Kara Petrich, a mother in Washington State, thought she was buying DS game Petz: Monkeyz House. The box said Petz: Monkeyz House. The cartridge did, too. The game itself was another type of monkey business altogether.
While Ubisoft has three relatively big-name games on or making their way to the iPhone by March, the company still remains on the fence about the potential of the iPhone market.
If I had 240 Microsoft points tomorrow, I would buy you a monkey. Haven't you always wanted a monkey? The Xbox Live Avatar Marketplace pet shop opens tomorrow.
Sometimes at a press event, it's a good idea to try the one game everybody doesn't want to play – because it's usually right next to the one everybody would kill to see.
Profits were up, income was down and the Imagine games sold tons in the last 12 months, according to year-end financial results released by Ubisoft today.
Fast food restaurant Wendy's and video game publisher Ubisoft have teamed up to create Petz kids meals, delivering Petz-themed toys, games, and coupons to unhealthy children throughout North America.
As part of Ubisoft's 3rd quarter sales report, the company posted their release schedule for the first three months of 2009, filled with iPetz, Jace Power, and a heaping helping of imagination.
Accessory manufacture Mad Catz have just announced that they've signed a licensing agreement with Ubisoft to create branded accessories for the Petz series of games for the Nintendo Wii and DS. Yes, that's right - Mad Catz is going to make accessories branded with Catz, as well as Dolphinz, Dogz, Horsez, Bunnyz,…
TransGaming has just announced that they are now collaborating with Ubisoft to bring their PC games to the Mac via the Cider Portability Engine. The multi-title agreement will see Ubisoft PC titles appearing on TG's digital distribution platform GameTree Online throughout the summer and into fall alongside Windows…
Yeah, it was a joke. The new Prince of Persia DS game is not called Imagine: Prinze of Perzia. But it so could have been. Why? Because Ubisoft love putting the letter "Z" at the end of their game titles. Petz, Babyz, Catz, Dogz, they love it. Even if you don't. So why do they persist with it? Is it some cunning…