NWR is reporting that, according to Ubisoft, the release of Rayman Legends on the Wii U and other platforms has been bumped up from September to August 30th in Europe …
According to Gamespot, Ubisoft is planning on releasing the Rayman Legends Challenge Mode for the Wii U this Thursday. Ubisoft already said the mode would come by the ‘end of …
Damn you Ubisoft!! You made the Pikachu angry!!
Guillemot to transform Ubisoft with movie, TV and sports projects
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has detailed his future vision for the company, as he transforms the French outfit from …
There has been some criticism about the quality of titles that Ubisoft has coming. In my opinion, the criticism is almost fully justified.
The true of the matter is this, the Wii is a very different console than what most games developers are used to. The Wii has managed to make a huge success from having games on it that just would not work on a conventional console. The Wii has also managed to increase the market share to a huge group of people that are not that interested in gaming. With Wii Sports, Wii Fit and all manner of games built for family play, Nintendo know who they are marketing for and it is not die hard gamers. If you look at the most successful Wii games, they are not amazing new AAA games, they are predominantly family orientated games/alternative games.