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With 2015 well and truly gone the Flickering Myth Gaming Team look towards 2016 and take a punt at what games are really going to rock 2016….
In this second Flickering Myth Gaming Podcast, both Tom Roach and Tom Powter bring you the news on Tom Clancy’s The Division and also the news that Smash Bros will be arriving on the latest Nintendo Nx . You’ll then be hearing what the individual members of the Flickering Myth Gaming Team picked as their most anticipated video game of 2016; before T&T break down their own list.
You can check out the full Flickering Myth Gaming Team Top 5 most anticipated video games of 2016 here.
What do you think about the Flickering Myth Gaming Team 2016 choices? Do you have a game on your list that we’ve completely overlooked?
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With Tom Clancy’s The Division just around the corner, currently set with a release date of March 8th, those lucky enough to come out of the Closed Beta are still smiling at what they’ve just witnessed. Our own Mike McGrath gave us a first impression write-up here at Flickering Myth, if you’ve yet to take a look inside of Ubisoft’s post-apocalyptic, open-world, third–person RPG survival shooter.
The Division’s world has now become even bigger for those that are considering taking a step into the bleak, virus ridden New York City, as Ubisoft has unveiled their website that will be running alongside the game, which will be powered by you the players. Titled Community Intelligence this site is the place to go to check out and post videos, respond to community posts, admire your medals and badges and also to keep up with the developers »
Mike Mc Grath with some first impressions of Tom Clancy’s The Division…
Tom Clancy’s: The Division is Ubisoft’s second attempt at an Mmo style game and after playing around with the beta all weekend, I can safely say its their best although it does still have its issues. The video below has the same content as this article but if you’re one of unlucky ones not to get into the beta or still haven’t decided if the game is for you, I’d advise giving it a watch just to see what the gameplay and mechanics actually look like.
The Division is a cover-based Third Person Shooter RPG. Players can earn access to certain powers and abilities which are split into three skill lines; security, medical and technology. As of the beta players can access a sticky bomb (security), a pulse that identifies and highlights »
- Mike Mc Grath
The release of Tom Clancy’s newest game, The Division, is drawing closer, with Ubisoft’s third person shooter taking aim at a March 8th launch date. Having been in development for over three years now, anticipation is certainly high for this one, and it’s not hard to see why.
The game takes place in New York in the wake of a “devastating pandemic that sweeps through the city. Basic services fail one by one, and without access to food or water, everything quickly descends into chaos.” You’ll play as an agent of The Division, which will allow you to “specialize, modify, and level up your gear, weapons, and skills to take back New York on your own terms.”
To celebrate the game’s upcoming release, we’re giving away a copy on a platform of your choice. To be in with a chance to win, simply use the widget below. »
- Matt Joseph
It turns out that Ubisoft has a step-by-step plan for life after the Division story mode and we know what it is! Come inside for details on Tom Clancy's The Division's Expansions.
Ubisoft's multi-year project, Tom Clancy's The Division, is finally coming out on March 8th, 2016. The game's story mode follows a group of soldiers, known as The Division, as they try to maintain order in New York City after a massive outbreak has killed most of the world's population.
However, that's just part of the story.
Today, Ubisoft has announced plans for their post-launch expansions for after the story mode is completed. They'll be releasing some free updates that will skew to group oriented missions with unique rewards. Although, the real meat of the expansions will come from the paid Dlc's or Season Pass.
Upon purchase of the Season Pass, Gamers will be rewarded with a special »
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In the highly-anticipated video game “Tom Clancy’s The Division,” Ubisoft teamed up with Devin Supertramp, RocketJump and Corridor Digital to create trailers as origin stories for their characters.
The video game plot involves a smallpox pandemic that spreads on Black Friday by virus-infected banknotes. The U.S. government collapses within days and chaos ensues as everyone fights for access to food, water and medicine. Agents in the video game are part of Strategic Homeland Division (Shd), self-sufficient tactical soldiers, who must solve the worldwide conspiracy and combat those who released the virus threat.
The current release date will be March 8. It will be available on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Check out the action-packed trailers below.
Source: YouTube »
- Gig Patta
Accompanying the release of a series of live action trailers for the game, Ubisoft have already started offering in-game gear for Tom Clancy’s The Division. Those of you who’ll be playing the title in North American regions can get your hands on four in-game outfits, simply by heading to the official website.
The four outfits, which you can see images of in the shot below, are themed as Paramedic, Firefighter, Police and Hunter. Each one has a unique look and seems to come with a different weapon type and supply bag for your use in the game. To unlock these, head to the game’s site as suggested above and enter the code: Agentorigins.
This code is a nod toward the new live action trailers appearing for The Division, which have been created by Ubisoft in partnership with a number of YouTube creators. CorridorDigital, devinsupertramp and RocketJump have »
- Gareth Cartwright
Ubisoft will promote its upcoming video game Tom Clancy’s The Division by way of a short film produced in collaboration with several well-known YouTube channels. The French video game developer teamed with Devin Graham (aka Devinsupertramp), RocketJump, and Corridor Digital to create the short film Agent Origins and generate interest in The Division ahead of its launch on March 8, 2016.
Agent Origins follows the story of four active-duty agents in The Division as they fight to save New York City after a pandemic released on Black Friday slowly starts to destroy the metropolis. The live-action title was developed by Ubisoft and produced by Corridor Digital alongside Devinsupertramp and RocketJump. Agent Origins is split into four different episodes, with one living on each of the three YouTubers’ channels and one living on Ubisoft’s official channel. The Division-inspired project will also get an extended cut release on Amazon Prime Instant Video »
- Bree Brouwer
Microsoft announced today that they are going to be bundling one of the most anticipated (and long awaited) titles of the year with their one terabyte system. Jump in after the cut to learn about the huge news!
Fans of the Tom Clancy series are going to be excited to learn that The Division will be bundled and released starting on March 1st. We've been getting teasers and trailers for the game for the last few years at E3 with no definitive release time table (but has made our most anticipated games list for a few years now!), but it seems like we're going to finally be rewarded for our patience!
Microsoft also announced that if you're in the Us and preorder the bundle, players will recieve early access to the closed beta that will be launcing in January 28th. Check with local retailers to check on availability and for »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Katy Barber)
Today, we learn that Tom Clancy's: The Division is much more than just a mission based shooter with the new trailer released by Ubisoft! Take a look!
The long-awaited Tom Clancy game is getting ever closer. In preparation for its release, Ubisoft felt it would be appropriate to release a new trailer to get us ready to join The Division.
Tom Clancy’s The Division Tm is a ground-breaking RPG experience that brings the genre into a modern military setting for the first time. In the wake of a devastating pandemic that sweeps through New York City, basic services fail one by one, and without access to food or water, the city quickly descends into chaos. As an agent of The Division, you’ll specialize, modify, and level up your gear, weapons, and skills to take back New York on your own terms. Tom Clancy’s The Division will be available on Xbox One, »
- email@example.com (Matt Malliaros)
Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Tom Clancy’s The Division, which gives us our best look yet at the upcoming open-world shooter, which we recently named as one of our five most anticipated video games of 2016. Check it out here…
A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, Division agents are trained to operate independently in order to save society. When society falls, your mission begins.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is set for release on March 8th 2016. »
- Gary Collinson
“If there’s any chance of putting the pieces of our city back together, then this is all up to you”. That’s the tease that Tom Clancy’s The Division gives to players in its new ‘Agent Journey’ trailer. The new footage blends cinematic finesse with gameplay action to demonstrate even more of what you can expect once the game releases in March.
So if you weren’t excited about anything you’ve seen of The Division before now, then it’s likely you will be after checking out the brand new clip above. The voiceover reintroduces the basic premise of the narrative at the beginning, before going on to explain just how important all of the regularly touted features will be in helping you truly get to grips with the experience.
From character progression to neat, intricate teamwork, everything we’ve been told will be important in The »
- Gareth Cartwright
In a holiday season absolutely brimming with shooters, Ubisoft has dropped one of the most unique in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege. In keeping with the spirit of the franchise -- a franchise that's been around since the late 1990s -- Rainbow Six takes a collection of counter-terrorism specialists from different nations, and mashes them together into the ultimate anti-terrorism unit. While the premise of the game is relatively simple, the beauty of R6 comes from the fact that planning missions is just as important as executing them, and using the right operative for the right job is paramount. Also, there are no life packs, or shields, and damage is just that: damage. You get one life bar, and when it's depleted, your game ends. Lastly, dead is dead. If you lose an operative in a mission, that person is gone for good (and has to be repurchased with renown, »
Being a gamer ain’t cheap, is it? With the ever-increasing price of software and hardware, it’s no surprise there’s still people out there who haven’t picked up an Xbox One PlayStation 4. If it’s the latter you’re after, you’ll have to wait for Sony to cut you a deal, but in the meantime, Microsoft are doing their part to make their console look as attractive as possible.
Starting from today, the company have begun shipping two new bundles to retailers, offering special deals to those who are still on the prowl for a bargain. Check out the details for both below.
Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle
In partnership with Ubisoft, we’re thrilled to offer the new Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle, shipping to retailers in most regions starting today and featuring a 1Tb hard drive, »
- Joe Pring
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