"We still have another game that we are waiting for the machine to become more popular before launch," Guillemot added in a conversation with IGN. "It's more addressed at families, and it's not yet there. We are waiting for that machine to be more distributed so that we can increase the number of games." Ubisoft previously admitted that lackluster Wii U sales drove the delay of Rayman Legends on the system.
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