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Has Ubisoft spread itself too thin?

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platformmaster918 said:
Intrinsic said:
I am of the inclination that when you see a company's true colors is when that company is met with ample success. We are seeing what ubisoft will do when they have a couple of great IPs that sell very well yearly.

Its unfortunate, but at this rate, they are quickly beginning to lose consumer confidence. Once lost that is something that is really hard to get back.


No I don't think they are spreading themselves too thin, just think there is something very wrong with how they conduct their business right now and I hope for their sake they start to listen to what gamers are saying about them.

MS got it back after far worse things in a matter of months

It's one thing to threaten to release a bad product, it's another thing to actually go through with it...multiple times! lol



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platformmaster918 said:
Intrinsic said:
I am of the inclination that when you see a company's true colors is when that company is met with ample success. We are seeing what ubisoft will do when they have a couple of great IPs that sell very well yearly.

Its unfortunate, but at this rate, they are quickly beginning to lose consumer confidence. Once lost that is something that is really hard to get back.


No I don't think they are spreading themselves too thin, just think there is something very wrong with how they conduct their business right now and I hope for their sake they start to listen to what gamers are saying about them.

MS got it back after far worse things in a matter of months

Look at what happened to MS just for planning on releasing a bad product. They didn't even go through with it. And contrary to what you think, they still have not won consumer mind share. Thats why you can get an XB1 right now for as low as $200 with a free game if you trade in your 360/PS3 or for $350 with a free game. All less than a yar after its $500 launch. So I have no idea what makes you think that MS somehow has got anything back simply because its having boosts from what i just a tad short from being called a fire sale.

Ubisoft has released two AAA games in the same year that both turned out to be shit technically. You think if they do this for their next 2 games gamers wouldn't catch on?



I like most Ubisoft games so no.



    

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Trunkin said:
platformmaster918 said:
Intrinsic said:
I am of the inclination that when you see a company's true colors is when that company is met with ample success. We are seeing what ubisoft will do when they have a couple of great IPs that sell very well yearly.

Its unfortunate, but at this rate, they are quickly beginning to lose consumer confidence. Once lost that is something that is really hard to get back.


No I don't think they are spreading themselves too thin, just think there is something very wrong with how they conduct their business right now and I hope for their sake they start to listen to what gamers are saying about them.

MS got it back after far worse things in a matter of months

It's one thing to threaten to release a bad product, it's another thing to actually go through with it...multiple times! lol

yeah it's called Xbox 360 with its 50% failure rate




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For the past... year or maybe two, Ubisoft... ah, I don't know... I feel worse about them than EA lately.



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Ka-pi96 said:
Ubisoft are now bigger than EA? Since when?

They aren't. And to also suggest that EA doesn't make new IPs is just as bogus. Army of Two, Dead Space, and Mirror's Edge were new IPs from the company, in recent years. The only new one from Ubi, that's out, is WATCH_DOGS.