Ghosts, grammar and tarmac: Simon Miller reveals the secrets Ubisoft don't want you to know about Ghost Recon Wildlands

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If there’s one thing gamers have had to guard against since the very dawn of triple-A game development, it’s marketing mistruths. Simon Miller takes this very seriously indeed, and has dedicated this week’s video to separating fact from fiction in Ubisoft’s latest exotic shoot ‘em up, Ghost Recon Wildlands. He definitely hasn’t made any of these up for the sake of having something to get all angry and veiny about.

Debating whether to buy the game on PC? Check out our Ghost Recon Wildlands tech review to see if it’s a worthy port.

So, what exactly have Ubisoft been secretive about? How about the total absence of ghosts, huh? And then there’s the setting, which is supposed to be a blend of Netflix’s Narcos and real-life Bolivia. Well, guess what? Bolivia has cities with tarmacked roads, and Narcos has a story that’s engaging and compelling. You can also expect the usual assortment of nerd-bashing jokes and references to Hulk Hogan - it’s The Miller Rapport, after all.

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9 Months ago

36 hours in and only 4 zones completed. Such a fun game. Its been a blast. Been playing it Coop with a friend and we just adore the game and the environments.

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9 Months ago

I have no idea what hes saying when he references the game as not having any tar macs. He apparently hasn't played much of the game. there are roads that are paved everywhere!!!

I wont even get into some of his other comments. its just endless-ranting from him.

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9 Months ago

Wow do you guys ever look at the feedback your getting on these "Miller Reports"? People get he's a character but it feels like in the end he is doing more damage to your brand than anything, I mean he get's some really high down votes.

Imo it's really not funny and makes your company kinda look like jerks. If you took some time to make some quality videos I bet you would do a lot better and get far less down votes. I mean this is really really bad your like the Jerry Springer of PC gaming sites.

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9 Months ago

I thought I'd finally see one of his videos since topic seemed interesting. Comments convinced me not to waste my time.

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