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The Assassin’s Creed series has always been full of weird ambient dialogue. People on the street mutter the same few lines, and the mix never sounds quite right. Most of us have less-than-fond memories of the “Mah-ney mah-ney mah-ney!!” guy from earlier games in the series, and those accursed bums who bump and bug us as we try to look cool and flit about the streets.
Look, if you had one shot or one opportunity to seize everything you ever wanted and tear it apart with your writing tendrils, would you capture it, or just let it slip? Are you ready to drop tendril bombs in Prototype 2?
Can Ubisoft’s upcoming game Rocksmith teach a baby how to play guitar? Of course not, but through the magic of computer-aided video manipulation, it can use a real baby to creep us the f–k out.
Michael Jackson has always been big in Japan, and Ubisoft’s Michael Jackson The Experience is no exception, hitting TGS hard with three newly revealed tracks and a new trailer, complete with creepy MJ stand-in.
Not even disco dancing teddy bears can save this batch of Naughty Bear screens from being just as disturbing as the trailer we posted yesterday.
Creating the CGI versions of Army of Two: The 40th Day co-stars Salem and Rios for this trailer likely cost more than dressing up two guys in Salem and Rios costumes.
As much as I like to make fun of XS Games’ PopStar Guitar for even existing, I can’t shake the feeling that if I were 20 years younger or so I would really get a kick out of their track listing. They’ve just revealed five new original master recordings for the game, two from Fall Out Boy, one from Paramore, and two from the All-American Rejects, joining a lineup packed with tunes from The Jonas Brothers, Hannah “Stop Calling Me That” Montana, Maroon 5, and Three Doors Down. The track list reads like an iTunes shopping list for creepy internet men who want to pretend they’re 14-year-old girls on MySpace.