Ubisoft refuses to offer India price concessions, Soul Calibur IV denied release

By Patrick Garratt, Sunday, 6 July 2008 19:30 GMT

According to this AngryPixel report, Soul Calibur IV won’t be releasing in India because distributor Ubisoft’s refusing to drop prices for the market.

Indian games distributor e-Xpress said it won’t be buying in the title because of Ubisoft’s stance, and fears – in India, at least – are now that many future Ubisoft games may be blocked from release in the country. Including Fallout 3.

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