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News Ubisoft demos hieroglyphic translation tool

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  1. bit-tech

    bit-tech Supreme Overlord Staff Administrator

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    'At Ubisoft, our mission, obviously, is to entertain. But more than that, our will really is to enrich peoples' lives,' explains Ubisoft's Pierre Miazga of the project's inception. 'That is why, more than developing a videogame, we became convinced that we had a role to play in research.'

    Oh honestly Pierre, f*ck that. Just say you did it because it was fun and spare us this sickening drivel about enriching other peoples' lives! How much does inserting addictive collect-em-up mechanics into every rehashed iterative game "enrich peoples' lives" exactly?
     
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    Every Ubisoft game is just a big map full of busy work and collectibles. It has been this way since Ass Greed 2. I am amazed people buy their games anymore. Then again, I am amazed people buy the CoD drivvel that is put out each year too.
     
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    perplekks45 LIKE AN ANIMAL!

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    TOM CLANCY'S THE DIVISION 2™ - PHOENIX SHIELD COLLECTOR'S EDITION for just €240. People are insane nowadays. All they're getting for this is a statue of some random in-game character, a DVD steelbox, an artwork book (pretty renders on A5 paper in a booklet basically), and a few in-game items. Yeah... brilliant.

    Then again, people keep buying Fifa, Madden, CoD, Ass Creed, Battlefield et al. no matter how awful they are. Sheep, most of them.
     
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