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Ubisoft Releases Video of “Watchdogs” Multiplayer GamePlay, And it Looks Hella Fun

We are about a month away from what looks to be the next great open world blockbuster, Ubisoft’s “Watchdogs.” So, as a treat today they released a nine minute video showing you what the multiplayer gameplay is going to look

Say Goodbye to THQ

So THQ is no more. Sad part is anyone that was paying attention saw this coming awhile ago, but don’t get that upset because seven of their studios and licensed game have found new homes. Sega will purchase Relic Entertainment

Top 5 Games of 2012

This year kind of felt like a “meh” year for video games, but these games were the definite stand outs.

Spartacus Legends Free-to-Play on XBLA and PSN

In early 2013, Ubisoft and Kung Fu Factory will see the release of their newest title, “Spartacus Legends,” on the Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) and Playstation Network (PSN). Best of all: it’s FREE!

Ghost Recon Future Soldier Review

I have never really been a fan of the “Ghost Recon” games.  “Future Soldier” is the first in the series to grab my attention.  Now let’s see how that turned out…

Ubisoft’s “Watchdogs”

Well this just made it to the top of my must have list.

I Am Alive Screenshots

You play as Adam, a man trying to survive in the desolated city of Haventon, to reunite with his wife, Julie and daughter, Mary.  The game takes place one year after the Event, a worldwide catastrophe that wiped out most

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (Non-Bias Review)

Game: Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Publisher: Ubisoft The Prince of Persia series has been one of my all time favorite story lines since the first release back in 1989, and continues to keep my gaming

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

Here comes another epic installment in The Prince of Persia saga.

Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

After a little trouble coming out of the gate, I finally made it to the finish line of @ubisoft 's all most masterpiece Splinter Cell Conviction, and here's what I think of it.