Did you feel a little burned after Ace Combat: Assault Horizon? You're probably not alone. If you've moved into PC gaming from a console, you've had every opportunity to play the previous games before. But for a PC player, that was their first. Want redemption? Namco Bandai might just deliver with Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
When one great VR title shows up on a single VR platform, it's hard to understand why that would ever be considered a good move for anyone. The market fragments and the developer cuts off their potential playerbase similar to a console-exclusive game. But it looks like we're finally making progress in breaking that wall thanks to Ubisoft's cross-platform commitments.
If there’s one thing Ubisoft likes to do--besides driving good franchises into the dirt with over-abundant sequels--it’s get in on the ground floor of new hardware releases. VR has been upon us for a few months, but we’re still very much in the early days of the new technology, so it’s the perfect time for Ubisoft to put out a few titles to test the water.
During the weekend at the PlayStation Experience conference, Ubisoft revealed that it's developing a new virtual reality experience called Eagle Flight, which could be described as a sort of Eagle flight Simulator where you fly around Paris performing aerial dogfights to protect your territory from other players in multiplayer and single player modes.
UPDATE: Expansion details confirmed and trailer released.
This year's conference fromis going to be dominated by one thing: Star Wars: Battlefront. The Press Conference will begin 1.00pm PDT / 9.00pm GMT+1 and run for about an hour. There's a bit to get through.
Duringof their E3 2015 line-up they reveal a new story-driven expansion for MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic. This new expansion will be focusing on "cinematic storytelling" with all-new dynamic content.
Now's a good time to check in onlatest military simulator Arma 3 if it's been on your 'to do' list but you haven't gotten round to it. It's enjoying a free weekend on , with it discounted by 50%.
Worried that there hasn't been much in the way of WWII air combat titles? Fear not! Publisher/developer Ace Maddox has today announced Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China for release on PC this summer.
Indie developer Sigtrap's 6DoF (six degrees of freedom, if you're wondering) shooter Sublevel Zero is coming to PC, Mac and Linux this summer, publisherhas announced.