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Assassin’s Creed Montage Videos Revel In All The Good Parts Without The Glitches

Assassin's Creed Montage

The history of Assassin’s Creed – as a brand – will probably be one of both admiration and disdain; a small hint of appreciation sprinkled in with the salt and pepper of disgust. I imagine a lot of fond memories of Assassin’s Creed may fade in time as the series continues its annual devolution on a strict development cycle on a bloated budget. Well, despite the harsh realities associated with the crunch-time of AAA development, there’s someone on YouTube doing nothing more than paying fan-service to the highlights of the Assassin’s Creed series with some very well-done montages. Continue reading

Star Citizen FPS Module Health System Detailed; New Video Released

Star Citizen

Roberts Space Industries updated the official Star Citizen page with some new details on how the first-person shooter health system works. It’s actually limb-based, and there isn’t an overall health bar but instead health stats for 10 different limbs that can be damaged to different degrees. Continue reading

DC Universe Online: War Of Light Part 2 DLC Now Available

DC Universe Online

Sony Online Entertainment announced that the 12th expansion pack for DC Universe Online, their free-to-play superhero MMORPG, has gone live. The pack, titled War of Light Part II, has launched as a free upgrade for subscribers of DC Universe Online and is available as a premium piece of DLC for non-members. Continue reading

Robert Bowling’s Human Element Abandons Free-To-Play Model

Human Element

Robert Bowling left Activision and the Call of Duty franchise behind to pursue the dream of making a game that wasn’t a fast-paced, military sim churned out annually to the tune of $1 billion. It’s a noble goal and one that hasn’t completely seen its full fruition, mainly because the studio he formed, Robotoki, just found themselves stepping away from the publisher over the antipodal direction of the monetary model for Human Element. Continue reading