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  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Server Migration Will Take Some Of Its Games Offline

    Ubisoft is moving its games from a "third-party data" center to a new in-house facility. On February 7th, as the transfer happens, most of its games will not be playable online -- and some won't be playable at all. Six Ubisoft games will not be playable in any form on February 7th. Here... More
  • Blog Post: Review Round-Up: Dead Island, Resistance 3, And More

    Fall is here! The time of year when the weather cools down, the nights get longer, and the video game releases become startlingly frequent. We're kicking off the big release season this week with a ton of reviews, so we figured we'd round them up in one convenient post for you. Check out excerpts... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Sets Driver: San Francisco's Uplay Passport Free

    Some of the copies of Driver: San Francisco include a disappointing surprise: The game's Uplay codes don't work. As it turns out, it's not you. Ubisoft has acknowledged a printing error that affected customers in North America, and they're offering the online pass at no cost worldwide... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Look At Driver's Multiplayer

    Even if you find Tanner's ability to jump into other cars while he's in a coma (huh?) a little too fantastic, at least the game's multiplayer modes will put you on familiar ground. The latest trailer for the title shows off a few of the game's 11 multiplayer modes, including Tag (read... More
  • Blog Post: Controversial Ubisoft DRM Returns

    Ubisoft has had a rough time with gamers in the company's attempts to stem piracy via DRM. Last year gamers got mad that the publisher required a constant Internet connection for the PC version of its games because it would sometimes boot people from titles and even lock them out when the service... More
  • Blog Post: Racing Into 2011

    2010 was a great year for racing games. Gran Turismo 5 finally got released (and was pretty *** good in its own right), and between titles like Split/Second and Blur, the genre saw a much-needed infusion of new ideas and experiences. What’s in store for 2011? We take a look at some of the games... More
  • Blog Post: Nearly 20 Laid Off From Ubisoft Reflections

    The Driver: San Francisco studio lost up to 19 jobs in a "reorganization" last Tuesday, according to an unnamed source speaking with UK publication Develop and later confirmed by Ubisoft. Since being purchased by Ubisoft in 2006, the developer has released a few smaller titles while its flagship... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Shares Dive 18 Percent After Latest Financial Report

    Not even the release of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is preventing a firesale following the French publisher's weaker than expected financial reports. After releasing its financial results yesterday, which included news of a first-half net loss of 89.8 million euros, pending studio restructuring... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Delays Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Driver: San Francisco Again

    Looks like Tom Clancy's elite future warfare unit won't be taking the safeties off their guns any time soon. Ubisoft announced the delay for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Driver: San Francisco in an earnings release today. This marks the second official delay for both titles, as the company... More
  • Blog Post: Driver: San Francisco Video Showcases "Shifting" Between Cars

    I don’t have much experience with the Driver series, but the new freeform direction the series is taking has caught my attention. In Driver: San Francisco protagonist Tanner is in a coma and believes he has the power to take control of any vehicle at any time. Everything from leapfrogging cop cars... More
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