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Developer Ubisoft Montpellier made the most out of the unfortunate delay of Rayman Legends and has packed the game full of extra content.
E3 approaches, and Ubisoft is confirming its roster of titles.
The one-time Wii U exclusive is now headed to a fourth platform.
Ubisoft's releases the Rayman app on Wii U's eShop to placate angry fans.
Ubisoft is also adding new boss fights to its platformer.
Ubisoft is still trying to win over angry fans who are livid that the publisher delayed Rayman Legends.
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Rayman Legends for the Wii U is finished, but it won't hit stores until September because Ubisoft wants to release it on more platforms.
Ubisoft hopes to smooth things over with upset fans by offering them another demo of Rayman Legends.
The head of Ubisoft France gave a talk on leveraging new technology for games.
Is Ubisoft already losing confidence in the Wii U, or is it just looking to make more money on an anticipated game?
Tony Key, head of sales and marketing at Ubisoft, explains why his company is all-in on the Wii U.
Nintendo is playing a little loose with its definition of a launch window, but you can still play all of these Wii U games within a few months.
Online retailers such as Amazon.com are already taking preorders for the Wii U launch lineup, with each game sitting at a whopping $99.99.
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