During Ubisoft's conference call, chief executive officer Yves Guillemot and chief financial officer Frédérick Duguet talked about upcoming releases.
Watch Dogs and Assassin’s creed is 2 out of the 3.
That pirate game might be the third. Skull&Bones, was it?
Ubisoft wants to talk about their games... meanwhile The Bid M and S are staring each other down in the dusty street in front of the saloon. Fingers twitching and sweat rolling into their eyes.
Gods and Monsters, Rainbow Six Quarantine, Skull and Bones and Watch Dogs: Legion.
All will be crap. They haven't made a decent game since R6S
Gods and Monsters looks promising, but otherwise, you are correct.
I've enjoyed AC: Origins, Odyssey, Watch Dogs 2, and Far Cry 5 since R6S came out. Ah.....opinions.
All of them having the same template, bad writing, generic gameplay and shit optimization. Yes, if you like that, sure. They aren't bad because each individual game is bad. They are just a blob of mediocrity repeated over and over again which is what makes them bad.
Well....I like the template so I guess that answers that question, huh? As far as writing....come on. Decent writing in video games isn't exactly common, but it is good enough. Game play is fine for the most part. The optimization isn't good, I'll grant you. But yeah, I enjoyed the games, flaws and all. Every game doesn't have to be spectacular to be enjoyable. You have an absolute and narrow view on games, I think. Either it is great or it is crap. I don't think I could play video games if I had that outlook, frankly. Sounds miserable.
I mean, if devs cant write decently, thgen might as well not put the story in the game? Follow John Carmack's quote of "Story in a game is like story in a porn".... It's when game devs try to "eMoTiOnAlLy" impact me by shoehorning plot points is when I feel, meh. As for your second argument, yes every game does not need to be spectacular and I don't have a narrow lens is why I don't play these games. I play clunky games galore from Elex to Technomancer and enjoy them because they try to be something different without the budget that a company like Ubisoft has. I don't really care if a game is mediocre unless that mediocrity is repeated without any extra effort put in. And I have such a wide variety of games that I like- Hollow Knight, Divinity Original Sin, Witcher 3, Doom, Deus Ex etc. So many genres, I can't run out of games that focus on a certain aspect rather than create a pale imitation of what they are inspired from.
I find the story and writing in most games serviceable. Comparing it to porn writing is just silly, but that sounds like something Carmack would say. "I play clunky games galore from Elex to Technomancer and enjoy them because they try to be something different without the budget that a company like Ubisoft has. " Cool. So we both like games others have despised. Like I said originally. Opinions.
Hey Ubisoft, where the hell is Splinter Cell eh? We didn't see a Splinter Cell game this gen. Are you thinking of ways to monetize SplinterCell?
Can’t yearly churn it times have changed they just want games they can release yearly now not quality original ones sure sequel would be original game but damn sight better than releasing the same series year after year
2020 Watchdogs Legion Gods and Monsters Assassins Creed Ragnarok 2021 Beyond Good and Evil 2 Skull & Bones
Pretty easy to slam out 5 games when they are all the same
Don't forget the massive side orders offering of micro transactions. That's part of the deal.
I'm not sure on what these games are nore really care, with respect, but my backlog needs working on 1st. That being said, regardless of what these games are, to release 3 games so close together seems silly marketing to me. A larger time inbetween games means more game time to be enjoyed by us gamers on each game instead or rushing through it in anticipation of the next game. One game every 6 months or so allows for this but also allows for more polish on the next game/games in my opinion.
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