The Ghost Recon Facebook game, Ghost Recon Commander, has been canceled.
It's quickly becoming accepted that for a game to really hit the big time on Kickstarter, it needs the involvement of people gamers can trust. Minimising risk, and all that.
This fall, we've been getting the best sort of déja vu. From Dishonored to XCOM, many of the best games of the fall have learned from past classics and reworked them into smart, satisfying, fresh-feeling games. Is this new appreciation for 90's classics a trend, or an anomaly? What exactly does "old-school" mean? Does…
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Ubisoft's new third-person sneaky shooter, comes out tomorrow. But for those eager to dive into stealth shooting action, the tie-in Facebook game, Ghost Recon: Commander, is available now.
It's been a while since man/myth/legend/Doom co-creator John Romero put out a shooter. Almost ten years, in fact. Speaking with Eurogamer, Romero revealed some details on a new shooter he'll be working on soon.
Ubisoft is releasing a number of Ghost Recon games this year. There's console title Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, free-to-play PC shooter Ghost Recon Online, and now Ghost Recon Commander, a Facebook-based social experience designed to bridge the other games and tie them together.
This is a painting of Doom, one of the greatest games of all times. And surely this must be one of the coolest video game paintings of all time.