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I’ve heard people make the case that Uno was the Xbox 360’s first “must-have” game, and in a lot of ways, they’re right on the money. The Xbox 360’s library was fairly sparse in Spring 2006, so jumping online and playing a few hands of Uno was great fun. Today, Ubisoft is bringing Uno back for another go-round on the Xbox One.
Also available from Ubisoft this week is Grow Up, a new platformer for the Xbox One. Grow Up stars a lovable robot named BUD and he has to collect the missing pieces from his “parental spaceship” and make it back to the moon.
Finally this week, Milestone is back with Valentino Rossi, another game in their growing stable of racing simulators. This time, Xbox One owners will be able to take part in the entire 2016 MotoGP season, while also reliving the high points from Rossi’s career.
More information on all of these games (and a few other new releases) can be found after the break. (more…)
There’s a nice mix of new games available to download from the PlayStation Store this week. So let’s get right too it…
Inversus is a minimalist overhead shooter for the PS4 that ties your path of movement and attack to a black-and-white grid. Single-player and multiplayer options (both local and online) will give players plenty of opportunities for competition.
Also available this week is Grow Up, a PS4 platformer from Ubisoft that stars BUD, “an adorable yet clumsy, stumbling, tumbling robot.” And speaking of Ubisoft, the publisher will also bring a new version of Uno, everyone’s favorite card game, to the PS4 this week.
Finally this week, Codemasters is giving the green light to their latest open wheel racing simulator, F1 2016. It’ll be available for the PS4 on Friday, August 19.
More information on all of these games (and a few other new releases) can be found after the break. And a complete rundown of this week’s new add-ons and discounts is available at the PlayStation Blog. (more…)
Believe it or not, Uno was one of the first big hits for the Xbox 360. The classic card game was perfect for online play, and it’ll return to consoles and the PC this August as Ubisoft has announced plans to release a new version of the game.
Set to launch on August 9 for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One, Uno will include online multiplayer, themed decks, house rules, and video chat support:
Uno makes its return to consoles and PC with an assortment of exciting features such as added video chat support and an all new theme system which adds more fun to enjoy your Uno game!
Match cards either by matching color or value and play action cards to change things up. Race against others to empty your hand before everyone else in either Classic Play or customize your experience with a variety of House Rules and match settings to ensure you and your friends never play the same game twice!
Also, get ready to shake things up with new branded themes introducing never-before-seen Theme Cards that really change the way you play the game!
A few screenshots for Uno can be found at the game’s official website.