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Review: The Division 2

Throughout my adventure with The Division 2, one thing remained obvious: Massive Entertainment knows how to launch a successful shooter at this point. They've had nearly 20 years of practice, all of which came to a head with the i...

 
 
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Very Quick Tips: The Division 2

If The Division 2 is anything like the original game post-update 1.4, it'll have plenty to sift through for weeks on end once the campaign is said and done. I just hit level 30 myself and I'm cracking away at the endgame before the rai...

 
 
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Google will be joined by id Software and Ubisoft at GDC 2019

Google is certainly setting itself up for something big in the gaming industry. Not only did it recently hire a major name in the form of ex-Ubisoft and EA bigwig Jade Raymond, but it also revealed designs for an awful-looking game controll...

 
 
 
 
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Review in Progress: The Division 2

The Division came out a little too half-baked for my taste. It seems like a lot of people felt that way actually, and while Ubisoft could have let it rot, much like several other recent franchises under their wing, they slowly chipped ...

 
 
 
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The Division 2's day-one patch size is out of control on PS4

Much like the the virus the Division agents are trying to wrangle, The Division 2's day-one patch has gotten out of hand and is wreaking havoc. It's not a threat to civilization at-large though, just data caps. Ahead of The Division 2's Mar...

 
 
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The Division 2 gets set to roll out with new launch trailer

Although we're still a good week away from launch, that hasn't stopped Ubisoft from dropping its launch trailer for their upcoming team-shooter sequel Tom Clancy's The Division 2, which will explode onto PC and consoles March 15.In this par...

 
 
 
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Assassin's Creed Odyssey wraps up its first DLC today

Ubisoft is smack-dab in the middle of testing out its new approach to Assassin's Creed add-ons. Rather than focusing on a couple major releases, Ubisoft has shifted to an episodic model -- two big stories, each made up of three episod...

 
 
 
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Review: Trials Rising

After nearly a decade of high-flying bike antics, I haven't grown tired of Trials. I doubt I ever will. The series' nuanced platforming has proven to be eternally satisfying, and RedLynx hasn't let up on the creative, unconventional course ...

 
 
 
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New Division 2 trailer takes a look at endgame activities

One of the complaints levied at tactical shooter Tom Clancy's The Division was that there wasn't a whole lot to do once players had liberated Manhattan from mob rule. Ubisoft are hoping to address then in upcoming sequel The Division 2, rel...

 
 
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Skull and Bones resurfaces in announcement of a TV adaptation

We've heard next to nothing about Skull and Bones, Ubisoft's naval-based pirate simulator, since last year's E3. The title was set to take the elements from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and expand it to remove all the Assassin/Templar no...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Far Cry New Dawn

There's no getting around it: Far Cry 5 had a feel-bad ending. I respected Ubisoft's decision to shake things up with a head-turning closer, but in the moment, after dismantling a doomsday cult from the bottom up (and putting an irreversibl...

 
 
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Very Quick Tips: Far Cry: New Dawn

Far Cry: New Dawn is out, and as usual there's some crafty mechanics to manage. Crafty, get it? Because Far Cry by and large focuses on crafting. Hold your applause until the end.

 
 
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Far Cry sells better than Assassin's Creed, apparently

Assassin's Creed has long been thought of as Ubisoft's flagship franchise. It may be time to overhaul that line of thinking. Ubisoft has released its third quarter 2018-2019 financials and there's a surprising statistic about the 2018 ...

 
 
 




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