It’s no surprise that Ubisoft love Nintendo and their shiny new Wii U, but what exactly are they working on?
We have been extremely happy with the functionality of the console and the use.
What is really interesting is the fact that we have this tablet that allows us to bring totally new gameplay, and also brings the possibility to have a lot more social functionalities, because you can have now a screen to play asynchronously with your friends, to receive challenges and to really have a screen to communicate with your friends. That is going to help tremendously the experience in video games.
We feel that the more we grow, the more use we will have for social functions in our games. And the new gameplays – a lot have been invented in other platforms, so there are lots of new ideas that will come to console. So that will help to bring new games with good functionalities, and be very good in turn at usage.
So all this tells us that the machine can have a great success, because it will bring to families a good machine. And this will be for gamers but also for all the social games that are generally sold on the Wii. Going after those two types of populations will give a good chance for that machine to have a great success. Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft CEO
What could their seven titles be?…
Five Casual Titles?
Avengers: Battle For Earth
Lady Gaga: The Experience
Two Core Titles?
Assassin’s Creed III
Killer Freaks From Outer Space
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Online
Hmm, thats nine titles right there, something tells me its all currently up in the air? It’s not as if it would be unlike Ubisoft to rush unfinished titles to launch?
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