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Ubisoft at E3: All The New Games

Splinter Cell: Blacklist shown off for the second time, all about the terrorist threat taking down US military forces every week, the story follows Sam Fisher, who is trying to locate the leaders of ‘The Engineers’ to stop ‘The Blacklist’. The game has new stealth and action mechanics for quicker escapes and new routes and

Watch Dogs

Watch Dogs release date November 19

Last years E3 had some good titles but no real surprises, apart from the new title being developed by Ubisoft, called Watch Dogs. Not much was told at the conference, except the bare basics on the open world game. Ubisoft announced Watch Dogs will be PlayStation 4 launch title and will be coming to the

Assassin’s Creed Anthology Official, Coming Out Later This Month

Considering purchasing Assassin’s Creed 3 and the rest of the series? You might want to hold off on that as publisher Ubisoft has announced that you will be able to own every last Assassin’s Cree game along with their DLC addons for a mere £119.99. The Assassin’s Creed Anthology Edition will be launching in the United

Assassins Creed Utopia For iOS and Android Revealed

Ubisoft, publishers of the Assassins Creed series will be releasing a strategy simulation of the game for both iOS and Android. No, it’s not going to be like that junky version of Assassin’s Creed from Gameloft, supposedly it’s supposed to be like Kingdoms of Camelot. At least, that’s what the pictures make it look like

Ubisoft Uplay comes to Windows Phone

With the launch of the game, Assassin’s Creed II back in 2009, Ubisoft established the Uplay network. Uplay can be activated either in-game or via the Uplay website. Basically, Uplay enables players to connect with other gamers in Uplay enabled games. Also, the gamers can gain rewards based on their accomplishments, which is called “Actions” within a Uplay

Exent Launching Subscription Game Service On Android Called GameTanium

As Android continues to grow more and more development companies from Apple iOS developers to traditional computer game developers are gravitating towards Google’s mobile OS.  The latest in that group is New York City based Exent.  Exent is one of the largest distributors of broadband based on-demand games for the PC. Now Exent is hoping