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  • Blog Post: Patch Coming For Missing Rayman Legends Content On Vita

    Ubisoft has announced that the missing Invasion mode levels for the Vita version of Rayman Legends will be restored via a future patch. Gary Steinman, Ubisoft communications manager, said on the Ubisoft blog that the levels were not included due to "longer development time than expected," but... More
  • Blog Post: Early Work Has Begun On ZombiU 2

    The first ZombiU title might not have lived up to everyone's expectations, but for an at-the-time new system in the Wii U, you have to appreciate that developer Ubisoft Montpellier was at least trying. Hopefully some of the groundwork and lessons learned from the first game can carry over to what... More
  • Blog Post: Rayman Legends On Wii U Gets Online Challenge Mode Early

    Rayman fans on the Wii U were mad when the game was delayed to accomodate newly announced versions on the Xbox 360 and PS3, but to make amends Ubisoft and game developer Ubisoft Montpellier are offering the game's full online challenge mode early exclusively for Wii U fans. The challenge mode will... More
  • Blog Post: Michel Ancel Publicly Decries Rayman Delay

    The well-known Ubisoft developer is objecting to the delay of the Wii U version of the anticipated game. In a photo obtained by Eurogamer , Michel Ancel poses with other members of the Ubisoft Montpellier development team of Rayman Legends, holding a sign that reads (in French) “Release Rayman... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Shows Off Rayman Origins' Award Winning Features

    In celebration of Comic-Con and the number of awards Rayman Origins walked away with at E3, Ubisoft has put together a video showcasing the upcoming platformer's winning features including Globox's generous behind, tasty level design, and ridiculous knockouts. Feast your eyes on the video and... More
  • Blog Post: Rayman Creator Wants UbiArt Framework To Be Open-Source

    Rayman Creator Michel Ancel has expressed that he'd like the UbiArt framework used within Rayman Origins to be released as open-source to other developers. “UbiArt has been built to be shared,” Ancel told Develop . “It won’t be like other games technologies, which are often... More
  • Blog Post: Your Happy Photos Can Appear In Child Of Eden

    Today Ubisoft announced "The Journey Project" that will allow the public to contribute to the final level of Child of Eden by submitting images of their favorite earth memories, starting today. Favorite earth memories? What does this imply, you ask? Examples Ubisoft provides includes smiling... More
  • Blog Post: Child of Eden Gets Us Groovin’

    Tetsuya Mizuguchi spiritual successor to Rez hits us in the eyes like a firecracker, and we like it. We first saw Child of Eden yesterday at Ubisoft press conference, but we just got a more in-depth look at the game and came away impressed. The whole game is made up of five stages, which the team calls... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Unveils Driver: San Francisco

    Ubisoft just gave us a first look at Driver: San Francisco. Series creator and current creative director Martin Edmonson says that Driver is back in terms of the core gameplay elements. You once again take the role of undercover cop Tanner and his partner Tobias Jones. Crime lord Jericho also returns... More
  • Blog Post: Update: Beyond Good & Evil 2 Not Canceled

    UPDATE: If you were disappointed by last week's rumors about the cancellation of Beyond Good & Evil 2 and Michel Ancel's departure from Ubisoft Montpellier, you can breathe a sigh of relief. In a short statement to gaming site Eurogamer , an Ubisoft representative confirmed that Ancel is... More
  • Blog Post: New Tom Clancy Games In Development

    Sam Fisher has likely already infiltrated your 360 or PC with Splinter Cell: Conviction, but even more games from Tom Clancy are under development. Tom Clancy brand manager Michel Verheirj had a chat recently with Control Online (translated by Eurogamer ). “At this moment I'm working on two... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Prince Of Persia LEGOs Out Now!

    UPDATE: Some readers were lucky enough to find the Prince of Persia LEGO sets last week. It now sounds like the sets are officially available all across the United States. Whether you like Prince of Persia or not, every gamer needs to have a LEGO ostrich next to their gaming rig. ORIGINAL STORY: After... More
  • Blog Post: Splinter Cell: Conviction Delayed

    Sam Fisher’s latest espionage excursion has hit a lot of hiccups since it was announced years ago. Ubisoft announced today that the game is going to be delayed beyond its previously projected February 23 release. You can now expect Conviction to hit in April 2010. Ubisoft’s upcoming WWII... More
  • Blog Post: Rabbids Star In Cartoon Series And Web Comic

    Having bumped Rayman out of the spotlight with a few of their own game titles like Rabbids Go Home , the bunny-esque creatures now have their own cartoon miniseries and Web comic. Rabbid fans can find the five-part cartoon series on YouTube (see the first below). The Web comic can be found on the Rabbids... More
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