The first video of Ubisoft’s Driver reboot has gone viral. Taste the epidemic after the break.
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Gamers are a demanding crowd. Year after year developers work hard, harder than most other forms of entertainment to bring us what we want. For some reason we the gamers pay no mind to what goes on behind the scenes; all we’re interesting in is everything, and I mean everything being perfect. That’s a tall order considering how much effort, research, brainstorming and the likes that goes into making a great game.
But when last did we pause for a moment and really think about how much we take these developers for granted? And the thing is they never complain. Well I believe there’s a time for everything under the sun; and today I ask you to join me in saluting your favorite development team.
Do it after the read in the comments section but right now, we honor them:
It’s a crowded FPS year, then again every year is a crowded FPS year. But this year in particular will see a plethora of FPS titles released and some of them are big names. They include Crytek’s entry into the console market with Crysis 2, Bungie’s swang song Halo: Reach, Sony’s Resistance 3, EA’s Medal of Honor, and Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops just to name a few.
Some folks criticized Sony when the giant announced that it’d dive face-deep into the 3D space by implementing a firmware update making the PS3 3D compatible. I guess no one’s laughing now, especially not Ubisoft. The publisher has said that in the next 2 years, roughly 50% of games will be 3D-enabled.
That’s a huge percentage.
Max Beland of Ubisoft has told Edge that Splinter Cell will probably end up coming to PS3 and other platforms after Conviction is released in April.
Through a tweet, Ubisoft has confirmed it’s releasing the second piece of DLC, Bonfire and Vanities, for Assassin’s Creed II this Thursday.