Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – catchup review

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – catchup review

Oct 9, 2017

Format: Switch Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Players: 1-2 Site: https://www.ubisoft.com/en-gb/game/mario-rabbids-kingdom-battle/ Game purchased by reviewer Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is the game the world wasn’t prepared for. The world also wasn’t prepared for it to be as good as it is. Giving Mario a gun and...

Watch Dogs 2: review

Watch Dogs 2: review

Dec 9, 2016

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbox One, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Players: 1 + online multiplayer Site: http://watchdogs.ubisoft.com/watchdogs/en-gb/home/ Game supplied by publisher Watch Dogs 2 is the sequel to the 2014 original, and is set in a fictional version of San Francisco. You take the role of Marcus...

Check out these bleeping sweet South Park figures and waste your money on them

Check out these bleeping sweet South Park figures and waste your money on them

Dec 8, 2016

Holy crap, dude! Not only is there going to be a new South Park game (the childishly/hilariously named “The Fractured but Whole”, frustratingly delayed into 2017), there’s some exclusive South Park figures to buy from the Ubisoft store! Because, you know, you don’t already have enough bleeping plastic crap taking up space in your house. The...

Eddie the Eagle plays Steep in a wind tunnel, because why not

Eddie the Eagle plays Steep in a wind tunnel, because why not

Nov 30, 2016

It’s the most obvious piece of PR that we never saw coming. To help promote Steep to UK peoples, Ubisoft has enlisted the one and only Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards to play and talk about the game. Oh, sorry, did we forget to mention the fact that he played the game in a vertical wind tunnel? For the young and the non-British who may be unaware of who Eddie...

Ubisoft is giving away yet more free stuff right NOW

Ubisoft is giving away yet more free stuff right NOW

Nov 24, 2016

Ubisoft are weird. Like, seriously odd. They’re quite possibly the only major third party publisher, for example, to consistently show Nintendo some love. Supporting one of the industry’s longest-standing and most talented developer-publishers? What’s that all about, eh? Another really weird thing they’ve been doing is giving away free...