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Rayman Legends 3DS hasn’t been “ruled out,” says Ubisoft

Rayman Legends may eventually land on 3DS once some technical hurdles are jumped over, according to Ubisoft executive Alain Corre.

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  • Ubisoft still believes in Vita, Wii U

    Neither Sony’s latest handheld nor Nintendo’s newest console have gained much ground in the last year, but notoriously new hardware-friendly Ubisoft believes both Vita and Wii U are worth pursuing.

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  • Watch Dogs aiming to compete with Grand Theft Auto

    Watch Dogs is hoping to snaffle a few slices of Grand Theft Auto’s open-world pie, and Ubisoft expects the near-future effort’s connected features to grant it an edge.

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  • Ubisoft finds success with casual, freemium

    In 2010, 40 percent of Ubisoft’s revenue came from its casual games lines – and it sees huge growth in the free to play market.

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  • Splinter Cell Conviction console exclusivity was "a logical step," says Ubisoft

    Alain Corre, executive director of Ubisoft, has said the decision to make Splinter Cell Conviction an Xbox 360 console exclusive was a “logical step” for the company. “It was a decision that we took many years ago,” he told GI. “It’s been an ongoing process. “For us when we decided to do that many years […]

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  • Ubisoft considering I Am Alive sequels

    Speaking to MCV, Ubisoft executive director Alain Corre has confirmed the firm is considering sequels to DarkWorks survival horror I Am Alive – despite the fact the game’s never even been seen in public. “Yes [we are considering sequels]. Clearly, when we are creating a franchise, it’s a long-term process. We want to keep it […]

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  • E3 not appropriate at this time of year, says Ubi

    Speaking with GI, Ubisoft executive director Alain Corre has said that he feels that date and location of E3 doesn’t adequately reflect the importance of the event. “For E3, it’s very important to be there, and to present the games, because even though it’s much, much smaller than it used to be, still the American […]

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