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Ubisoft Puts Select 3DS Titles on Sale

Posted on August 20, 2013 by Jason Nason

Ubisoft has put a selection of games on the Nintendo 3DS on sale for the next week. The games are full retail titles which are also available for download in the 3DS eShop. The games are all available for the discounted price until August 27th.

All six of the games regularly retail in the Nintendo eShop for $29.99 and are already available for the discounted price of $20.99. Take a look at the full rundown of games below:

  • Rayman Origins
  • Rayman 3D
  • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3D
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Shadow Wars
  • Rabids Travel in Time 3D
  • Petz Fantasy 3D

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Rayman Origins 3DS Demo Now Available

Posted on May 17, 2012 by Rae Michelle Richards

Have you been looking for a mobile platforming fix? Ubisoft has released a demo version of Rayman Origins on the 3DS E-Shop. This demo doesn’t skimp on the content either, offering prospective owners 3 full levels from the final game including Swinging Caves, Playing in the Shade and Shooting Me Softly.

The console version of Origins was a critical success and regarded as one of the best Rayman games to date. The 3DS version expands upon what made last year’s console release so great with Street Pass functionality and in game collectables.

The full version of Rayman Origins for the Nintendo 3DS will be released on June 5th at a suggested price of $29.99.


Rayman Legends Boasts Exclusive Wii-U Functionality

Posted on April 27, 2012 by Jesse Lord

First things first.  If you haven’t gotten your grubby mitts on Rayman Origins, spectacular game that it is, go do that.  Right now.  I’ll wait.

Done?  Great.  Ok, so there has been a rumbling that Ubisoft is working on a follow-up to that refreshing platformer, and the news has broken by way of a leaked trailer for Rayman Legends, which you will see embedded below the jump.  This in and of itself is great news – unfortunately Rayman Origins, while generally criticallyacclaimed across platforms, did not see spectacular sales and therefore the likelihood of a sequel seemed to be but a far-away dream.  Thankfully Ubisoft were unfazed by the sluggish sales and took to the development of a sequel anyways. Thanks, Ubi!

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