While assertions on the little graphic power and processing of the Wii U appear by various means, and Nintendo asks us to focus on the experience of the game, rather than numbers, there is a company that is willing to bet much on the new platform.


Ubisoft has announced that it plans to transform the software provider (third party) number one Wii U, just as it has been for 3DS, Kinect and PlayStation Vita.


Tony Key, Vice President of sales and marketing at Ubisoft stated to Gamasutra:



We have always had a really close with Nintendo so I aventuraria to say yes we had an advantage to get dev kits earlier than other people. I'm not saying that we had them first of all, but I do believe we obtained them early.


Developers and Ubisoft team seem honestly excited with the features of the console and its Wii U Tablet that they think that these elements bring a gameplay and new experiences for both casual players and fans.


Key also argues that what you would most like to is the new consoles to allow all were always connected to the internet, because that would allow them to "do more". Although frankly, I would find it a real nuisance to be Always-Online became a requirement (though possibly there will).


Ubisoft by him while, has released some of the titles that is working for the Wii u Raving Rabbids, Killer Freaks from Outer Space, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online and Assassin's Creed 3.

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