Ubisoft has revealed platform-exclusive pre-order bonuses for its ex-Wii U-exclusive platformer, Rayman Legends. While PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners will see Rayman dressed as Assassin’s Creed IV’s Edward Kenway and Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher respectively, Wii U’s character costume is questionable to say the least. Continue reading
Remember Castle Rock from the Rayman Legends demo? You leaped, punched and floated your way through an auto-scrolling level to a playful take on the song Black Betty. In the full game, which launches on Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 30th August, there’ll be a rendition of Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger for you to bounce along to. You can check it out in the latest trailer, below.
According to the latest trailer, which has been posted on Ubisoft’s YouTube channel, Watch_Dogs will be arriving across all platforms on 19th and 22nd November in North America and Europe respectively. Continue reading
Back when Cloudberry Kingdom was first revealed for Wii U and PC, developer Pwnee Studios announced that it’d be using Kickstarter to crowd-fund the challenging platformer – mainly due to the indie studio’s reluctance to pair with a publisher.
Almost a year after raising over $20,000, it’s now been confirmed that Ubisoft has stepped in to publish the game, and assist in porting it to other platforms – PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and Xbox 360. Similar to Rayman Legends, Cloudberry Kingdom will launch in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U sometime during Summer.
With regards to the Nintendo 3DS, a port for the handheld isn’t currently in the works, although Pwnee Studios’ team leader doesn’t rule out a conversion at some point in the future:
“It’s still in our minds, we would really love to do a 3DS port. I’m not giving up on it yet, I would say there’s still a chance.”
Source: Nintendo World Report
As announced last week, Ubisoft is bringing Splinter Cell: Blacklist to Wii U - alongside other high-profile releases Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch_Dogs. In this latest trailer, you can watch the series’ protagonist, Sam Fisher, brutally murder his adversaries using a number of stealthy techniques. Continue reading
Ubisoft has undoubtedly been Wii U’s biggest third-party supporter thus far into the system’s lifespan, with the like of Assassin’s Creed III and the exclusive ZombiU making the launch line-up, alongside the more casual Just Dance 4 and other party games. Continuing into the future, the publisher recently announced and confirmed a Wii U version of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, while a release date has now been given for Splinter Cell: Blacklist on Nintendo’s HD system. Continue reading
Are you still playing Ubisoft’s Wii U launch title, ZombiU? If you fire up the game – whether you’re in Europe or North America – you’ll be prompted to download and install an update. Continue reading
Introducing Edward Kenway, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’s début gameplay trailer shows off its ‘treacherous world’, through which you’ll be charting your own way on either Wii U, PC, PlayStation 3, 4 or Xbox 360 when the game launches in Europe on 1st November. Continue reading
Following countless rumours and leaks, Ubisoft has officially confirmed that Assassin’s Creed IV is on track to release later this year. Continue reading
Shown off during tonight’s PlayStation Meeting, Watch_Dogs has been confirmed as a launch title for PlayStation 4 (yes, that’s a thing now), alongside versions for Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. Continue reading