Ubisoft looks for more female players -- Alive coming to Wii

Nikki Inderlied
N. Inderlied|09.11.06

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Ubisoft looks for more female players -- Alive coming to Wii

Ubisoft is shaping up to be one of our favorite companies. Their fresh and innovative view of games and this industry as a whole has impressed us time and time again. Plus, they seem to be female friendly seeing as how their US office was headed by a woman named Christine Burgess-Quémard and they are also the parents of the lovable, kick ass gaming team, the Frag Dolls.

Something else Ubisoft is doing to make us like them more is develop awesome Wii games. Rayman Raving Rabbids, Splinter Cell, Far Cry and their newest take on earthquakes and how to survive them -- Alive.

Not much has been revealed about Alive and it was only recently confirmed by Yves Guillemot in an interview with International Herald Tribune. Alive doesn't focus so much on shooting as it does on character survival. How this is going to attract more female gamers we aren't certain but it is definitely something to find out.

[Via IGN]

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