We've been in 2020 for 5 days and the world already seems to be on the brink of chaos. Thankfully, this year should be a pretty exciting one when it comes to video games, with the release of highly-anticipated titles like Cyberpunk 2077, Final Fantasy VII Remake, DOOM Eternal, Resident Evil 3, Ori and the Will of the Wisps or The Last of Us Part II to name but a few. That being said, apart from AO Tennis 2 and Journey to the Savage Planet, January will be very quiet month to begin the new year, which should allow us to catch up with the late 2019 games we still haven't covered yet. Until then, the whole team wishes you a very happy new year with everything you can hope for, including the arrival of a long awaited new generation of consoles!
only see players as wallets. I still have issues with some Ubisoft's decisions, like having 5 different editions of AC: Valhalla... However, they do listen to most feedback and support their games. (5 Days ago)
Ubisoft is not perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but they're genuinely interested in making their games better for everyone. That's worth supporting in a time where increasingly companies (5 Days ago)
DualShockers - Ubisoft Is Making Accessibility Part of the Company's DNA: [url] More detailed info here. Great article. (5 Days ago)
Blind Accessibility initiatives at Ubisoft with Brandon Cole | Ubisoft [NA]: [url] This is truly amazing, if anyone has 3 minutes to spare, I definitely recommend (5 Days ago)
@nostradamus: it's kinda nuts that at this point From doesn't even need DS IP. Sekiro is their fastest selling game and i have no doubts Elden Rign will do even better, with GRRM partially involved (1 Week ago)
@Seth: Dark Souls IV. CAN'T WAIT! (1 Week ago)
Dark Souls series has sold over 27 million copies. Dark Souls III is at 10 million now! Praise The Sun! - [url] (1 Week ago)