"Rainbow Six Siege has always been a game about making tactical decisions and dealing with their consequences, but with every new year of operators and changes, the options have been refined and increased to make for firefights that are as engaging as they are unpredictable," wrote Mat Paget. "Learning the various operators and how to breach or protect a room with them can be a slow crawl, but Siege makes it easy to understand what your mistakes are, thanks in part to seeing both sides of every match. It rewards patience, persistence, and teamwork, and over the past four years, Siege has not only become Ubisoft's crown jewel of multiplayer action but also one of the best first-person shooters ever made." … [Read more...] about New “Legendary Sale” Offers Steep Discounts On Rainbow Six Siege, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
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Image 6 of 7Kit HaringtonWhen Game of Thrones finally comes to a close (sob), the former Jon Snow will need a follow-up project. What better way for Kit Harington to keep his star power high than to step into another iconic part in an ongoing franchise? He’d definitely have to bulk up a little to play Wolverine, but remember, Jackman wasn’t always the jacked man he’s been over the past few years. Harington’s time training for the Night’s Watch would serve as a nice precursor of what he’d need to do to retain the ferocity of Logan. … [Read more...] about Who should play the new Wolverine as Hugh Jackman says goodbye to the character?
The latest Double Discounts sale isn't huge, but there are still notable deals worth taking advantage of. Several Assassin's Creed games are up for grabs, including Assassin's Creed III Remastered for $16 and Assassin's Creed Origins' Gold Edition, which gets you the season pass and Deluxe Pack with in-game items, for just $20. The Assassin's Creed Triple Pack is also discounted to $21.59 and combines Black Flag, Unity, and Syndicate in one package. … [Read more...] about New PS4 Games Sale Offers Double Discounts For PS Plus Members
As Leon reported at the time, how Vampyr treated its city – focusing on people, relationships, and consequences, instead of a large open world – also showed how these studios can be creative and inventive in a way larger studios can't or won't risk. According to Guilbert the benefits of scale "allow [Dontnod] to give some freedom to the team, because, within the constraint of budget, or the number of people which are in their team, they can do whatever they want." … [Read more...] about Life is Strange and Vampyr developer Dontnod is opening a new international studio in Canada
There are rumours that the next expansion will see these Pyramid ships destroy Titan, which is a moon of Saturn and one of the game's current patrol zones. I'd be totally fine with this as Titan has always had egregious framerate issues. That theory is largely based on the fact Titan was hit hard in the original Collapse—the apocalyptic event that happened hundreds of years before your character wakes up. (Complete fan-created timeline/rabbithole here.) Sleuths have also noticed that there's an emblem currently available on Titan which says it's only available for a limited time, but I suspect that's more likely to be a bug than a hint. … [Read more...] about Destiny 2’s Twitter has posted an ominous sound file that’s almost certainly about a new alien race