Outland and Clash of Heroes on XBLA drove Ubi's digital sales growth

We were sitting here feeling bad about Child of Eden -- those sales numbers really cut into the "hope and happiness" vibe we were getting from the game -- when we got some happier news about two other beautiful games published by Ubisoft.

In its fiscal Q1 2012 sales release (PDF), Ubisoft declared a 45% increase in "online sales," up to €12.5 million. It highlighted two games as having "performed well": the XBLA versions of Outland and Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes. The PSN versions, of course, were unavailable for most of the quarter, and thus probably didn't do as well.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.