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Ubisoft has no plans to release another Assassin's Creed on PS Vita

Ubisoft has no plans to release another Assassin's Creed game on PlayStation Vita, according to comments made by the publisher on Twitter.

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Protagonist1065d ago

I´d also rather want them to make some new IP´s for the Vita.

nidhogg1065d ago

The headline makes this a little too negative. However, the tweet was actually more positive. Wth is with journalism these days.

Sly-Lupin1065d ago

What's with journalism these days?

Back in the day you needed a journalism degree. That weeded out a lot of the losers, punditry aside. These days all you need is a keyboard.

hkgamer1064d ago

clockbait and writing something about a tweet is pathetic.
headline needs the word currently init to make it more accurate with the tweet.

@sly-lupin

its not about journalism with a degree, its just internet articles are bullshit and they write a load of crap to generate more articles on site for more adrevenue.

im not surprised about this news tbh, they couldnt even bother making ac rogue on wiiU which is a simple port, why would they make a game on a handheld that isnt selling that well.

MegaRay1065d ago

Really? Jounalism at its finest. ..

TimeSkipLuffy1064d ago (Edited 1064d ago )

Ubisoft would make a HD version of any new AC Vita game anyway. Making it less exclusive...

dodgemoose1064d ago (Edited 1064d ago )

So what? You'd rather have nothing if it can't be exclusive to PS Vita?

TimeSkipLuffy1064d ago

No. Any game is welcome to the Vita. I only comment on what I believe UbiSoft would do. I know many gamers who would rather wait for the HD release and play an AC game in FullHD and enhanced graphics then on their Vita.

I played AC on the Vita and while it was ok it never felt great for me. Maybe because I was coming from the console games with its big maps, lively environment and great graphics. I expected something similar on the Vita. At least I thought it would be possible due to the lower resolution and therefore less gpu power requirement.

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