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  • Far Cry Primal 101: Story, Gameplay, and World Explained In New Trailer

    Far Cry Primal releases a trailer that provides players with a how-to guide to the title’s Stone Age world and featured Beast Master, Takkar.

    (1) by Sean K. Cureton
  • Far Cry Primal Trailer: Rise Above Extinction

    Ubisoft releases a new story trailer for the upcoming Far Cry Primal, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at building the tribal languages of the game

    (1) by Agustin Guerrero
  • Will Far Cry Primal Offer Less Than Its Predecessors?

    No guns, no vehicles, and now Ubisoft has confirmed that Far Cry Primal won’t have multiplayer. Is this a step backwards for the series?

    (27) by Scott Gardner
  • Far Cry Primal Gameplay Trailer Reveals Beast Master Powers

    Ubisoft unveils a new trailer for Far Cry Primal that showcases the player’s ability to control animals like mammoths and saber-toothed tigers.

    (12) by H. Shaw-Williams
  • Canadian Videogame Awards 2015: Final Nominations Announced

    The finalists for the 2015 Canadian Videogame Awards have been announced with Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Syndicate leading with 9 nominations.

    (9) by Rob Keyes
  • Far Cry Primal Announcement Trailer: Welcome to the Stone Age

    See the first trailers and images for Far Cry Primal, a brand new Far Cry game by Ubisoft set during the during the Stone Age.

    (10) by Rob Keyes
  • The 15 Worst Video Game Movies

    There have been plenty of duds when it comes to video game movies, but these films aren’t just bad – they’re embarrassing to the brand.

    (86) by Andrew Dyce
  • Will Video Game Movies Be The Next Big Thing?

    Ubisoft has launched its own film studio and there are plenty more video game movies in development. Could they be next to take over Hollywood?

    (70) by H. Shaw-Williams
  • Ubisoft Making ‘Watch Dogs,’ ‘Far Cry’ & ‘Raving Rabbids’ Movies

    Ubisoft Motion Pictures is developing three new video game movies: ‘Far Cry,’ ‘Watch_Dogs’ and ‘Raving Rabbids.’

    (24) by H. Shaw-Williams