Ubisoft Announces All-Star Holiday 2007 Lineup

September 21, 2007

Ubisoft
Announces All-Star Holiday 2007 Lineup

Q3 2007-2008 Lineup Showcases Some of the
Industry’s Most Anticipated Games

Today Ubisoft, one of the world’s largest video
game publishers, announced that its holiday 2007 lineup will feature an
exceptional selection of titles. Covering all segments of video games – from
hardcore to family titles, as well as games based on some of the most popular
films and television series – the rich offering also includes some of this
year’s most anticipated new brands along with exciting new games from Ubisoft’s
multimillion-unit selling brands:

  • Assassin’s Creed – One of the most anticipated
    video games of the year comes to the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment
    system from Microsoft and the PLAYSTATION 3 in November, and to PC in early
    2008.
  • Beowulf – The video game, based on Paramount
    Pictures’ and Shangri-La Entertainment’s "Beowulf,” the upcoming feature film
    from Academy Award-winning director Robert Zemeckis, will be released in
    November on Xbox 360, the PLAYSTATION 3 and PSP.
  • Blazing Angels 2 Secret Missions of WWII –
    Currently available on Xbox 360, experience World War II on the PLAYSTATION 3
    coming this holiday. Play as an elite pilot in the follow-up to the successful
    Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII.
  • Brothers In Arms Hell’s Highway, previously
    expected to be released for holiday 2007 will be released on next-generation
    platforms and PC in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2007-08. Brothers in Arms
    Road to Hill 30 for Wii will be released in December.
  • CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION Hard Evidence –
    For the first time, CSI fans will be able to play CSI on Xbox 360 and the Wii
    home video game system from Nintendo this holiday.
  • Haze – Legendary development team Free Radical
    Design teams up with Ubisoft to deliver the mind-altering, technologically
    superior game Haze, exclusively for the PLAYSTATION 3 this holiday.
  • Heroes of Might and Magic V: Tribes of the
    East – Enjoy the dramatic evolution and conclusion of the Heroes V experience
    this holiday on PC.
  • Nitrobike – Navigate rocket-propelled
    motorcycles in this arcade-style game exclusively for the Wii.
  • NARUTO: Rise of a Ninja – In a game
    exclusively developed for Xbox 360 from the ground up and for the first time
    ever, in October, gamers will experience Naruto starting from the series’
    beginning.
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 – The bunnies are back
    and crazier than ever in this new game specially developed for Wii and
    Nintendo DS this holiday.

This holiday, Ubisoft will also release games
that appeal to all audiences, with its innovative and appealing Games for
Everyone lineup:

  • Chessmaster: The Art of Learning for DS and
    Chessmaster: Grandmaster Edition for PC – In both games, Josh Waitzkin,
    International Master and eight-time National Chess Champion, coaches players
    to grasp the basic fundamentals of chess and to master the game through
    exciting courses and tutorials taken directly from his groundbreaking book,
    The Art of Learning (Free Press).
  • Cranium Kabookii – Designed specifically for
    Wii, Cranium Kabookii is an all-new game where families jam, draw, act and
    puzzle as they collect points and take center stage in the Kabookii Arena to
    win. Special Kabookii Decoder Glasses reveal secret answers for added fun!
  • Imagine – The Imagine line allows girls to
    explore their favorite interests and hobbies – as indicated by extensive
    lifestyle research on this audience – in an interactive and entertaining way
    with titles such as Fashion Designer, Master Chef and Animal Doctor for
    Nintendo DS.
  • My Coach – Play and learn with this suite of
    entertaining training coaches that will teach you languages (My French Coach,
    My Spanish Coach) or help you to improve your expression (My Word Coach) for
    DS and Wii.
  • Petz – This holiday will see the return of
    Horsez, Catz, Dogz and Hamsterz on the DS, PlayStation 2, PC – and for the
    first time on Wii!