Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands from Ubisoft was designed from the ground up and features a massive open world and four player co-op action.
For Honor review and gameplay from the newest Ubisoft video game where you can play in single-player combat or multiplayer war.
Ghost Recon Wildlands Hands-On Impressions from the upcoming Ubisoft open world shooter and co-op video game based on the Tom Clancy license.
After the first Watch Dogs was set in a gritty and dark Chicago, it was a very pleasant surprise to jump into Watch Dogs 2 and see a bright, colorful, sunny San Francisco.
For Honor offers a chance for gamers to get medieval with harsh battle tactics that are up-close and personal.
Battleship is actually cheaper than most physical versions of the game, minus the various travel-sized editions, so it makes a nice introduction to the game if you have never had the opportunity to play it.
As far as presentation goes, Grow Up is a whimsical world that you’ll enjoy wandering around in. The colors are bright and vivid despite some wonky visuals.
Risk Urban Assault includes a single user campaign, custom game and online multiplayer modes. The single user campaign starts you in London and provides multiple objectives.
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Aisha Tyler was back once again to host the Ubisoft Press Conference for E3 Expo 2016 along with plenty of reveals and new gameplay to showcase kicking off with an old familiar in the form of Just Dance 2017 coming to all platforms including the Nintendo NX in 2017. Ghost Recon Wildlands was the next [...]