Ubisoft Announces Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

Ubisoft’s Paris studio is developing the latest in its tactical shooter franchise, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. It is scheduled (so far) for release this holiday season 2010.

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Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft
Platform: Xbox 360,
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Genre: Air Combat
Players: Single, Multiplayer
Input: Gamepad
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I’ve never been much of a fan of flight/combat simulators and although I enjoy being in the cockpit of a transport ship or assault gunship during a huge tactical battle the kind of which you’d find in the Battlefield series or Quake Wars, a game that is dedicated solely to fighter jet combat normally leaves me with a feeling of wanting more. Coupled with the fact that I just recently finished another of Tom Clancy’s games, End War, I was none too eager to go through another. [Read more...]

Tom Clancy’s EndWar



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Developer: Ubisoft Shangai
Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PSP, DS
Genre: Action, Simulation
Players: Single, Multiplayer
Input: Controller
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There’s a reason why Strategy games belong on the computer as opposed to the console and Tom Clancy’s End War is a shining example of this rule. [Read more...]

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Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft
Platform: DS, PSP, Xbox 360, PS3
Genre: Strategic Combat
Players: Single
Input: Gamepad, Touch Screen
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The console versions of Tom Clancy’s EndWar are tactical games played in real time, complete with voice commands and high production values. Seemingly as an afterthought, we have the game of the same name for the PSP and the DS, and what results has little in common with its bigger cousin. The handheld version is turn based, and as far as graphics are concerned it looks like it was produced with the leftover budget of its 360 and PS3 brethren.

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