Ghost Recon Online Q&A With Ubisoft Singapore
We arm ourselves with the senior game designer Christopher Roby and brand manager Christopher Goh about Ubisoft's upcoming shooter.
Microsoft apologizes to resident of 800-person town after his online handle was ruled in violation of online service's code of conduct.
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Ubisoft USPTO filing reveals likely name of next installment in its tactical Tom Clancy shooter series, due out after Q1 2010.
Warner Bros. enlists PC GRAW and Bionic Commando Rearmed developer to craft third-person sci-fi shooter based on forthcoming fourth Terminator film.
News of the Rainbow Six publisher's tie-up of military media mogul's empire sends company's share price skyward.
[UPDATE] Author-inspired techno-military media empire--including book, film, and game rights--purchased by Rainbow Six publisher; CEO Yves Guillemot says Ubi looking at massively multiplayer project.
GRAW, Rayman boost French publisher's bottom line; company takes in more than $917 million during last fiscal year.
Popular Mechanics compares the military equipment used in GRAW2 to the real-world high-tech Land Warrior gear.
Eight Xbox 360 games receive new status, $29.99 price tag; Fight Night, Burnout, DOA4 also re-priced.
EA's PS2 football simulation dominates sales in 2006 with 2.8 million sold, Mario comes in second; Gears of War takes December crown, third overall in 2006.
French publisher $46.9 million in red despite strong GRAW sales, looks to Splinter Cell and Wii lineup for holiday hits.
The public award three trophies each to Nintendo and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion; Editors' Choice is BAFTA winner Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter.
Six-month sales top $218.4 million in gross revenue; GRAW singled out as prime revenue driver.
The lead multiplayer designer on Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter's stops by for a brief chat after his win in London.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter gets top honors at UK ceremony, while LocoRoco and Lego Star Wars II pick up two awards each.
Multiplayer Pack 3 released for mouse-and-keyboard version of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter; siege, recon co-op modes added.
LocoRoco, GRAW top list for high-profile UK event with eight nominations across a total of 17 categories; We Love Katamari, Guitar Hero also prove popular.
Cable television network names Elder Scrolls IV Game of the Year, invites vociferous game critic to appear on Attack of the Show. [UPDATE] Debate footage now online.
Nintendo's DS rules the top 10 again as gamers gear up for Madden's release; a few 360 titles sneak back on the list.
"Best Video Game Score" added to this year's MTV Video Music Awards alongside "Best Video Game Soundtrack."
Mario, Brain Age are back on top again with NCAA Football 07 in hot pursuit; PSP Tekken punches into top 10 in debut week.
Soccer games trip, Prey teleports to third, Chromehounds shoots to fourth, and the familiar duo of Mario and Brain Age returns to the top.
Gamers still love their brain training and Mario as DS duo remains on top; Naruto leads quartet of PS2 games in top 10.
GRAW publisher takes home almost $15 million, down more than 50 percent from previous year; sales up 3 percent as R&D soak up profits.
After slight delay, Chapter 2 hits XBL; content features four new maps, five new weapons, more for 1200 points ($15).
DS titles take up half of Bestbuy.com bestseller chart; Hitman, GTA, GRAW, and FIFA split the rest.
Red Storm takes us online to try out the new content for its acclaimed tactical shooter, which is heading for Xbox Live later this month.
Crime pays (but not that much) as the $20 PS2 GTA: Liberty City Stories leads list; DS holds tough, 360 takes majority of top 10.
Reinforcements for Ubisoft's 360 shooter to hit Live by June's end; Chapter 2 has four new maps, two new modes, five new weapons.
Agent 47 takes out Mario for top spot on retailer's top-seller list; Xbox new 360 adopters push four next-gen titles to top 10.
New Super Mario Bros. keeps kicking on retailer's best-seller chart; Table Tennis makes strong debut on Bestbuy.com's best-seller list.
World of Warcraft ends the Sims' monthlong lock on the top slot as RPGs and RTS games continue to represent on NPD's weekly best-seller chart.
Kingdom Hearts II reigns again, GRAW and Oblivion stay put, and the Sims remain Open for Business.
Sims 2 add-on retakes top slot from Guild Wars Factions; Rise of Legends gives solid debut, Oblivion, GRAW, WOW all remain players.
Ahead of the World Cup in Germany, football titles dominate the top five; X-Men: The Official Game is the highest new entry.
Two top Xbox 360 titles will soon receive new content updates via Xbox Live Marketplace.
New Super Mario Bros. jumps into number-one slot of Best Buy's bestseller list; DS duo leads Xbox 360- and PS2-heavy top 10.
Industry leaps to 16 percent increase over April '05, but most analysts don't see trend continuing through summer; Kingdom Hearts II, MLB 2K6, Xbox 360 availability spur sales.
FIFA World Cup and Tomb Raider: Legend hold on to the top spots, with a football theme running through the rest of the chart.
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