Just Dance 2015 will launch on October 21, 2014, in North America. It’s sure to be one of the big titles for holiday 2014, and many have been curious about the song list. Well, you don’t have to wait any longer…
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The Wii U version of Watch_Dogs finally has a release date, but is it a good one?
Ubisoft, regarding Tetris Ultimate: “There are no plans for a Wii u version.”
Check out Rob Dyrdek and the guys from Smosh as they look at what life could be like if Aiden Pierce’s phone was real.
Check out the ultimate Watch Dogs preview, and see how to hack the city to make it your weapon.
Check out some new information about DLC in Ubisoft’s upcoming open world action-adventure game!
Check out some behind-the-scenes footage of Ubisoft’s upcoming downloadable game, Child of Light!
Ubisoft just released an eight minute multiplayer walkthrough of Watch_Dogs. Check it out!
Ubisoft has announced they are releasing an eBook based on Watch_Dogs with the title, Watch_Dogs //n/DARK, written by John Shirley.
Ubisoft is getting ready for the launch of Child of Light on April 30 with yet another trailer that shows off the beautiful setting of this game. Check out the world of Lemuria in the video.
Ubisoft has partnered with Chirque du Soleil Media and Coeur de Pirate, singer and pianist, to take Child of Light to the next level. Check out part 2 of their “making of” video.
We’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is that Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Watch Dogs, which tells a bit more of the story. The bad news is that the Wii U version is officially delayed, as it is set to launch later in 2014 after the May 27 street date for all other consoles.
Those looking forward to the upcoming RPG from Ubisoft will not have to wait much longer. The release date and price have been set!
Ubisoft is bringing a brand new turn-based classic RPG to Wii U in the form of Child of Light. Check out the feature trailer to learn a bit more.
Wii U’s sales have started to pick up. It’s got some fantastic games, and things are starting to look good with Smash Bros., Mario Kart and a handful of other games on the horizon. Despite this, developers and publishers continue to ignore the console.