With technology constantly moving at high speeds, we are always getting new phones, televisions, computers, and more. For gamers, this means a constant competition of consoles fighting to be on top. While last generation, the Nintendo Wii dominated in sales, that is not the case this time around. The PS4 and Xbox One have seen much more success than the Wii U. Ubisoft believes Nintendo will jump right back this battle royale very soon.

The Wii U may have to be chalked up as a loss, but we have the mysterious NX to look forward to. In preparation for it’s release, many developers presumably have received kits to have their games made for the console. Ubisoft is one of these developers and they have had nothing but good things to say about the Nintendo NX.

The company’s CEO, Yves Guillemot, spoke at a French shareholder’s meeting. There he stated that the NX would help Nintendo, “revenir dans la course.” Translated to English, this means “get back in the race.” This was repeated in a tweet from journalist Chloé Woitier. We know Ubisoft has already announced a few titles to be released on Nintendo’s latest console. Nothing says faith in success, like an investment.

  • Hans Olo

    Please Nintendo no more motion controls, sensor bars, touch pads, collectible action figure microchips, second screens, crap storage space, stylus’ and balance weight/exercise boards. I’m so tired of Nintendo’s crap. Stop making these dumb a$$ consoles with all the stupid looking detachable accessories. It’s fricking shameful, their consoles look like fisher price toys…….here we go again…..but some Fanboy will purchase it but Nintendo are loosing more fanboys year by year with their gimmick….look at the sales. Oh PS to all Fanboys before you say “oh the NX will have a ton of games” Yeah you are right it will because Nintendo took a DUMP on everyone who purchased the WII U…….no more games coming out. Then a stup fanboy will say but you will get Zelda now…………….yeah right like I did with Twilight princess o nboth systems FU Nintendo FU!

  • as long as 3rd party support it in the long run and also it depends on the consumer too.

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