Today brings us the news that performance problems can't stop a game from selling, with Assassin's Creed Unity debuting at a strong second in the UK charts. DriveClub and Halo: The Master Chief Collection are getting less broken by the day, with Sony willing to hand out some throwaway content packs by way of apology, while Elite Dangerous has now been broken ahead of launch thanks to the bizarre decision to remove its offline mode.
Seriously, as practically every new game launches with server or connectivity problems, Dave Braben decides to force players to use them in a game that worked perfectly fine offline on the freaking Amiga. Yes, I was a bit too young for the BBC Micro. Here are your headlines.
- Assassin's Creed Unity beats Halo in the UK charts | CoD still conquers all
- DriveClub: Sony giving out 'free' DLC to apologise | 5 new cars, 22 new events
- 343 Halo's matchmaking is improving, but still needs work | Check out the latest fixes
- Dragon Age Inquisition graphics comparison video | Not much in it, actually
- Elite Dangerous scraps offine mode, annoys backers | And me. This is idiotic.
In Case You Missed It...
- At A Glance: Roundup 10th - 16th November 2014 | Our week in review
- Are Ubisoft Taunting Gamers With Female Assassins in Unity? | Yes
- Assassin's Creed Unity survival tips | Buy all the microtransactions.