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The Crew – Open World Racing

The Crew is a new game from Ubisoft, due to release on the 11th of November. The Crew features an open world based on the United States of America, from coast to coast. You can customize your vehicle to the terrain you will be driving.

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Valiant Hearts The Great War Gets a New Trailer

Announced back in September of last year, Valiant Hearts: The Great War follows the story of four soldiers whose interactions with a German soldier will help him find love. During each character’s story, a military canine travels with them. I’m not sure what role the dog will play, but his cuteness is already pulling at my heart strings.

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Star Wars: Battlefront is in good hands with EA

To this day, Star Wars: Battlefront 2 is still one of my favorite games based in that galaxy far, far away. Just the idea of jumping into the Midst of the battle of Hoth or swinging a light-saber at my enemies in the lava-laden depths of Mustafar was the sort of thrilling experience I knew, being the huge fan that I am, that I could seriously keep coming back to over and over again. So when Lucasarts in its original form was swallowed by Disney, taking Battlefront III (as well as a number of other promising Star Wars games), to the graveyard with it, I was ...

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Ubisoft Conference – Our Verdict

Ubisoft is traditionally the least interesting of the four day one conferences, although this year they seem to have turned things around, focusing less on extended musical interludes and more on actual game footage. It could have used about 120% more James Cameron, but other than that, what did our editors think of Ubi's showing?

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Assassins Creed Unity set to Disappoint?

Ubisoft launched Assassins Creed to much fanfare and hype, and it was generally received very well. It was different, innovative, and had an intriguing storyline. As the franchise progressed, the games began to roll out steadily; of all that stayed the same, only one good thing could be found throughout: the story.

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EA Showcases The Sims 4

Have you ever wanted to create a world where you can have free reign over your characters’ emotions? Control their hearts? Define their personalities? EA proposes that, in the next iteration of The Sims, you can. The Sims 4 allows you to completely craft your Sims through traits and aspirations, which determine how they interact in their world. Personality drives behavior, and through the varied emotional states that your Sims will go through, they will find themselves in situations that are completely dependent on their world and the ways that the player ...

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NHL 15 Continues to be one of EA’s Most Impressive Franchises

Hockey is a religion in Canada. Unlike in the United States, where football, baseball, and basketball compete for viewers, Canadians universally place hockey above everything else. So it is no surprise that EA Sports NHL franchise continues to be developed in beautiful British Columbia, and the group there continues to innovate.

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FIFA 15 – Get emotional

Fifa 15, the newest installment to the ‘everlasting’ franchise, seems to differentiate itself from the long stream of Fifa’s released over the past few decades. The game adds new features, such as the footballer’s ‘emotional intelligence’ and a more living stadium.

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Bioware Tease Mass Effect 4

Bioware gave the first details on Mass Effect 4 today, and while there was a lot of flowery words used about moving the franchise forward, very little space was given to actually discussing the potential of the game itself. With that said, we got a nice look at some of the artwork for the title, and it looks like it's heading in the right direction.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – E3 Shows First Single Player Gameplay

The Call of Duty franchise is back, but this time with a future twist. At Microsoft’s conference we got a glimpse of the single player gameplay and, as per quota, there were huge set pieces, explosions, and highly detailed faces. Yet with the future comes new gadgets and interfaces.

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