Conquer the apocalypse in Ubisoft's survival RPG. For years the Tom Clancy titles have thrilled gamers worldwide with their tales of action, suspense and espionage. Whether it's Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon or Rainbow Six, the games bearing the name of the late author have been the stuff of gaming gold, with over 76 million games sold worldwide.Click here to read the full article
This sounds familiar — Michael Bay is developing a new story idea, acting as producer, with the possibility of directing depending on how things shake out. That’s the deal with UbiSoft’s Ghost Recon, and now for a project called Sabotage. Paramount just bought the pitch by Neal Bascomb based on his book proposal that tells [...]
Indie app developer, Vidya Gamer LLC today is proud to announce the launch of Crowded Fiction for iPad. Created by dyslexic video game maker, Joe Booth (FIFA, NEED FOR SPEED, Ghost Recon), Crowded Fiction is an innovative new eBook app that aims to get kids (aged 9+) passionate about reading.
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Someone at Ubisoft spilled some Splinter Cell into their Ghost Recon. The publisher has announced the weapons and gear used by Splinter Cell frontman Sam Fisher can now be used to customize characters in free-to-play shooter Ghost Recon Online.
The weapons and gear used by Sam Fisher in Splinter Cell: Blacklist are now available in Ubisoft's Ghost Recon Online. Ubisoft says the cross-over is inspired by the successful Assassin's Creed pack, which launched for the free-to-play...Show More Summary
Ubisoft has announced a Splinter Cell crossover for Ghost Recon online, letting you customize your character with Sam Fisher’s gear.
The weapons and gear of Sam Fisher are headed to Ghost Recon Online.
The television writing duo behind the short-lived comic-book adaptation of Human Target, Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia, have been double-tapped to bring Ubisoft's Ghost Recon franchise to the silver screen for Warner Bros., SlashFilm...Show More Summary
Michael Bay is producing this video game adaptation, which Ubisoft Motion Pictures is setting up at Warner Bros. [...]
A few months back, Michael Bay teamed up with video game maker Ubisoft to help them develop their massively popular Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon series into a movie that would hopefully prove the first in a franchise. Though he agreed to...Show More Summary
Whether or not Bay will direct or just produce remains to be seen, but the writers now on-board have an interesting pedigree. Read the full article on AICN Per Variety, Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia will be scripting the bigscreenification...Show More Summary
Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia have come on board to write the script for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, the Michael Bay adaptation that Ubisoft Motion Pictures has set up at Warner Bros. Bay will produce and could possibly direct after...Show More Summary
The Michael Bay-produced 'Ghost Recon' movie will be penned by Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia, the writers behind the adaptation of 'Y: The Last Man.'
Back in June Michael Bay was set to go on a covert mission with Ubisoft by signing on to develop “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon” into a potential film franchise at Warner Bros. and possibly direct. At the time of the … Continue reading ? The post ‘Ghost Recon’ Enlists Screenwriters For Movie Adaptation appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Among the many films that game publisher UbiSoft has developed from its own internal properties is Ghost Recon, based on concepts from Tom Clancy novels. The games feature an elite, ultra-high tech US military force. The film rights are at Warner Bros., with Michael Bay developing and producing. And now the Y: The Last Man and [...]
This will be music to some of your ears: the lead designer of Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, making a Kickstarter-funded, hardcore, tactical, co-op shooter and namechecking Rainbow Six and SWAT while he's at it. CLEAR! That game is...Show More Summary
Polygon has announced that a competition for the Free-to-Play shooter Ghost Recon Online will kick off on September 15th for North American and European players. Registration is open until September 15th, with the …
New weapons also set for release; player and developer committee being established. Ubisoft has teamed up with the European and North American Electronic Sports Leagues to deliver the free-to-play game's first worldwide competition.Click here to read the full article
This generation of consoles is drawing to a close and publishers are releasing bargain collections left and right to rack up some eleventh hour sales. Ubisoft, for example, plans to release Assassin's Creed and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon compilations on Xbox 360 this fall on the cheap.