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Ubisoft blazes third party trail for Nintendo

Alisha Karabinus
August 4, 2006
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So, uh, remember when people were talking about Nintendo and that whole hate they supposedly had on for anyone unfortunate enough to be not-them? Yeah ... someone forgot to ship that memo over to Ubisoft, because not only are they planning to develop a veritable slew of games for the innovative console, they've promised seven just for the launch window:

  • Red Steel
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids
  • Far Cry
  • Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII
  • GT Pro Series
  • Open Season
  • Monster 4x4 World Circuiit

And it's not just games they're working on. In an interview with IGN, Ubisoft's North American president, Laurent Detoc, dropped a bomb on their new racing game. "We're working," he said, "to include an accessory in GT Pro Series that will make this game a must have." Well, since you put it so nicely, we already want it.

After all this, Ubisoft is so glued to the Wii that we feel a particular spiritual brotherhood with them and extend the hand of fanboy love. Welcome to the club, folks. Over here, life is sweet. Viva la revolution Wii!

[Thanks to Cabbage and vidGuy!]


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