It’s been nearly a year since we’ve heard or seen anything related to the latest entry in the Ghost Recon series, but that should change at E3.
One player watches and coordinates. A second one distracts the enemy team and a third one takes down all of them.
The only technical testing I’ve done with the beta of Ubisoft’s upcoming game The Division is seeing whether I’ll like it. So far, it has passed that test.
Fun fact: actor Michael Ironside, who voiced Tom Clancy stealth juggernaut Splinter Cell's main character, super spy murder dad Sam Fisher, nearly quit before the series even got off the ground.
THE TREES ARE WRONG CANCEL MY PRE-ORDER. Actually, it’s pretty close all round in this video, as PlayStation Access visit most of the areas shown so far in demos.
If you'd asked me in 1998 to look fifteen years in the future and guess who the the most enduring names in video games would be, I might've listed the usual suspects: Sid Meier, Tim Schafer, Will Wright, Shigeru Miyamoto and maybe a few others. I probably wouldn't have included Tom Clancy.
Best-selling author Tom Clancy, best known in the video game world for his work on big franchises like Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon, has passed away.
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Assassin's Creed isn't the only movie that Ubisoft wants to get to the silver screen as soon as possible.
Closed beta testing for Ghost Recon Online (PC) begins March 5th. Those looking to enlist in Tom Clancy's near-future military warfare can sign up for the beta at the game's official website.
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.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's box art seems to think so, or at least the version uploaded to (and then removed from) Xbox.com today, touting Kinect support for the oft-delayed Tom Clancy game on Xbox 360.
The existence of a brand new entry in Ubisoft and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series is no surprise—Ubisoft Toronto managing director Jade Raymond has already confirmed she's leading the development team. What's new are apparently leaked details on the forthcoming sixth Splinter Cell.
The latest Ubisoft game to bear the Tom Clancy name is H.A.W.X. 2, the sequel to the original, million-selling arcade-style flight sim. Billions of dollars in virtual aircraft will once again be blowing up this fall.
Tucked away within Ubisoft's financial results announcements from yesterday was news that Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. had moved a million copies worldwide since launch last month.
The 100% more grizzled adventures of super spy/hobo Sam Fisher will continue this calendar year, according to Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, as the publisher has dated Splinter Cell: Conviction for a pre-Christmas release.
This is real pie-in-the-sky stuff, so remain seated while reading, but here goes: Ubisoft are looking into turning their five Tom Clancy series - Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six, Endwar and Hawx - into a "megagame". How's that going to work? Here's how. They'll do it in baby steps. For example, in the next…
Ubisoft's current lineup on the Wii is...regrettable. Could do with a few more "proper" games. Like the Tom Clancy ones, most of those are pretty decent. Here's what Ubisoft boss, the delightfully-named Yves Guillemot, has to say on the matter: