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Skatebird review

The draw of Skatebird is summarised early on. “Remember when I told you about human skaters?” says one bird to another. “They can only Ollie once. You’re a bird. You can fly.” True enough, triggering a second ollie while airborne tugs you upwards, amid a flurry of feathers. If you wish to spin, your customised bird will lunge downward, as if pecking at a worm, and whirl without a care, board in beak. The question is, Why? What tethers these creatures not quite to the earth but to the limbo just above it, borne along on wheels of thundering polyurethane?
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Amazon Games hires Ubisoft exec to lead “competitive multiplayer” game

Yesterday (September 15), Amazon Games announced that it has hired former Ubisoft executive Alexandre Parizeau, handing him a “competitive multiplayer” title as his first project. As spotted by Hollywood Reporter, Amazon Games has acquired former Ubisoft executive Alexandre Parizeau, who previously worked as Managing Director at Ubisoft Toronto. Parizeau has...
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SkateBIRD review

A skateboarding game with birds doesn’t seem like the sanest of choices. Perhaps it only found its feet after someone at Glass Bottom Games thought about the name Tony Hawk, and changed it to tiny hawk, thus setting this weird premise in motion. There’s a wide open market for skateboarding titles, especially ones that are easy to pick up and play. One that I never foresaw, was one featuring cardinals, owls, and kingfishers grinding on straws and pizza boxes whilst collecting blowtorches and duck tape. SkateBIRD is ridiculous, but in a stupidly fun and self-aware way.
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Nesting Games Is A New Studio In Quebec, Working On AAA RPG Titles

Digital Bros revealed it has opened a new videogame development studio in Quebec City, founded by veteran developers from Ubisoft, Activision, and others. Nesting Games is a new videogame studio opening in Quebec City founded by veteran and expert developers such as Christian Guertin, Cyrielle Barreteau, James Mittag, Sandra Jackson, Ramiro Belanger, Carolane Bruneau, Pierre Paradis, Renaud Lessard Larouche, Sherwin Barraquio...
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Rainbow Six Extraction: PlayStation Showcase 2021 | World Trailer

Rainbow Six Extraction will launch for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia on September 16, 2021. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction is a one to three-player cooperative tactical first-person shooter. Assemble your elite team of Rainbow Six operators to launch incursions into the unpredictable containment zones and discover the mysteries behind the lethal alien threat called the Archaens. Knowledge, cooperation, and a tactical approach are your best weapons. Band together and put everything on the line as you take on an unknown enemy.
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Ubisoft names Hascoët’s replacement after leaving due to alleged harassment

Ubisoft has announced the appointment of Igor Manceau as the company’s new creative director. This has been announced by the French in a press release, where they have confirmed that the manager will be part of the Executive Committee and that he will respond directly to Yves Guillemot, CEO and co-founder of the French firm. The post was vacated after Serge Hascoët, one of the most powerful men in Ubisoft, resigned after alleged cases of harassment and abuse came to light.
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PlayStation Showcase 2021: Everything you need to know ahead of time

START TIME - When does 2021's Showcase start?. The PlayStation Showcase 2021 broadcast is due to start at the following times on September 9th:. It's expected to be around forty minutes long and PlayStation has had the following to say about it so far... " The Showcase will weigh in...
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Spectre is a standalone stealth game inspired by Splinter Cell multiplayer

Two Splinter Cell super-fans are recreating the franchise's iconic Spies vs Mercs multiplayer component in a new game, Spectre. Speaking to IGN, Jordan Crawford and Fred Toms, founders of Symbiosis Games, outlined their debut title. Spies vs Mercs was a multiplayer mode that featured in four splinter Cell games; Pandora Tomorrow, Chaos Theory, Double Agent, and Blacklist. Objectives differed over different iterations, but each time, stealth-focused Spies fought against action-based Mercenaries.
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Is Spectre Coming To PS5 And PS4?

Is Spectre Coming To PS5 And PS4? – Stealth fans are desperate for any new IP dedicated to the stealth genre, since those types of games can be few and far between, but a new game called Spectre is directly inspired by Splinter Cell with a release on PC and Xbox Series X coming soon according to the developer, but will it come to PS5 and PS4 as well?
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‘Spectre’ wants bring back the ‘Splinter Cell’ Spies vs Mercs mode

Upcoming title Spectre takes inspiration from Splinter Cell, and aims to bring back the “glory days” of the series’ Spies vs Mercs multiplayer game mode. Spectre is a multiplayer shooter where players will be divided into two completely different teams to battle for objectives, with asymmetrical gameplay inspired by the Spies vs Mercs game mode from Splinter Cell.
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Spectre is Being Built With Splinter Cell Fans In Mind

Spectre is Being Built With Splinter Cell Fans In Mind. Splinter Cell by Tom Clancy is a beloved franchise and ranks among the top stealth games ever made. It also competes with the Metal Gear Solid series. Yet, almost 3000 days have passed since the last Splinter Cell title was released.
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Spectre Aims to Be the Splinter Cell Game That Ubisoft Won't Make

Spectre developers Jordan Crawford and Fred Toms first met while working at a restaurant together in their teenage years. They bonded quickly over video games – and one game in particular: Splinter Cell. The duo would make Splinter Cell jokes to other employees and introduce themselves to restaurant guests as ‘Sam Fisher’.” After decades as friends and a COVID-induced separation, the two veteran developers, who have each worked in the industry separately, decided to form Symbiosis Games together, “a nod to our symbiotic relationship,” Toms said. “Jordan is a very artistic and visual person, while I am absolutely the opposite of that.”
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