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StarLink: Battle For Atlas – Coming To Nintendo Switch in November, Star Fox Content Revealed

Switch owners have been anxiously awaiting the revival of some fan-favourite franchises on the Nintendo Switch, and it looks like they may have just gotten one, indirectly. StarLink: Battle For Atlas, a new open world space shooter by Ubisoft, has been announced for Nintendo Switch, amoung other major consoles. And while Starlink may initially remind Nintendo fans of Star fox Switch, there’s...

Beyond Good And Evil 2 Trailer and Gameplay – No Word On Switch Release

Here’s one we didn’t see coming. Beyond Good and Evil 2 saw an amazing cinematic trailer today during the Ubisoft E3 2018 Conference, which can be viewed below. Some very early, pre-alpha gameplay was shown of one of the game’s cities, though not much beyond a few establishing shots were shown. During the Ubisoft E3 2018 Conference, the team claimed to be building a massive unive...

Infendo Review – UNO

Mike, Steve and I bought UNO on a whim to play online together. We booted it up, waited about 2 minutes for the game to load, and proceeded to the online lobby. We were unable to make a friend lobby, so we created a public lobby and attempted to join up that way. Every time we failed we were met with a loading screen we had to force quit out of. We finally connected together after about 6 failed a...

Infendo Review – UNO

Steve asked me to make his official score one black rupee, which would technically be a -1, so I guess there is.

Ubisoft CEO “We love it” when asked about NX

Ubisoft has always been there. At the launch of Wii we were treated with many launch titles from Ubisoft, Red Steel and Rayman Raving Rabbids being among them. With Wii U, Ubisoft was right there with ZombiU and Just Dance. Unfortunately, Ubisoft has dropped support for Wii U altogether, chalking it up to slow console sales with little chance of making back their investments. That doesn’t me...

Ubisoft’s Tetris Ultimate heading for 3DS, includes exclusive Challenge mode

Ubisoft has announced that its downloadable title Tetris Ultimate will hit Nintendo 3DS systems as well as PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The 3DS version of the game will include an exclusive mode called Challenge: “Challenge – From disappearing Tetriminos (Tetris® playing pieces) to orientation-locked Tetriminos, be prepared for a variety of challenges that will test a player’s fortitude.” Th...

Ubisoft will not have any Wii U or 3DS games at E3 2014

What was deemed the last true major third party publisher to support Nintendo this generation has now pulled the rug from underneath them. In a statement today from the French multinational game publisher, Ubisoft will not be showing any games for the Wii U or the Nintendo 3DS at this year’s E3. “We won’t be showing off any Nintendo games at E3 this year,” a Ubisoft represe...

Third Party Developers Talk Wii U

The Wii U currently has a decent number of third party games.  However, many gamers are unsatisfied with the not only the current selection but also the projected selection.  Nintendo has stated that they plan on concentrating on their own first party titles before they worry too much about the third parties, but some of the third parties have come out to show their stance. Electronic Arts, who ha...

Video: Rayman Legends PS3 and Wii U comparison

YouTube poster NiNTENDOMiNATI0N has posted a video comparing the visuals to the PS3 and Wii U versions of Rayman Legends, which is due for multiplatform release in North America on September 3rd. The differences appear to be slim according the video, but the jury is still out of whether the once Wii U-exclusive GamePad features will make the transition to the PS3 or Xbox 360. Rayman Legends was fi...

Wii U: Third Party Developers Presence Will Be Seen

We have all heard complaints about third party support in the Wii U console.  Personally, I can understand the worry but don’t take much stock in the panic.  Many of the third party games that were in development for other consoles, before the Wii U was announced, could not just simply port over to the Wii U console.  In fact, some needed major work just to be playable.  So, I am not surpris...

More Ubisoft In The News

  Once again, Ubisoft has vocally displayed their dismay in the Wii U console.  Previously they took away exclusivity of Rayman Legends and decided to spread the wealth with the Sony and Microsoft.  Now they are reiterating their hopes for a Wii U price cut so that more gamers can buy the Wii U…then buy more Ubi games…  “Always. We always want the hardware to be at a low price bec...

More Rayman Controversy

Who knew the delay of a game, such as Rayman Legends, would cause such a huge controversy in the video game world.  I expected fans to become upset at the news, but figured in a week’s time we would forget it and move one. We have all read stories about angry fans, and developers holding signs outside of the building.  Now, Michel Ancel voicing his reaction…and it doesn’t look go...