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Submitted by Kon 1255d ago | news

Ubisoft Tops 3Q Forecast, Reports Record Quarter

Ubisoft danced and assassinated its way to better-than-expected third quarter results, reporting today sales of $894 million -- nearly $200 million higher than the French publisher forecasted and a 21% jump compared to the same quarter last year. (Dev, Industry, PS3, Ubisoft, Wii, Xbox 360)

jarrod1981  +   1254d ago
well deserved. AC series is one of my favorites. cant wait for AC3.
SwampCroc  +   1254d ago
Yeah Good. Hopefully that will keep all the roads clear for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.... The FPS Dominator, shit Tactical Shooters in general... GRAW 2 was legendary.

Tom Clancy games have never slacked in the realism department... Even back in the original Rainbow Six series. Especially, the tactical aspect of things... Planning everything out just right, trying to minimize all casualties.
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