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  • Watch Rory Appleton conquer a level of Ubisoft's 'The Division'

    Video game columnist Rory Appleton pushes through the boss level of a basic side mission in "The Division." The latest Ubisoft shooter doesn't have much gameplay flare, but it is a solid, visually striking title.

Video game columnist Rory Appleton pushes through the boss level of a basic side mission in "The Division." The latest Ubisoft shooter doesn't have much gameplay flare, but it is a solid, visually striking title. Rory Appleton rappleton@fresnobee.com
Video game columnist Rory Appleton pushes through the boss level of a basic side mission in "The Division." The latest Ubisoft shooter doesn't have much gameplay flare, but it is a solid, visually striking title. Rory Appleton rappleton@fresnobee.com

Video Game Review: ‘The Division’ is a gorgeous, slightly dull online experience

March 11, 2016 10:55 AM

About Rory Appleton

Rory Appleton

@RoryDoesPhonics

A gaming guru, Rory Appleton tackles the hottest games and issues making news in the video game world. Email Rory at rappleton@fresnobee.com .