Uber Ubisoft Ubidays video roundup

Ludwig Kietzmann
L. Kietzmann|05.24.07

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Ubisoft's Ubidays event in Paris spawned almost as many video trailers as it did announcements. Thanks to the wonders of embeddable streaming video, we're able to put them all in a single post for your viewing pleasure and/or displeasure, depending on the game.

Naruto: Rise of a Ninja (Xbox 360)

Loosely based on the 837,212 episodes of popular anime, Naruto, this cel-shaded action game seems to strongly encourage you to leap through trees, punch older men and generally behave like a ninja who's under the constant scrutiny of kids. No sudden decapitations like that other guy.

Haze (PS3)

Leading on the PlayStation 3 platform, Haze is set to feature everything you could possibly desire from a first-person shooter -- big guns, tough guys and, uh, tough guys with big guns.

Rayman: Raving Rabbids 2 (Wii, DS)


Tom Clancy's Endwar (PC, Xbox 360, PS3)

The fully voice-controlled armadas enable you to destroy your opponents with elegance and eloquence.
"Attack the enemy base."
"Okay, sir, I'll cut off my face."
"NO! Attack the enemy base!"
"I'll enter a footrace."
"I'm switching to the control pad."

Brothers in Arms 3: Highway to Hell Hell's Highway (PC, Xbox 360, PS3)

In war, you may think you're living easy and living free, but it's a season ticket on a one-way ride. War doesn't need reason, doesn't need rhyme. There's nothing you'd rather do than going down to that party time. Your friends are going to be there too.

Splinter Cell: Conviction (Xbox 360)

We've never seen Sam Fisher like this. In Conviction, he infiltrates crowds, hurls people over counters and blows up hot dog stands... which we can only presume contain nefarious terrorist hot dogs.

Assassin's Creed (PC, Xbox 360, PS3)

This superb trailer for the medieval assassin sim makes us ponder the use of a modern soundtrack in the final game. If it could create a similar anachronistic atmosphere as the one presented in the above video, it would be most effective indeed.
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