Our UK friends should be smiling pretty now, especially if they plan on taking a click over to Amazon, as the retailer is selling top games for below $20. They include the recently released Brink, and the bestselling Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood amongst others.
Mass Effect 2′s been on a high ever since it was released, and that level of critical praise continues, proving it to be a masterpiece as the game won big at the BAFTA Awards yesterday. Heavy Rain represented as well, coming in second only to the RGP.
Gamers who own Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood have been the recipient of free DLC that’s already landed for the best selling title. But now, new stuff’s on its way. Only this time, you’ll have to pay for it.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood’s been out for months on consoles, but the PC community is still awaiting the game’s arrival. The wait is over, thou, as Ubisoft’s revealed the game’s official date. We’ve also got the specs your PC will need in order to run the best selling title.
Now that’s the type of giveaway we like to hear about. Just for liking Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Facebook page, Ubisoft is promising us a brand new map for free. Only catch is that it needs to top 1 million likes first.
The Writers Guild of America has made known its nominations for the best writing in a video game for 2010, and amongst the throng you’ll notice two top games of 2011 waiting to win an award or two.
Ubisoft, in conjunction with Global Market Insite are asking selected participants to answer some questions about the latest Assassin’s Creed game, and ways of possible innovation for the next title in the franchise.
It’s no surprise, but Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood has already topped the 1 million sold mark since going on sale mid November in Europe.
Just in case you’re one of the not so many gamers on the sidelines concerning Assasin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Ubisoft’s just released a launch trailer of the game that’ll surely convince you.
Become a believer past the break.
Assassin’s Creed has become one of the better franchises this generation. Ubisoft scored big with this one, and the franchise is already bordering on 20 million units sold. It’ll obviously beat that number come November 16th when the latest, AC: Brotherhood, is released here in the U.S. – millions will be sold.
But even with all the success, fans of the franchise have been clamoring for co-op in the game, and although Ubisoft won’t promise something right away, the developer reckons said feature will come to the beloved game “eventually”.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood’s is the third game in a franchise Ubisoft hopes will become as popular as Grand Theft Auto, and if the latest pre-oder report is anything to go by, it’s on the right course.
The publisher’s released a new trailer for yet another character of Brotherhood: The Mercenary, and the guy’s something else.
No, Splinter Cell didn’t accomplish this, nor did any of the Prince of Persia games. Ubisoft’s announced that Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood’s become the most pre-ordered game in the company’s history, however the exact number wasn’t released.
Next month will be the time when millions of gamers go out to retail outlets and pick up the highly anticipated Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, so to get everyone in a buying mood, Ubisoft’s released a brand new story trailer for the game.
Quench the full thing past the break.
I’m not sure where this came from, as to whether the PS3 version of Assassin’s Creed II suffered with problems while the 360′s flourished, but the game’s level design content director Phillipe Bergeron has told IGN that in their upcoming effort, AC: Brotherhood to be released next month, both versions will be identical.
Ubisoft once said the Assassin’s Creed franchise will become as popular as Gran Theft Auto, and the publisher’s working extremely hard to make sure it achieves just that. They’re well on the way, too, with combined sales of the first and second installments totaling around 18 million copies worldwide.
The third title, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, is set to hit store shelves this November, but before that happens, Ubisoft still has more it wants to show off. The latest being a peer of characters, Harlequin and Officer, two new members in the game’s multiplayer mode they hope will make the online component exciting.