New IPs are 'part of our future,' says Ubisoft exec.
My body is ready.
Ubisoft - the best developer on the planet. Am I right?!
No. But they do have a good thing going.
I agree...Besides new IPs is what all game developers should be about, or else the one 1-3 brands that you are known for will get stale and stagnant.... It happened to EA with NFS it happened to Activision with all their music Hero games and to an extent happened to Ubisoft with Splinter Cell and the milking of AC2 storyline, but hopefully AC3 will breath new life into that series
I think Ubisoft have managed to keep a good momentum going in the story department for most of their games
Publisher please :D
This is great news. Will it be for current and next gen consle, if so i am up for top quality games. No cheap games
i just hope there not frp games >.< however ANY new ip is welcomed i'll give it a chance so heres hoping they deliver, however i expect them to be similar to assassins creed, rayman and there other successful ip's, it wont be risk taking like with LBP or heavy rain as when they tried taking risks the games bombed badly
That's good to know. I think they're right.
Jesus, did someone ambitious get a big promotion or something?
exactly!! If you make a great game, people will definately buy it.
Good to hear! It's a win/win for Ubisoft and gamers. If the new IPs are successful, Ubisoft can turn these new IPs into franchises (like they did with Assassin's Creed), giving us more games to buy. Yaaay!
Now wait and watch for all these IP's not get any attention at all from gamers. Do people really not notice how many new IP's Ubi bring out each year? Yeh some are arcade titles but thats still a new IP. Also R.U.S.E = best RTS on consoles...
Activision can learn 'one or two' things from Ubisoft.
So do they have some new IP's made already or are they actually going to develop 2 brand new games every 12 months? It is a happy thought, but how much thought will actually go into the game creation?
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