There’s a certain sneering satisfaction to defeating everything the game throws at you on a particular track.
We sometimes like to think that studios listen to our pain.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins makes Assassin’s Creed feel like a completely new series for the first time in 10 years.
Few were probably taken aback when, today, Ubisoft announced the next installment of the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassin’s Creed Origins.
Today, Ubisoft announced that Fallen Ghosts, the game’s second expansion, is now available for season pass owners across all platforms.
The new version also completely unburdens itself of any load times, which is welcome, but the effect isn’t mind-blowing.
Compared to other mediums like film and television, video games are relatively young, and the industry is still trying to figure itself out.
It should be expected that a dancing game like last year’s Just Dance would spawn a sequel.
For those who aren’t that familiar with the flight-sim genre, the game’s arcade-like feel will be fun and accessible.
On its surface, R.U.S.E. doesn’t look to be any different from the usual RTS.
iT makes sense that the new Prince of Persia game would be just as happy to ignore the chestfest of a movie as I am.
It brings impressive production values that reinforce higher storytelling over spy-op gameplay catered solely to the hardcore.