Ubisoft feels "guilty" for BG&E flop

Ubisoft still feels sore over the failure of cult 2003 adventure favourite Beyond Good & Evil to set tills ringing, according to the producer of the forthcoming HD makeover.

"Everyone at Ubisoft knows that Beyond Good & Evil did not get the success it should have had, and, in my opinion, everyone feels a little guilty about that," Wang Xu told Eurogamer.

Consequently, the publisher is pulling out all the stops to make sure the HD version, which arrives on Xbox Live Arcade next week, is done right, Xu insisted.

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Warprincess1162768d ago

This was an amazing game. I remember when my dad bought this game. It was really fun and the story was amazing. I really liked this game.

Montrealien2768d ago

agreed, I bought that game day one. And the sentiment online at the times was the same thing. Nothing but praise for the game, but no one bought it. At least I know I dont have to feel guilty for buying a great game, the day it came out.

jony_dols2768d ago (Edited 2768d ago )

If you feel so sore about the original, stop trying to make amends with a HD remastering, and release the god-damn sequel.

I've been waiting nearly a decade for it!

Kalowest2768d ago

The Sequel depends on the BG&E HD sales.

Montrealien2768d ago

They will help, but the real factor is Michel Ancel. He does what he wants, when he wants at UBI, and right now the sequel is on the back burner because he is working on Rayman origins.

NickD352768d ago (Edited 2768d ago )

I still feel guilty for buying Black Ops. That game was so s*** it's depressing me now just to think about it.

Redempteur2768d ago

NEXT WEEK .. purchase as soon as it comes into the store

sashimi2768d ago (Edited 2768d ago )

So no PSN release dated...seriously what is so hard about a side by side release on multiplatforms.

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