ubisoft

  • CrunchDeals: Prince of Persia for $19.97

    Bless your heart, Jeff Bezos. Your little Seattle-based company has made loving all things gadgety somewhat affordable. If you haven’t played Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia on your Xbox 360 then this is your chance to pick it up for 50 percent off. It’s priced at $19.97 and that’s a damn good deal if you ask me. Read More

  • LIVE: Ubisoft E3 2009 press conference

    We’re live at Ubisoft’s conference at E3 in Los Angeles… We expect to see a lot of AssCreed 2, Red Steel 2, Tom Clancy and possibly DLC for Far Cry 2 from Ubi tonight. Stay tuned. Read More

  • Ubisoft officially announces Assassin's Creed 2, dated for holiday 2009

    Well, the teaser site launched a week ago and we’ve known about the sequel for a long time, but today, Ubisoft “officially” announced Assassin’s Creed 2. And it’s coming to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC for the holiday 2009 season. Hit the jump for the complete breakdown from this month’s Game Informer and the second teaser trailer. Big thanks to Mark D. Read More

  • Assassin's Creed 2 teaser goes live, head scratching ensues

    It’s unclear what will happen in Ubisoft’s sequel to AssCreed, but there’s a teaser trailer that launched today and I’m perplexed by it. What does da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man have to do with all this? Is it Subject Sixteen? We’ll find out soon. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Steam's "Week of Ubisoft"

    Heads up bargain hunters, Steam is running a special, “Ubisoftweek” which is featuring one game a day, 50% off, for the week. Today’s deal is Assassin’s Creed for $9.99 (I’ll admit, I bought it). No word on what the other games will be, other then they will be Ubisoft titles. Personally I don’t see that as a bad thing. Steam Read More

  • Now you can play that new Prince of Persia on your Mac (plus unrelated censorship anecdote)

    Is it still called “PC gaming” when it’s done on a Mac? I’d ask Ubisoft, which just announced that Prince of Persia and that Shaun White snowboarding game will be available on the Mac in March, but it seems my Internet connection is being censored by The Man right now. Censorship makes the Internet Jesus cry. Read More

  • Ubisoft details 2009 fiscal year game line-up

    I won’t bore you with financial details because we’ve been doing enough of that in the last couple days so I’ll get straight to the point. Ubisoft will be launching seven franchise titles this year (or there fiscal year which runs from April of ’09 to March ’10), three new brands and four movie license-based games across all platforms. Unfortunately, I Am… Read More

  • Contest: Win a copy of Target Limited Edition Shaun White Snowboarding for the Xbox 360

    Sorry about the delay on this contest, folks, but it’s been busy around the CG office with John gallivanting around Europe spreading his seed all over Marie Antoinette’s watch and all. So, without further ado let’s start this contest. If you haven’t watched our video interview with Shaun White then you’re basically out of the running. Just kidding, but you have… Read More

  • What should we ask Shaun White tomorrow?

    That’s right, readers, we’re interviewing Shaun White tomorrow to talk about his upcoming video game from Ubisoft: Shaun White Snowboarding (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii). We want to know what you want to know, so drop your questions into comments and we’ll be sure to try and get them answered tomorrow. Oh, and we’re having a contest to run in conjunction with… Read More

  • Ubisoft's Tom Clancy EndWar out today

    It’s been eight years since Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy franchise has launched a new title and today the World War III RTS EndWar is available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The neat thing about this game is that you can play by just barking out orders into your headset. It’s kind of the ultimate lazy gamer’s game. Hit the jump to watch the FragDolls in case… Read More

  • To appeal to hard-of-hearing, Ubisoft will add subtitles to its games

    Well then, kudos to Ubisoft. The French publisher will now add subtitles to all of its internally developed in order to make them more accessible to the hearing impaired. Games like Far Cry 2 and Prince of Persia will be the first to benefit from Ubisoft’s newfound magnanimity. And that’s all she wrote. Read More