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Synchronized headshots, killer drones and stealth neck snaps. Ghost Recon’s lead designer walks us through an entire mission of the game's campaign, pointing out what’s new and what’s deadlier in Future Soldier. Curious where Ubisoft is taking Ghost Recon? This video is your best look yet...
Find out what it takes for you and your friends to survive Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's co-op...
We rather liked the original Tom Clancy’s HAWX, what with its deft mixture of arcade and sim elements that allowed the player to customize the experience to fit desired levels of hardcore-ness. Our recent hands-on with HAWX 2 revealed that we’ll definitely be getting more of the same, but with a few doohickeys sprinkled on. We played through four complete missions, and each one provided a unique hook that made it stand out from the others...
We know what you’re thinking: airplanes equal flight sim equals dull. And usually we’d agree with you. But in the case of HAWX (High Altitude Warfare, Prototype, in case you were wondering) you’re wrong. Dead wrong.
From a distance, HAWX could be mistaken for last year's excellent Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation. As we got closer and actually started playing, the level of ground detail and overall polish exceeded the already impressive visuals of Ace 6, with far more skyscrapers reaching for the clouds and tons of clutter choking the oft-ignored terra firma. Once the shock of the clean, smooth imagery wore off, we plunged into the gameplay, which left
A man watches helplessly as terrorists break into his home, beat his wife and threaten the life of his child. He's kidnapped, forced to strap on a suicide bomber vest and ordered to detonate himself in the middle of New York City's Times Square unless he wants his entire family to die. Then things get really bad.
A first look at what could end up 2013’s most strategically, and ethically, challenging game...
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