Ubisoft is committed to making a new Assassin's Creed game every year and is determined not to see the series collapse from franchise fatigue. How?
Ubisoft won't release more games exclusive to the Wii U until Nintendo sells more Wii U systems, the president of the French gaming giant told Kotaku here at E3 this week.
Those of us who got Wii U systems last November were supposed to reach an oasis today in our crawl through the machine's oh-so-typical year-one software desert. We were supposed to be playing the sidescroller Rayman: Legends right now.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot likes the PlayStation 4. Otherwise he wouldn't have showed up at Sony's big PlayStation 4 event last week, right?
Many of us would consider a long console lifespan to be a good thing, but Yves Guillemot, the CEO at Ubisoft, says it's bad for the industry.
According to the French publisher's CEO, not only is Nintendo's Wii successor—currently known as Project Cafe—a "fantastic platform," it's also bound to be home to many a port from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
In an interview with MCVUK, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot lamented the lack of new development platforms, going so far as to blame the lack of new home consoles for the entire industry's fiscal shortcomings. In the interview, Guillemot claims that Ubisoft has developed fewer new IPs of late because there is no more room…
During Ubisoft's third quarter financial results investor phone call today, company president Yves Guillemot confirmed that there would be a new packaged Assassin's Creed game coming this year, with more details coming in May.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot assured me today that work continues and has never stopped on the highly anticipated sequel to 2003's Beyond Good & Evil.
Answering a question about downloadable content during their fiscal year 2009-10 fiscal earnings call, Ubisoft indicated it would likely they would adopt EA's Project 10 Dollar DLC plan sometime in the future.
Earlier today, publisher Ubisoft warned that it wasn't going to have quite the year it was expecting, in part due to big delays, in part due to its efforts on the Nintendo DS and Wii. So it's changing course.
Ubisoft chairman Yves Guillemot told a group of investors and industry executives in New York today that the publisher of Assassin's Creed is developing games in new genres for the company, including RPGs, sports, music, and fighting games.
Fans of Assassin's Creed like to decode riddles, right? Then they'll enjoy the cagey way the CEO of Assassin's Creed publisher Ubisoft described his company's line-up for next year.
If Yves Guillemot, chairman and CEO of publisher Ubisoft, is correct, the next generation of video game consoles won't just look visually on par with current CGI movies, they'll be outrageously expensive to make—more than double current budgets.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot predicted today not just a coming generation of consoles and a gaming revolution in set-top boxes, but a bigger gaming play by Apple than just the iPhone.
Never mind that Sony is touting a ten year PS3 life cycle, Microsoft says it doesn't see a new Xbox anytime soon and the Wii is still hard to find. Don't tell Ubisoft!