Earlier this week you might have seen Wes' post about hitting a potentially game-breaking bug after 91 hours spent playing Fallout 4.
I think it's fair to say that Bungie has had an interesting time of late. First, there came the controversy over the Taken King Collector's Edition making certain content unavailable to existing players without purchasing the game a second time. Then came a cross-promotion with Red Bull, asking players to purchase special promotional cans of the energy drink to access an extra mission in The Taken King expansion.
Parkour always looks pretty cool when you watch clips of real-life people with a camera strapped to their forehead make an attempt at it on YouTube. Unfortunately - discounting perhaps one exception - it never seems all that empowering or intuitive when developers try to recreate those moves in-game. Third-person games like Assassin's Creed seem to get it right, so what are first-person parkour titles doing wrong? Our new senior video producer Johnny Chiodini investigates, hopefully while managing to not look down.
Ah, a new Assassin's Creed comes but once a year, so today's surely a day to savour if you're a fan of Ubisoft's series. Our review of Unity, the first Assassin's to be built with the new generation of consoles solely in mind, will be going live at 5pm GMT, and once you've finished devouring it you may as well head back here for our livestream of the game. Ian Higton will be playing the PS4 version, and because he loves all platforms equally he'll be giving away some Xbox One versions of the game throughout the course of his stream. Join him, why don't you.
Warning: Although this video does not include specific story spoilers, it does occur around halfway through the game and is by its nature slightly spoilerific, so if you don't want to know anything about it then don't read the description or watch it below!
Assassin's Creed Unity! It's a new Assassin's Creed game, which can be quite hard to get excited about these days now that it's hardly an irregular occurrence - there's two of the blighters this year.
Which Assassin's Creed game are you most looking forward to this year? I can't wait for all of them, even if I've totally lost count of how many there are. It's just two, right?
Assassin's Creed fans have been filming themselves leaping over railings and vaulting walls since Ubisoft's series first began, but this new video starring four would-be Assassins may be one of the best efforts yet.