The next generation of gaming has arrived by sea. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag stormed shores earlier this fall and invites gamers to delve deep into the uncharted world of piracy. In Ubisoft's most ambitious installment of the series yet, Black Flag improves upon a proven formula and delivers the first totally immersive next-gen experience.
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Any ShootMania Storm review you might read suggests a longing for a little bit of nostalgia when it comes to first-person shooters. Nadeo’s ShootMania Storm is the sort of title that can slip right past you. That’s not to say that it looks terrible or unappealing, but there’s a certain air of simplicity about the game. . . . → Read More: Shootmania Storm – The Lastest FPS From The Creator Of "Trackmania"
Well, well, Ubisoft has finally announced the latest update in the very popular, long-standing saga of Might & Magic series. M & M fanboys (& fangrrrls!) are all a-Twitter… literally. Even Notch from Mojang has gotten excited! Here's the just released announcement trailer on Youtube:
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Assassins Creed III: Liberation is one of the most eagerly-awaited PlayStation Vita games of 2012. It was released on October 30th alongside the console version of the game, which itself was released on Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC. Previous games in the series have become some of the most popular games of . . . → Read More: Assassins Creed III: Liberation For Playstation Vita
I personally have always liked the early Assassins Creed games. My enthusiasm began to wane somewhat with the release of Brotherhood and then Revelations, yet I still held a candle for the franchise and eagerly awaited the release of Assassins Creed 3 by Ubisoft. Assassins Creed fans will know Ezio is no more and that's . . . → Read More: Assassins Creed 3 Review