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E3 2015 Ubisoft Conference Thread: June 15th 11:00 PM BST


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I really would be excited about a new PoP. The Sands of Time formula still works well for me. A reboot could see it move more towards new Tomb Raider territory - grittier, better combat. But most of all still focusing on the room based puzzle platforming.

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I've got a bad feeling about R6 and The Division I expect both to be paired back in terms of features and content I'm hoping that's not the case. I also think at this point Assassins Creed is on a downward slide that only a few years off the market can hope to fix.

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Really hope they do a new Rayman. Both Origins and Legens are brilliant games and in some instances put Nintendo's platforming efforts to shame.

They're good games, but not Tropical Freeze good. :)

A new SC could be nice, Blacklist was one of their better AAA releases in recent years.

Ubisoft does good conferences since they ditched Mr Cafeine, but most of their games don't really appeal to me. Division has potential though.

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I've never got on with Ubisoft games. Christ knows I've tried.

I haven't played one since either BG&E or the third Splinter Cell, whenever that was, I just don't like the cut of their jib as a company, and that's saying something in an industry chock full of shits like this one. That said, I'm totes tuning in purely because Aisha has been the best thing about E3 for a couple of years running now, she rules.

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