The Division 2 could be the breakthrough that Live Services need.
The strongest entry in the Assassins Creed series yet. A return to form.
Out of all of Ubisofts current franchises, Rainbow Six Siege’s current run of three years and counting has to be it’s most impressive. It’s a consistent effort and one that … Continue reading Rainbow Six Siege – 3 Years Strong
Jumping back into The Division after almost a year of updates and DLC’s is an entirely different experience than when I was playing at launch. The game has more than … Continue reading The Division 2 – An Opportunity to be Better
Well, so much for thinking Ubisoft would take it’s time with it’s flagship franchise. https://giphy.com/gifs/assassinscreed-odyssey-assassins-creed-3mJEhZQMnXyyWc3NbJ Assassins Creed was starting to become stagnant with it’s yearly releases similar in the fashion … Continue reading Assassins Creed Odyssey – Cautiously Optimistic
Sam Fisher is nearing his return. It’s been a while…5 years to be exact, since a Splinter Cell game was released. Ubisoft has been busy working on other projects and … Continue reading Anticipating the Return of Splinter Cell
Crossovers like Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle shouldn’t work. Not because Mario and Rabbids couldn’t coexist. But because the game is a strategy RPG in the vein of X-COM. Sufficed … Continue reading Crossovers that Work: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
Rainbow Six Siege has done an excellent job in keeping the game fresh by introducing new maps and operators each season. The post-launch content has been excellent and Ubisoft’s consistency … Continue reading (Review) Rainbow Six Siege’s Outbreak Mode needs to be a full game. Seriously.
Rarely do MMO modes capture my attention like the Division’s Dark Zone. It’s a simple premise; you and your group are up against other agents and the various enemies that litter the DZ. … Continue reading The Brilliance of The Division’s Dark Zone