Rather than jump in at the deep end with the hardcore Survival mode, I decided to try the normal game mode first, where the game provides you with a new survivor if you die. Just as well, because my first survivor died almost immediately, dragged off that first ladder by the ravenous horde! The poor guy didn’t stand a chance! (more…)
Ubisoft have finally scrapped their always-on DRM for PC games!
In an interview with Rock Paper Shotgun, Ubisoft’s worldwide director for online games noted that they have listened to feedback, and removed the always-on requirement for single player games, although they will still require a one-time online activation when the game is installed.
Gamescom 2012 started off with Sony’s press conference, with a selection of games for the PlayStation Vita.. Little Big Planet Vita, Killzone: Mercenary, and other games previously mentioned at E3: Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified; PlayStation All-Stars; Assassin’s Creed III Liberation, featuring a new female lead, Aveline; and Need for Speed Most Wanted, a Vita game with all the same features as the PS3 version, with a huge open world to explore.
Media Molecule’s new game Tearaway was demonstrated for the first time, with a lot of use being made of the Vita’s touch features.
Ubisoft has now launched Uplay PC, their own digital distribution platform. Uplay PC will sell games and connect to the existing Uplay community, and the new Uplay PC app will act as a launcher for individual games as well as managing friends lists and chat.
To try and attract gamers to the service, Ubisoft are currently offering a number of PC games for £1, with daily deals continuing throughout Gamescom.
It’s E3 time again.. the first day starting off with conferences from Microsoft and Sony. I’ve been waiting for more info on a few games, but E3 is usually good for info on new games too..