Tag Archives: michel ancel
Wed, Mar 02, 2011 | 11:09 GMT
Microsoft’s now added Ubisoft’s Beyond Good and Evil HD to its House Party line-up. The title, now available on Xbox Live Arcade, will set you back 800 MS points and comes in at a hefty 1.68Gb. Buy it, play as Jade with her pig friend Pey’j, love it and then demand for the whereabouts of Beyond Good and Evil 2. It’s all good.
Queue it up here.
Thu, Aug 19, 2010 | 20:47 BST
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has said work on Beyond Good & Evil 2 has never stopped, and the team is continuing to hammer away on it.
Tue, Jul 06, 2010 | 12:35 BST
Ubisoft will release the first episode of Rayman Origins this Christmas for PS3 and 360.
Fri, Jun 25, 2010 | 06:56 BST
Good news first: Beyond Good & Evil 2 is definitely alive. If Ubisoft corporate’s overly indulgent “yes” didn’t convince you, perhaps a reassuring pat on the back from series creator Michel Ancel will do the trick.
Now the not-quite-so-good news: Ancel has big, big plans for the game, but he wants to carry them out with a tiny team. Translation: more waiting. A lot more waiting.
Fri, May 28, 2010 | 03:02 BST
“Hello, sir. Yes, and if you’ll just sign right here…”
“Um, excuse me, but what are you delivering, exactly?”
“Why, it’s the rain you ordered, of course. For your parade.”
Fri, Apr 03, 2009 | 07:04 BST
Ubisoft’s Michel Ancel has told All Gamers that Beyond Good and Evil 2 will be bigger, more immersive and include more investigations.
Loads of returning characters are expected, and it’ll retain the spirit of the first game, the developer said.
Ancel also mentioned that due to the constraints of PS2′s Emotion Engine last time out, the firm did not make the game the way it was envisioned. That’s all changed for the sequel, he said.
The game’s currently in pre-production, so it’s going to be a while before a concrete release date is announced along with platforms.
Fri, May 16, 2008 | 07:33 BST
According to this JeuxVideo story, Michel Ancel has apparently confirmed that Beyond Good & Evil 2 has been in production for the past year, but Ubisoft isn’t decided on whether or not to move into a production phase.
The story says that between 10-12 people are working on the game.
Don’t blame us if some of this is lost in translation.
Beyond Good & Evil was probably the most criminally ignored videogame in living memory, a genre-busting adventure involving political intrigue, photo-journalism and a hovercraft. Please, in the names of all the baby Jesuses, make this game.