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Submitted by cl1983 914d ago | article

In Hollywood, game company Ubisoft takes a thumbs-on approach

For the last two decades, video game movies have been so bad that the genre itself has become shorthand for failure.

So when French game publisher Ubisoft, best known for its "Assassin's Creed" series and Tom Clancy-branded military games, decided to take a stab at movies, the company didn't search for a Hollywood expert to be its partner. Ubisoft decided to hire him. (Assassin's Creed, Culture, Industry, Splinter Cell, Ubisoft)

Liquid_Ocelot  +   910d ago
Wrong post :/
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