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Ubisoft game goes on for the tablets
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Ubisoft game goes on for the tablets

In the foreseeable future, Ubisoft plans to take up the issue thoroughly games for Tablet PCs. In the foreseeable future, Ubisoft plans to take up the issue thoroughly games for Tablet PCs. This was explained CEO Yves Zhilmo. He said that Ubisoft is going to be transferred to the plates practical

In the foreseeable future, Ubisoft plans to take up the issue thoroughly games for Tablet PCs. This was explained CEO Yves Zhilmo. He said that Ubisoft is going to be transferred to the plates substantially all of its key brands, including Assassin `s Creed. In this Zhilmo claims that his company will not just ported to the iPad and other tablets games already released on PC and consoles. `It will be other games. They will be a customized version of the existing projects, or games specially designed for these platforms, `- says the head of Ubisoft. It is worth mentioning that the new part of Assassin `s Creed also appear on the console, Nintendo Wii U. In this case we are talking about the new game, not a special version of Assassin `s Creed: Revelations, which will appear on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Tags: Ubisoft, iPad, Assassin `s Creed

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