One thing I love is South Park, so when news of a new RPG-based South Park game was coming out I did the 'what what in my butt' dance for a good 30 minutes. Ok, maybe five. So how is the game? I had a chance to sit through Ubisoft's presentation and walked away pretty impressed.
Ubisoft had quite a unique setup for their upcoming game, The Crew, here at E3 2013. You could wait in line to play the PC version, wait in line to play the Xbox One version, or wait in the hour-long line for the eight minute full simulator version. Since I hadn't touched an Xbox One controller yet, I figured I'd give it a shot.
E3 2013 is upon us, so let’s grab a giant platter of sushi news and bite down on the best pieces of the EA and Ubisoft press conferences that hit the web on June 10, 2013.
Ubisoft's Far Cry 3 was one of the best games of 2012, so when a pseudo-sequel was announced as a downloadable title, there was reason for excitement. Though the game has little to do with Far Cry 3 proper, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is just as enjoyable as its disc-based counterpart. With a tongue planted firmly in its cheek, Blood Dragon exudes machismo, action, and a sweet soundtrack that '80s fans will enjoy, and gamers will love.
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag will set sail later this year, but we can at least twiddle our thumbs and turn our brains off in the meantime. Oh, you don't want to do that? Alright, then let's read up on what Darby McDevitt, Black Flag's lead scriptwriter, has to say about the game's story.
Watch Dogs will be coming to us this November, which, as you may have noticed, is a relatively long time from now. Thankfully, PlayStation has launched an ongoing video series called "Conversations with Creators," which will focus on PlayStation 4 development, and takes a look at Watch Dogs in the first episode.