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Welcome To Beautiful Lumeria: New Trailer For Child Of Light

Let there be light? Only after April 30th.

The upcoming action RPG Child of Light from Ubisoft Montreal; has recieved a full length feature trailer. It displays some stunning visuals and the game is due out at the end of the month. RPG fans have a lot to look forward to with this one.

RPG fans have a lot to look forward to with this one.

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Black Flag Rogues

Prepare for the Guild of Rogues, New AC: Black Flag DLC

Yo-ho, there be new content matey!

Ubisoft has rolled out the second mutliplayer add-on pack for Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, introducing players to the Guild of Rogues chapter in the new swashbuckling adventure. Full details outlined, complete with screenshots after the jump.

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The Rabbids Are Coming to a Theater Near You

They’re ready for their closeup.

It was only a matter of time before those watcy rabbit-like creatures would end up on the big screen. Today, Ubisoft in conjunction with Sony Pictures Entertainment confirmed that a full-length feature film based on the Rabbids is currently in development.

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Ubisoft Announces Far Cry Classic

Look who’s back? 

Ubisoft is looking to take one of its prolific digital gaming brands back to its roots. Well in a manner of speaking. Far Cry Classic, which was originally released for the European market is finally crossing over to the domestic territory for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms next week.

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First Look: Child of Light

Check out Ubisoft’s new turn-based RPG.

We’ve got our first official look of Child of Light, a new turn-based RPG slated for release April 30th, 2014. This title will be made available as a digital download for all major platforms (yes, even the Wii U), as well as Steam for the PC.

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Best of the Bunch: Top Games of 2013

Spoiler: They’re not all fighting games

Over the past five years, I spent a majority of my gaming career heavily immersed in fighting games. And while I’ve valued the pure level of enjoyment, friends, and challenges associated with during my competitive experiences, I found myself greatly missing out on a lot of memorable events delivered through other viable titles.

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