Ubisoft says that Nintendo has "created something good" with the Wii U, and they expect the console to be a success.
Porting games to the Wii U costs less than $1 million, says Ubisoft. Original titles like ZombiU though, cost a lot more.
Ubisoft brings a set of 12 brand new Assassin's Creed 3 Wii U screenshots.
Ubisoft reveals a set of brand new ZombiU screenshots and artworks.
The newest ZombiU trailer for the Wii U shows off new weapons, such as the crossbow, and the Buckingham Palace level.
An extended ZombiU trailer takes us through the Nursery level, showing off some of the Wii U gameplay mechanics.
Nintendo is taking third party Wii U support seriously this time around, and is courting developers to create and release games on the system.
Ubisoft believes the Wii U will satisfy the hardcore gamers with its lineup of titles such as ZombiU, Assassin's Creed 3, and more.
Third party Wii U support is extremely important for Nintendo, especially now that many claim they have lost
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Ubisoft just finished their E3 press conference where they unveiled several games for the Wii U, including ZombieU,
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Ubisoft has announced a deal with comic book publisher Marvel to release a game based on The Avengers.
The Wii U will be getting at least one exclusive third party game: Killer Freaks From Outer Space.