Archive for posts tagged: Ubisoft Montreal

Child Of Light Review


Ubisoft continues to make a major push into the current generation with it’s first big indie release Child of Light – an RPG that combines the simplicity and charm of a child’s storybook with the elements of a puzzle platformer to create a beautiful stylized world. While Child of Light simplifies many elements of the genre and finishes just as fast as its starts, the interactive battle system and incredible artwork will keep you engaged from beginning to end. Read More »

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Preview – Taking It To The Seas


Let’s not beat around the bush, Assassin’s Creed III wasn’t all that good – for the most part anyway. It tried to reach further than it’s grasp would allow, resulting in a pretty forgettable, (save for a few interesting plot turns) buggy experience. That is, except for the naval combat, which managed to capture the thrill of captaining a ship during large scale ocean encounters, refining the combat with excellent controls. Read More »

Dusty Cartridge Debates: Grand Theft Auto vs Watch_Dogs


Grand Theft Auto has ruled over the open-world dominion for the better part of a decade, offering its people a land bubbling with wealth, freedom and soaring murder rates. But now this leader faces an impending threat. Dubbed the Kingslayer by some, or Watch_Dogs by others, he’s planning to lob off GTA’s widely reputed head, and then claim his place in the throne of games. Read More »

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review


If I’ve learnt anything from playing the Splinter Cell games, it’s that the world is constantly teetering on the brink of total collapse. The only thing that stands between us and living in a Fallout-esque nuclear wasteland is the huge chins of the American Special Forces. Words like courage, bravery and duty are bandied about heavily and eventually everyone who doesn’t have the right passport is shot. Read More »

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