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One of the highlights from this year's PAX East event was a huge standee for Ubisoft's upcoming Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, featuring plenty of action from the co-op side of things.  In the demo, players could team up to defend their home base from invading enemies on all sides, using their various tools of the trade, weapons and accessories alike, to their advantage as they got the jump on their adversaries.  This will be a huge part of the game when it ships later this month for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.


Today, Ubisoft revealed the official release date for their upcoming Ghost Recon game, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier. The long awaited squad based military shooter, which has been in development for well over three years. Will officially hit store shelves on May 22, 2012. Also confirmed was a  PC version, but at a later date.


It's almost time for the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 to kick off, a week filled with great new technology, including TV's, tablets, and video games.  What's more, some companies are introducing some interesting new gadgets alongside upcoming games.  Vuzix, for instance, is working closely with both Ubisoft and Nokia technology to produce special visionary eyewear for the upcoming game Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.  And it'll introduce it at the show this week.


Ever since they stormed Vegas (twice, natch), we were wondering what was going to become of the Rainbow Six franchise.  We knew that something was in the works, but just didn't know what as of yet.  Well, today we do, as Game Informer revealed some very minute details about its December cover star -- Rainbow Six: Patriots!  We've got the very first details here.


We already had to wait a painstakingly long time for Sam Fisher's return in last year's mostly impressive Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction, but now we're back on the waiting list for the next entry in the series, wondering where it's going to take us next.  Well, according to a foreign website and an unlikely source on the project, it could be coming our way much sooner than expected.

Now that E3 has come to an end and the dust has finally settled, it's time to look back at the press conferences this year to see how well each company did. First up on the list is Microsoft. After focusing a lot of their press conference last year on the Kinect, it would be fair to think that Microsoft would shift its focus back on core titles and possibly see the Kinect being featured in some, if not all, of those titles. For the most part, Microsoft did that and did it well, yet it still felt like something was missing in the end.

You can't miss the Ubisoft booth.  It's and open and usually has the loudest music and the most people dancing of any booth on the South Hall floor.  If they're not recruiting guests or employees to hit the stage for a demo of Just Dance 3, they're introducing a new musician, taught to play real guitar with the new Rocksmith game.

With games like Assassin's Creed and Prince of Persia, Ubisoft has quickly grown over the years to be one of the key publishers within the video game industry. As the only other publisher besides EA to have a major press conference at E3, there was a lot of expectations for solid titles we expected to see along with a surprise or two. Luckily, Ubisoft was able to live up to them as games like Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Far Cry 3 were part of Ubisoft's roster for this year's press conference.
Today marks the beginning of the video game industry's biggest event of the entire year, that being E3. The show is the platform where the biggest names in the industry come together to announce new games, show off new technology, and allow gamers a chance to get a hands-on preview of the biggest games in the coming years. This morning, Microsoft got the party started with its press conference at 9:30 this morning. With a lot of games featuring Kinect and new features added to XBox Live, Microsoft has a lot to look forward to beyond traditional video games.

As Sony promised, the Playstation Store is finally back online, and with an update. The update includes a huge lineup of downloadable games, demos, themes, and more. Playstation Plus has seen updates as well, including new discounts. For more info on the update, and what to expect in the store's immediate future, continue reading.

 As we get closer to the start of E3, more details emerge surrounding which games will be shown this year. While everyone continues to speculate as to what we can expect, Ubisoft has made that task a little bit easier. Today, Ubisoft sent out a press release, unveiling all of the titles that are scheduled to make an appearance at this year's E3.