Comments from an Ubisoft staffer have suggested that the Assassin's Creed franchise might continue branching out to children, in the very least in the form of toys, but perhaps even games.
The Xbox One has sold a million units in the UK, MCV have reported.
After the release of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, it seems as though sales have picked up enough to tip the new generation console over the edge.
Blizzard Web Engineer Matt Schnee yesterday called for an employment blacklist of GamerGaters on Twitter.
EA and Respawn Entertainment have today announced Titanfall: Deluxe Edition, a complete edition of the arcade shooter.
Nintendo Day 2014 is appropriately named. For Nintendo of Canada fans, November 21st isn't just a chance to play some of the latest Nintendo games and the yet to be released Amiibo figures at multiple events across the country, but it is also the same day that Pokemon Omega Ruby, Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, and Super Smash Bros Wii U hits retail and the Nintendo eShop.
A Change.org petition to bring all three titles in the new Ninja Gaiden trilogy to Steam is gaining traction.
Nintendo has come a long way since the release of the Wii U, and they deserve all the credit in the world for beginning what seemed like an impossible turn around. Sure, it is not the ideal situation they would like to be in, but things are rolling on with each new release, and that's definitely a positive. I only have one issue with what Nintendo continues to do: launching games on different dates in different regions, and releasing games that will inventively get swamped by better, bigger ...
Assassin's Creed Unity is out - and it's broken. After the significant consumer confidence boost that was Black Flag, Ubi have once again dropped the ball, releasing a title with near countless issues. One YouTuber has taken it upon themselves to publish a compilation video of the biggest problems, and it runs at over six minutes.
There's a lot of talk, always, about maxing out consoles, about things that were impossible only a few years ago, and the conversation always ends up in the same way. Console wars, endlessly arguing over exclusives. With the current line up though, the pressure is on an innovative favourite to show how originality should be done.
Square Enix have today announced Just Cause 3, to be released in 2015 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.