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No topic appeared in the rumor mill this year as much as the coming next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
Virtual war crimes won't lead to real world prosecution, the International Committee of the Red Cross clarified today.
One of the world's largest and most respected humanitarian groups in the world is investigating whether the Geneva and Hague conventions should be applied to the fictional recreation of war in video games.
Last week, I headed down to Ubisoft headquarters in San Francisco to get a first look at their upcoming tactical shooter Rainbow 6: Patriots. I posted my impressions of the event earlier today—it looks like a solid evolution of the small-team tactical template set forth in Vegas, but what's more remarkable is that it…
How far would you go to save a life? To save lives? Would you sacrifice an innocent civilian to save a hundred more? Ubisoft's recently unveiled tactical shooter Rainbow 6: Patriots aims to tackle those tough (or at least, dramatic) questions. Last week, I headed down to Ubisoft's headquarters in San Francisco to get…
We've been telling you about the hard choices being put on the players of Rainbow 6: Patriots since June, now see for yourself in Ubisoft's proof-of-concept video. Happy birthday to you.
While other shooters are pursuing more weapons, more maps, higher polygon counts, higher body counts; Tom Clancy's latest Rainbow Six game is pushing the envelop on morality.
After a two-game vacation in Vegas, Tom Clancy's elite counter-terrorism unit takes on an all-new threat threatening to destroy the U.S. government in Rainbow 6: Patriots now in development for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.
While Ubisoft's still-secret, yet-to-be named Rainbow Six game skipped an E3 appearance this year, it is still very much in the works we're told.