This week’s Xbox Deals with Gold are now live and they’re a bit of a mixed bag. Put simply, there’s a spotlight on Call of Duty titles, so if there are any you are missing out on, or if you now want to consider Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered, this is the right time. Continue reading Xbox Deals with Gold for June 6th, 2017
Assassins Creed used to be an annual certainty much like Christmas but Ubisoft decided to give the series a break following some high profile cock ups and feed back from fans. It looks like the popular series is about to make a reappearance if the leaks and rumours are anything to go by and everything is pointing towards an E3 reveal.
Another bundle of backwards compatible Xbox 360 titles arrive today on the Xbox One. Borderlands 2, which is free for Gold members with March’s Games with Gold also joins the list, and here are the rest of today’s additions. Continue reading This week’s backwards compatible titles on Xbox One
Assassin’s Creed is a bigger mystery than the Apple of Eden itself. Here we have a movie with an equal amount of highs and lows. For every great concept brought to the table it is leveled with something poor. The creative team brought hope for this movie. Both the director, composer, and leads of last year’s Macbeth lead this film. I loved Macbeth aside that it’s nearly incomprehensible to those without a degree in Shakespearean literature. Still, the performances were incredible, the shots were astounding (some of the best I’ve ever seen), and it had competent direction. With these cogs in play, you might believe that we should have a strong film, well let’s talk about that.
The start of a new week brings with it a look at the UK retail chart for last week. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare continues into its third week at the top, but let’s sort through the rest of the top 20 to see what the big sellers are, and what’s falling off the radar of gamers. Continue reading UK Game Sales Chart, November 19th
We’re halfway through the year of 2016 and while it has certainly been an eventful one with a huge amount of game releases, the year isn’t over yet, and there’s still more to come. While most of the high profile releases have already arrived, there’s still a few more in the pipeline to look forward to. Let’s take a look at what’s left in 2016. Continue reading Game releases for the rest of 2016
When Ubisoft announced that Assassin’s Creed was to take a year off it was generally seen as a positive step after a spate of bug ridden releases in recent years. If however you was looking forward to getting back into the series next year then we may have some bad news for you.
A rumour circulation this week states that Ubisoft will be releasing an Assassin’s Creed game this November after all. Despite the company holding off from the next Assassin’s Creed adventure until 2017, a collection of Ezio’s adventures will be coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this holiday. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: Ezio Collection details emerge
Assassin’s Creed fans take note! The Korean ratings board has leaked some information you’re going to want to hear. Assassin’s Creed: Ezio Collection has been leaked and while we’re yet to hear anything in terms of an official announcement from publishers Ubisoft, a leak directly from the ratings board is a pretty sure bet for an up-coming announcement.
The Assassins Creed game series has been with us for what feels like decades, or generations if you want to look beyond release dates and instead at where the games take us. It was only a matter of time before it hit the big screen, and with a release at the end of the year, we finally got our first look at it in action. Continue reading Assassins Creed movie trailer and screenshots