Rayman Legends Definitive Edition Demo Out Now

The limbless hero is punching his way onto the Nintendo Switch in a month’s time, but in the meantime Ubisoft has launched the demo for Rayman Legends Definitive Edition for the European Nintendo eShop today (the US will receive it a little later today).

You can download it now if you have a European Nintendo Switch account by going to the Coming Soon tab on the eShop, clicking Rayman Legends Definitive Edition, and then giving Download Demo a good tap! The demo requires approximately 730mb to download.

Rayman Legends Definitive Edition releases exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on the 12th September 2017.

By | 2017-08-14T08:39:11+00:00 August 14th, 2017|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch|0 Comments

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Revealed

A very unlikely crossover (unless you’ve been following certain rumours) was revealed earlier at Ubisoft’s E3 Conference, exclusively for Nintendo Switch. The new tactical adventure, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has been officially announced, and will be releasing in the West on the 29th August 2017 (that’s a day before my 22nd birthday y’all).

The game, which has been in the works for three years, follows a new adventure where Rabbids have somehow found a way to invade a new universe, specifically the Mushroom Kingdom. Unfortunately some of the Rabbids have gone bad (or rabid), so it is up to Mario to team up with other Rabbids to put an end to this chaos.

The game is primarily a turn based tactical RPG (similar to Fire Emblem), but will also include some exploration segments too. Each characters will have their own abilities, there are support abilities too, and you also have the ability to destroy cover if you are a bit of a daredevil! Finally, it was also announced by the man himself that Grant Kirkhope was involved with creating the music for the title.

Check out the announcement videos, screenshots, and art after the break!


By | 2017-06-13T11:10:55+00:00 June 13th, 2017|E3 2017, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch|0 Comments

Nintendo Switch Up Close and Third Parties!

There’s a lot to get excited for today since Nintendo have revealed how they are switching up gameplay experiences once again with Nintendo Switch. I just got sent a couple images, one shows up the console and main controller up close, and the other shows just a sample of what third parties we can expect to see titles from on NX. These developers include Bethesda, Capcom, SEGA, Activision, DeNA, Ubisoft, and so much more!

By | 2016-10-20T15:10:44+00:00 October 20th, 2016|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch|2 Comments

The Big E3 Round-Up [Strong Language]

Well thank Christ it’s over. This shouldn’t have been my reaction to the end of the biggest gaming conference on the world, but it was… The bad and mediocre vastly outweighed the good, but what was good, was on the whole a very positive thing for the industry. So in case you missed it here is a round-up of the E3 conference.

EDITOR’S NOTE – Be warned, our new writer does not withhold any punches and can be very… uhh, vocal about it. If you are a sensitive fanboy and dislike the use of some explicit language, turn away now. If you feel you are strong enough, check out Snowy’s brilliant write-up after the break!


By | 2015-06-18T20:05:19+00:00 June 18th, 2015|E3, Nintendo, Non-Nintendo, PC, PS4, Xbox One|0 Comments

RUMOUR: Amazon France Briefly Lists ZombiU Sequel for October 2015 Release

Here’s an interesting bit of news, Amazon France allegedly listed a ZombiU sequel for a 2015 release. According to JuexVideo, Amazon France stated that the game would be released on the 17th October 2015 and that it would be set in New York City. If the listing deems to be true, I think New York could be quite an interesting setting for the game… though I personally prefer the British theming!

One thing that doesn’t quite add up however, is the fact that the page lists Bandai Namco as the publisher instead of Ubisoft, who originally developed and published the predecessor. Even though I would absolutely love a sequel to ZombiU, I doubt that the listing is true, or even real seeing how it was removed around the same time the post was made.


If the listing does prove to be true, I just hope ZombiU 2 has a zombified Bono, as I will take a great pleasure to smash in that undead, smug head!

What do you think of the listing? Do you think it is true? Tell us in the comments below!

Source – JuexVideo

By | 2014-11-25T22:03:57+00:00 November 25th, 2014|Nintendo, Rumour, Ubisoft, Wii U, ZombiU|0 Comments

Watch Dogs Wii U Lacks Screenshot Support

One of Ubisoft’s latest open world games, Watch Dogs, was recently released for the Nintendo Wii U after a long delay from its initial release on other consoles. From what we have seen online so far, it doesn’t actually look too bad… however, it seems to lack a certain feature. The ability to post screenshots to Miiverse.

According to users on Miiverse, the game doesn’t allow you to attach screenshots from the game in Miiverse posts, you can’t even upload them to the Nintnedo Image Sharing website using the Internet browser.

There is currently no word from Ubisoft on why they have disabled this feature, but we will update you all if there is.

Have you played Watch Dogs for Wii U? If so, what do you think of it? Tell us in the comments below!

By | 2014-11-20T11:52:41+00:00 November 20th, 2014|Nintendo, Ubisoft, Watch Dogs, Wii U|0 Comments

Apparently ‘Nintendo Customers Don’t Buy Assassin’s Creed’

During a recent interview between Game Informer and Ubisoft CEO, Yves Guillemot, we were offered a detailed insight to what exactly the company [or at least the Ubisoft chief] sees within the Nintendo Wii U.

According to Yves Guillemot…

It’s very simple, what we see is that Nintendo customers don’t buy Assassin’s Creed. Last year, we sold in very small numbers.

I see two sides to this, firstly, I don’t find it wrong to stop publishing a franchise on a specific console due to lacking sales, however if they want a game to sell, then isn’t it kind of granted that they should put in a decent amount of effort to make the game attractive to potential customers. According to many critics, the Wii U version of Assassin’s Creed 3 and 4 felt like there was very little effort porting it to the console with unpolished edges, frame rate drops and more, they are both very terrific and beautiful games, but it was clear that Ubisoft just didn’t care much about the Wii U version.


Another factor worth mentioning is the fact that DLC wasn’t properly supported for the Wii U version. The Assassin’s Creed 3 DLC was published for Wii U, though it was released quite a while after the other consoles, and the DLC for Black Flag was completely absent from the Wii U version. Just because Ubisoft aren’t bringing Assassin’s Creed to Nintendo platforms anymore doesn’t necessarily mean they are ruling out Nintendo completely.

What we see is that they are very interested in Just Dance, very interested by other kinds of games, so what we are trying to do is to focus more on the types of games they are interested in.

Personally, I feel this is just a very broad generalisation, looking at video game sales, it is true that Just Dance 2014 [the most recent Just Dance title] sold most on a Nintendo console, but this was on the Nintendo Wii, the Wii U’s version sold pretty much similarly to the other versions. However I suppose it is good thing that Ubisoft are not completely forgetting about Nintendo, in fact Yves reconfirmed that they are still working on the Wii U version of Watch Dogs…

[Watch Dogs] is coming to Wii U, it will be the only mature game we publish on it.

So, how do you feel about this information? It would be interesting to see other people’s views on this matter so be sure to tell us about it in the comments below!

Feel free to read the rest of the interview here!

By | 2014-08-19T15:38:04+00:00 August 19th, 2014|Assassin's Creed, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Wii U|0 Comments
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