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Submitted by zeee 394d ago | interview

The Wii U will find its audience

“We did not take a big risk with all those launch titles on Wii U,” Tony Key, senior VP of sales and marketing at Ubisoft, told us this week. His company has released Wii U games such as Just Dance 4, ZombiU and Rabbids Land.

“[Wii U game] development isn’t expensive -- some Wii U games are versions of games for other platforms, like Assassin’s Creed. And we continue to invest in that system.... (Dev, Industry, Wii, Wii U)

yugovega  +   394d ago
so this shows they arn't dropping support i guess. and if ubisoft finds it cheap to port to the wiiu why does all these other companies use cost as a reason for not porting? seems some other reason may be the issue.

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