about games, but well tried!
EGX, formerly known as Eurogamer, is the largest gaming expo in the UK, and this year’s event was the biggest yet. Ubisoft were out in force with Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, Rainbow Six: Siege, Tom Clancy’s The Division, and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. However, EA’s stand showcasing Star Wars: Battlefront had to be the largest, with […]
Well, what can I say? Ubisoft know how to put on a good show. Following up from EA’s rather mediocre showing, Ubisoft’s conference was the first to have me truly excited this year. Aisha Taylor was on presenting duty again and was a delight to watch, making some particularly funny remarks and quips whilst showing […]
Microsoft have just wrapped up their E3 Press Conference for this year and I have to say, I’m fairly impressed. Continuing their recent trend, Microsoft’s presentation demonstrated that they are continuing to listen to the Xbox community. Gone were the long speeches about the potential of the Xbox One, the tirade of media apps and […]
Read through the comments on any downloadable game and you’ll see one phrase come up over and over, bugs. With almost universal internet access, developers can easily update games to correct mistakes, oversights or outright screw ups in their software through a downloadable update or patch. This has opened up huge potential for developers to […]
Ubisoft have just finished their annual E3 presentation with a promise to keep on supporting both hardcore and casual gamers as well as some really interesting next-gen titles. Ubisoft are arguably the most open of the major 3rd party publishers when it comes to supporting brand new console formats with new IP and it […]