Trackmania debuted in 2003, and in the decade-plus since has evolved from a silly little confection to a gorgeous, stupidly-fast arcade racing game with a thriving online community. The latest addition to the series,Trackmania Turbo, was announced earlier this year and slated to come out in either November or December. Today, however, Ubisoft announced that it’s decided to delay the game into early 2016. Continue reading TRACKMANIA TURBO

Multiplayer Ships Coming Right to Elite:Dangerous

Elite: Dangerous developer Frontier announced on Friday that multi-crew ships and an avatar creator will be part of its new season of DLC, dubbed Horizons, in 2016. We already knew that the galaxy-sized flight sim would introduce planetary landings later this year, but ships crewed by groups of players has also been high on players’ wishlist since the game arrived on Kickstarter in 2012. Continue reading Multiplayer Ships Coming Right to Elite:Dangerous

Rainbow Six Siege Excludes Single Player Campaign

I’ve played numerous Rainbow Six games.All of them  had single player campaign.But not this one,no single player campaign.Ubisoft decided to take the crown called greediest of all.And wear it proudly,indeed.Too much money involved – and you get five-hundredth or so, online game – which comes from this logic – we will make online game that is the prime gaming now,you cannot crack it,but  lots of people will be playing this because they want instant action, we’ll take your money anyway and it is a win win situation. Continue reading Rainbow Six Siege Excludes Single Player Campaign