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Sometimes, a new twist on an old franchise is all it takes to find success in the game industry. Nintendo’s learned this for years with its Mario and Zelda games, and continued to use this business practice with last week’s reveals at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, including the return of the fan favorite Metroid Prime and StarFox franchises.
However, Ubisoft seemingly made a bigger impact than most, with the kind of games that truly appealed to every kind of audience it could cater to, using a mixture of old and new franchises alike. We previously covered everything the company had to offer in its press conference recap, but here’s a general rundown of all of its featured franchises, and there are plenty of familiar favorites included.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: With the introduction of a new 1900’s London locale, a new gang element to make certain fights more interesting, and a pair of male and female assassin siblings to choose from, Syndicate is one of the first Assassin’s Creed games to get excited about in a long time.
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