Five things we want to see from Ubisoft at E3
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Brothers In Arms: Furious Four
There have been rumors surrounding this sequel, supposedly with the rights expiring on the game, though, honestly, we can’t see Ubisoft losing grips on this game. After all, it provides a much-needed change to the Brothers In Arms formula, which has fallen into mediocrity with bland sequels. A change of pace would do it good, and this Inglourious Basterds-style approach seems to be the ticket, with four-player co-op action and interesting characters that would keep the game from growing stale. Here’s hoping Gearbox and Ubisoft work out a way to have the game at the show. We’d definitely like to see it in action.