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Prank Phone Calls, Cut Content And Other Fun Facts About South Park: The Stick Of Truth

A massive vampire battle, ginger doll thieves and an entire town dedicated to Christmas — these are just some of scenes cut from South Park: The Stick Of Truth, the role-playing game that begin with a suspected prank phone call.

How Developers Are Gaming The Steam Sales [Updated]

It’s been happening for a while and people should have learned to expect it, but developers are still pulling the age-old trick of raising prices right before a sale, and it’s a bloody shameful practice.

The Rainbow Six Siege Beta Doors Are Open Again

After having to inadvertently postpone plans for their open beta, Ubisoft early this morning announced that they were able to rectify the server and matchmaking issues that plaguing Rainbow Six: Siege on all three platforms.

The Rainbow Six Siege Beta Isn't Opening Up Just Yet

Rainbow Six: Siege was supposed to transition from closed beta into an open beta phase later today, but that’s no longer happening.

Thanks Rock Band And Guitar Hero, I'm Playing A Real Guitar Now

Rock Band 4 got me ready to pick up an instrument again. Guitar Hero Live got my fingers moving back and forth. Together they convinced me to take the next step — buying the cheapest guitar possible and a copy of Rocksmith.

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Runs Pretty Well On PC

If there’s been one constant with the Assassin’s Creed games over the last few years, it’s that they have run like shit on PC.

The Rainbow Six: Siege NVIDIA Trailer Shouldn't Upset Just AMD Users

Ubisoft’s latest trailer showing off Rainbow Six: Siege looks nice. Very nice, in fact, which shouldn’t be a surprise considering the camera angles, panning and various cinematic shots they’re deploying for what is supposed to be an intense first-person competitive shooter.

But there’s a problem: it’s got NVIDIA all over the shop. And while that’s handy if you own a flashy GTX card, it’s not something gamers should be thrilled about.

The Problem With Video Game Crowds

Video games are getting better and better at showing us convincing-looking cities. Cities are usually full of crowds, however, and video games aren’t nearly as good at handling those.

New Steampunk Outfits For Assassin's Creed Syndicate Are Nearly 1GB Each To Download

Here’s a modern day video game mystery we haven’t been able to solve: Why are the download files for new Assassin’s Creed Syndicate outfits so enormous?

What The New Assassin's Creed Gets Wrong (and Right), According To A Historian

Bob Whitaker, a historian of modern Britain at Louisiana Tech and the host of the YouTube series History Respawned, recommends Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, the entertaining new Ubisoft game set in Victorian London. He likes the way it successfully captures the feel of the British capital in the 19th century, and he particularly likes the way the game depicts the Thames River as crowded with industrial traffic. But he still has some nits to pick.

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