Five things we want to see from Ubisoft at E3

Ubisoft has a great gaming year coming up.  We can see it coming from a mile away.  Along with the recently released Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, the company is also planning several other big and small releases, including the likes of Far Cry 3 and Mad Tracks, which hits Xbox Live and PlayStation Network next week.  And let’s not forget the impact that Trials Evolution made.

So the question now is, obviously, what’s next?  E3 is just around the corner, and the company is promising to reveal some big surprises for Wii U, as well as more footage from its upcoming hits and a few other announcements.  And we’d even sit through their press conference to get it all, even if that means running into Mr. Caffeine or listening to James Cameron ramble on about the Avatar universe.  (There is a sequel coming, after all.)

Still, if we had our wish, we’d like to see these five things from the company at the event.  Here’s hoping Ubisoft makes it happen!

Rayman Legends: For Multiple Consoles

Rumors began circling about a follow-up to the critical darling Rayman Origins as soon as a couple of months ago, when first images hit the web on a Wii U unit showing Rayman running around a medieval world.  Though Ubisoft played it cool with the game’s existence, we should see Rayman Legends pop up sometime during E3.  It’s being rumored as a Wii U exclusive, but if the company were smart, it would announce it for multiple consoles, starting with a release on Nintendo’s console and eventually following on the Vita, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.  After all, Rayman is a lot more fun when you spread the joy around.  Origins proved that.

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