According to Ubisoft, Wii U owners don't want mature games. Do you agree?
According to Ubisoft, Wii U owners don't want mature games. Do you agree? - Results (197 votes)
Ubisoft is correct, Wii U owners don't want mature games
44.67% (88 votes)
Ubisoft is wrong, Wii U owners want mature games
55.33% (109 votes)
This poll is now closed.
They've also said Assassin's Creed sold poorly on the Wii U. Since the Wii U Assassin's Creed games were decently done, guess we can throw away this myth about poor optimisation being the reason for multiplats not selling.
Watch Dogs will be Ubisoft's final mature Wii U game for the foreseeable future, company boss Yves Guillemot has said.
Man at this rate I wouldn't be surprised if Mr. Iwata committed sudoku on himself
This is the fifth topic on the first page about this. Who gives a s*** about Ubisoft
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l already posted this, why don't you piss off and come up with a topic of your own instead of stealing others.
We want DECENT mature titles. Who wants crap like Assassins Creed? Splinter Cell Blacklist on the WiiU was fantastic and i personally would want another.
ZombiU was brilliant, but had flaws which i think could be fixed in a sequel.
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When I see people around here hoping for a new Pokemon, I have to take Ubisoft's side on this.
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According to me, Ubisoft don't make them \=]
Console wars are like pissing contests. So yeah.
tbh it never even occurred to me to get AC4 on the Wii U, even though I didn't have my PS4 at the time
Like I seriously never even thought "Hey, I wonder if the Wii U version might be better than the 360 one" or even "I wonder if there's a Wii U version". I just went straight for the 360 version out of habit.
I've gotten so used to Nintendo not getting multiplats that I don't even bother looking for them anymore.
That doesn't bother me. I only care about the Rayman games anyways.
Metroid = Rayman > All
Rayman is in Smash!
I'd rather companies spend more time trying to make good games than trying to make a violent game just to be violent. I mean kids love violence, mature folks love good games, so hopefully companies will take this advise which I'm sure they won't.
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I don't think it applies to all Wii U owners, just many Wii only owners. At the end of the day the situation is the same, and M games tend not to do very well on the platform because they simply aren't appealing to the user base or they are being bought on a console that does the game more justice.
If I support the game company, then I won't be supporting the blank DVD business.