2015, the year in games: Rainbow Six Siege, Fallout 4

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2015, the year in games: Rainbow Six Siege, Fallout 4.

To say the video game industry hasn’t always been a model of inclusion and diversity is a bit like noticing that the sea’s wet or that Jeremy Hunt needs to be lowered quietly into a septic tank; it’s so blindingly obvious it’s hardly worthy of comment. Free weekend access starts later today at 3:01pm PST and will last through Sunday, December 20 at 9:01pm PST, although recruits can begin pre-loading the game right now through Uplay.LONDON, UK – December 18, 2015 – Today, Ubisoft ® announced a friend referral program for owners of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six ® Siege on Windows PC. Here are four that I believe have the ability to do so: Minecraft – Although this massively popular world-creation game has been around for years, it will be breaking new ground December 17th.

The free weekend will be part of a “friend referral program” which means that those who already have Rainbow Six Siege will be able to give their friends a key to the free weekend. Whether these recruits want to play 5 vs. 5 multiplayer, co-op Terrorist Hunt or one of the solo Situations, the entire game will be available to them for free this weekend without restrictions. Current players can send up to four Siege codes, and for each one that gets redeemed, they will earn a 24-hour Renown Boost (but not until “shortly after” this event ends). No word yet on when its brand new story mode will be coming to the WiiU, but cheers to Minecraft for accomplishing a feat very few games are capable of. A survey of the industry taken around the same time found that just 22% of game developers were women; that’s double the number in 2009 thanks to more open recruitment practices, but still tragically low.

Used daily by magazines, newspapers, TV, radio, online media and retailers worldwide, it offers a vast, constantly updated archive of press releases and assets, and is the simplest and most cost-effective way for PR professionals to reach the widest possible audience. Greater sophistication is emerging in other areas of gaming too, as technology frees the medium from having to limit character interactions to those involving live ammunition.

Instead, it had time to explore protagonists’ friendships and motivations in more nuanced ways and with far more pronounced consequences to your words and actions. Among the Sleep – Making the leap from PC to gaming console, Among the Sleep was released on PS4 the 8 of December and will supposedly be released on Xbox One later this month. The story progresses in fantastical ways, such as the talking teddy bear that plays the role of guide and companion, through its 2-5 hours of gameplay much which are meant to convey the perspective of a child during traumatic events. Indie studio The Chinese Room made its reputation with PC games such as Dear Esther, in which you explored a craggy Hebridean island while listening to a man read letters he’d written to his dead wife, and Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, a dark and atmospheric survival horror. A thoroughly English take on the end of the world – casting you as the last person left in a Shropshire village, and possibly the world – its 80s ephemera and perfectly pitched voice-acting made its mysteries a singular pleasure to unravel.

Likewise, Psyonix’s Rocket League, sold on the unprepossessing-sounding premise “football with cars”, has become a runaway hit that will no doubt spawn imitators and big-budget sequels. Meanwhile the most anticipated title of 2016 is Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky, a game that lets you explore the entire universe, made by a small team in Guildford. There’s a long way to go, but the days of video games as an exclusive club for simulated gun-toting adolescent boys are finally on their way round the U-bend of history.

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