Tag Archives: Ubisoft

For Honor review
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For Honor review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] A startling trend is quickly becoming apparent when it comes to Ubisoft. While the publisher is known for its sprawling, heavily iterative open worlds – bloated with collectibles, familiar content and cartoon caricatures of whatever period it is brazenly attempting to depict – its finest titles..

Steep review
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Steep review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] It should be the perfect time of year to have a winter extreme sports game to sink your teeth into, but Steep’s biggest selling point is also its biggest mistake: it’s yet another open world, this one offering snowboarding, skiing, wingsuiting and paragliding. Sports games usually..


Watch Dogs 2 review
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Watch Dogs 2 review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] Declaring Watch Dogs 2 as a success, simply by virtue of it being better than its predecessor, feels like an act of reductive reasoning. Of course this sequel is better, because how could it not be? It would have been a legitimately impressive act of stubbornness..

For Honor dev talk added to PC Gamer Weekender

The PC Gamer Weekender will host an array of talks and presentations from developers and others in and around gaming, and we’re delighted to announce one such chat will feature Ubisoft’s Philipp Sonnefeld, who has been making the PC version of For Honor.



TrackMania Turbo review
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TrackMania Turbo review

More racers should start with your car being dropped by a helicopter onto the track. It’s a simple, visceral thrill that really sets the light and silly yet competitively intense tone of TrackMania Turbo. And this is a game with plenty of thrilling moments to it, it’s just a shame..

Far Cry Primal review
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Far Cry Primal review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] Far Cry has never been a franchise afraid of evolution. It has often felt like the dark horse of the Ubisoft family: free of expectation, open to experimentation, unshackled from the demands of annualisation. But for all of its freedom – in scope and design –..