As video game arcades across the country blink out like lights on an artificial discount store Christmas tree, commenter Blessrok asks us to imagine the arcade of our dreams in today's short but sweet Speak Up on Kotaku.
Today in Speak Up on Kotaku we're going to put all of the arguing and hate behind us in favor of a good old-fashioned sing along, courtesy of commenter JesusChrist, one of the few people qualified to rewrite a John Lennon song.
Imagine Babies? Imagine Doctor? Try Imagine Town, the virtual world based on the successful game series, spearheading Ubisoft's online gaming lineup for fiscal year 2010-11, with Might & Magic Heroes Kingdoms, Trackmania 2, and two unannounced titles in the works.
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.
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.
It stings a little to report on this, but sometimes, we must bite our lips and bring the bad news, as well as the good: Ubisoft's Imagine series has passed 1 million in sales.
French video game publisher Ubisoft announced its quarterly results today, which are up over 37%, resulting in a second quarter take of about $224 million (€175 million). The company attributes its better than expected results to Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway and Soulcalibur IV for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.…