While we’ve seen the Rabbids fighting for a “kingdom” before in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Ubisoft has decided to take that goal a literally today with for an April Fools’ Day event. For today only, players can jump into For Honor and fight off hordes of the energetic creatures. The very limited time event
Today is Wednesday, and Media Create released its weekly sales chart for both hardware and software, giving us a picture of the situation on the Japanese video game market. Below you can see the software chart related to the period between January 15th and January 21st. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle – Switch – 66,692/New Gintama
As one of the big surprises to come out of E3 2017 this year, Ubisoft’s collaboration with Nintendo resulted in the wacky and wonderful Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, and now those that have yet to experience the game can do so at a slightly reduced price over at GameStop. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is
Ubisoft Milan appears to have a bright future ahead of it, one with immediate growth and increased creative opportunity, thanks to the “game changing” success of the recently released, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. The release of Nintendo Switch exclusive Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was likely the first time many people encountered the name of Ubisoft Milan.
During Ubisoft’s quarterly financial conference call for investors and analysts, President and Chief Executive Officer Yves Guillemot commented on upcoming announcements of new Nintendo Switch games. Guillemot teased that other games for Nintendo Switch on top of Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle will be announced “quite soon,” but encouraged to “wait a little bit” for
Another year, another E3 — and as is tradition, DualShockers hands out awards to what we (and our readers collectively) think are the best games at the show. This year had some stiff competition, with three games nearly tying for Game of the Show. But, with plenty of arguing, debating, and compromising we have DualShockers’