Neoseeker : News : Ubisoft bets on core franchises to turn things around this year after eating $67.6M USD annual loss
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BlackScythe May 16, 14
Yea, the loss isn't shocking considering their catalog in that time frame. I believe AC4 was the only big title in that year.

While I'm not a fan of Ubisofts take on DRM this year has a pretty good lineup for them.
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Rendan May 16, 14
Judging from the past I probably won't hold my breath.
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THM May 16, 14
May God bless Ubisoft.
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Fortitudo May 17, 14
The sooner they bring Beyond Good and Evil 2, the better.
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Dragoon May 17, 14
Hopefully they're going to start to realise pouring all this money into annual-release games and getting no profit is pointless. But then again, they spent 3 years on AC3 and it was still released riddled with bugs and a terrible plot.
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Aeolus426 May 17, 14
quote Dragoon
Hopefully they're going to start to realise pouring all this money into annual-release games and getting no profit is pointless. But then again, they spent 3 years on AC3 and it was still released riddled with bugs and a terrible plot.
thank you i'm not the only one who believes this. i didn't buy AC4 because AC3 is so broken. i havent touched multi because i cant even play singer player with out the game breaking. thank jeebus i got it free with my ps3
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Xeros the Slayer May 20, 14


So if anyone wants the full game, you better look forward to putting out a minimum of $120.
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