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Gamereactor Germany contacted their representatives, who informed them that there'd be no DLC for the Wii U version of ACIV.

Watch Dogs watch out. Your turn is coming.



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"people better buy Ubisoft games. That's all i've got to say."

Clearly Ubisoft's already made up their minds. Chuck 'em in the scorn pile.

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EricFabian said:

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Your thread seems to be rumor, this is confirmation.



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Just the excuse Nintendo fans need when the game fails to sell. The same fans that called CoD sales on Wii proof third parties games can sell, despite missing the DLC.

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KylieDog said:
Just the excuse Nintendo fans need when the game fails to sell. The same fans that called CoD sales on Wii proof third parties games can sell, despite missing the DLC.

i would like to add that PS3/4 will have exclusive content and that wont stop the 360/1 versions from doing well. Hell PS3 has had exclusive content since 2



KylieDog said:
Just the excuse Nintendo fans need when the game fails to sell. The same fans that called CoD sales on Wii proof third parties games can sell, despite missing the DLC.

Only when it suits them ^^



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I'm still probably buying watch dogs on Wii u.


Not putting an HDD bites Nintendo in the ass. Although I still think it's weird that developers can bother with putting the actual game on the platform but not the DLC. Anyway, just get another console/PC Nintendo fans, seems it's close to over with Ubisoft regarding full support.

So it is happening...PS4 preorder.

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Ubisoft trying to convince Wii U owners to buy their games.