The big news today is that Microsoft has sold ten million Xbox One consoles. Hooray... wait, what? To retailers? Ah. Still a big number, but, erm, we'll need a new headline. So let's see what's happening in the wacky world of Assassin's Creed Unity.
Ubisoft has announced some major patches headed to their troubled release, aimed at fixing minor issues such as Arno "falling through the ground." No word on performance improvements as yet, but their stock prices have taken a severe dip ever since the embargo expired. In better news, though, Sony has announced a cloud-based TV service and Pillars Of Eternity's pre-order trailer is inducing an embarrassing amount of drool for us old-school RPG fans. Here's hoping it delivers.
- Microsoft sells-in 10 million Xbox Ones | Sales "on the rise," but no data yet
- Ubisoft outlines AC: Unity updates... | Ubisoft reacts to feedback
- ...but their stocks take a tumble | The market reacts to Ubisoft
- Amiibo figures can only hold data for one game at a time | Mission failed
- Halo: MCC matchmaking is still pretty broken | You're making me look stupid, 343
- Pillars Of Eternity mmm mmmyesss | Translation: trailer above
- Mario Kart DLC out now | Buy it or don't.
- PlayStation Vue brings TV to the cloud | As in, real catch-up TV
- The Last Federation gets huge expansion and free update | Review here.
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