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  • GameHorizon secures Ubisoft, Paradox, Epic and more

    Annual convention GameHorizon has signed up Bossa Studios, Epic Games, GameStick, Paradox Interactive and Ubisoft. GamesIndustry reports Ubisoft Reflections managing director Pauline Jacquey will give the opening keynote, and Paradox CEO Fredrik Wester will give a session on niche gaming. The event is sponsored by CCP and Epic Games among others; it takes place at […]

  • Edmondson brothers' Thumbstar moves into China

    Video game industry veterans Gareth and Martin Edmondson have struck a deal that will enable their mobile games company, Thumbstar, to distribute games in China, whilst protecting IP copyright.

  • Ubisoft Reflections hiring for Watch Dogs development

    Guess which UK developer is working on Ubisoft’s hot new IP? And needs more staffers to do it? Yes, it’s the one in the headline.

  • Driver: San Francisco now available digitally for Mac

    Macgamestore.com has announced Driver: San Francisco is now available through its web site as a digital download purchase. Developed by Ubisoft Reflections, the Deluxe Edition features four new challenges in single-player and three extra cars for multiplayer: the 1963 Aston Martin D85, the 1972 Lamborghini Miura, and the 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 for $34.95. The […]

  • LinkedIn CV shows new Kinect title from Ubisoft Reflections

    A new Kinect title is being made at Ubisoft Reflections in Newcastle, according to a LinkedIn CV, tweeted by Superannuation. The profile of Joss Scouler mentions he’s working on the “confidential” project as lead artist. Nothing else is mentioned. Ubisoft Reflections’ last effort Driver: San Francisco for PS3, 360, Wii and PC.

  • Driver: San Francisco 360 update goes live

    Ubisoft’s released a new update for Driver: San Francisco on Xbox 360, mainly aimed on balancing online gameplay. Players will now be able to use Shift efficiently if they are only just joining an online match. Online tag has also been been balanced. More details are on CVG.

  • UK charts: Driver held off top spot by Deus Ex

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution has kept hold of the top of the UK charts, fending off Driver: San Francisco.

  • Driver: San Francisco gets movie director trailer ahead of Friday's release

    Ubisoft’s sent out a brand new video of Driver: San Francisco, as the Reflections reboot prepares to launch in the UK this week. The clip featured the movie director mode, something which has become a normal standard feature in most Driver games since the series began. Get the video below the break. Driver: San Francisco […]

  • Driver: San Francisco Shift mechanic drove coma plot

    Driver: San Francisco’s unusual mechanics and “it was all a dream” plot were inspired in part by Google Earth.

  • Driver: San Francisco PC delayed

    The PC release of Driver: San Francisco has been pushed back a few weeks, while a Mac version has gone more seriously AWOL.

  • Driver: San Francisco promo talks up demo

    To celebrate the release of Driver: San Francisco’s single player demo – which you can get right now – Ubisoft has released a short promo trailer reminding you why you’d quite like to play it, even though it’s bereft of the ‘quite chaotic and like the Matrix’ multiplayer modes. Check it out through the break. […]

  • Get your shift together - Driver multiplayer hands-on

    In a little over a month’s time Ubisoft is hoping to restore the Driver brand to its former glory. VG247 spends time with the multiplayer and Martin Edmonson to see how it’s ticking over.

  • Driver dev diary details "game-changing" Shift

    Ubi’s stuck up a new dev diary for Driver: San Francisco, explaining the game’s Shift feature, which allows the player to take control of any vehicle he or she sees fit. You may think it’s mental, but it’s all down to a coma. Check it out below, and read more details on it in this […]

  • Driver San Francisco's multiplayer is "chaotic", "Matrix"-like

    Driver: San Francisco’s key feature – shifting from one car to another – has had some interesting implications for the game’s multiplayer.

  • Driver: San Francisco trailer introduces some sweet rides

    Probably there is a plot and characters and such in Driver: San Franciso, but mainly I’m interested in driving around too quickly. Who isn’t? This latest trailer introduces the game’s most important personalities – the cars. Check it out through the break. Driver: San Francisco is due on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 at the […]

  • Driver: San Francisco dated for September 2 in UK

    Ubisoft’s confirmed that Driver: San Francisco will launch in the UK on September 2.

  • Reflections readies return of "iconic" Driver

    Driver: San Francisco is the return of a franchise that, Reflections assures us, rubs shoulders with the likes of PlayStation legends Tomb Raider and Resident Evil. Impressions, new video, images.

  • Report - Ubisoft Reflections set to be reorganised, layoffs possible

    According to a Develop report, at least 19 people may be laid off or not have contracts renewed at Ubisoft Reflections.

  • Driver: San Francisco shots are "frantastic"

    Give us a break on the headline. It’s the most painfully dull slow news day ever.

  • Corre: No new IP from Ubisoft until next-gen

    Ubisoft Europe MD Alan Corre has said the publisher isn’t planning to release any new IPs until the next generation of consoles.

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