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Ubisoft's initial Move offering is, at its core, an HD Wii Sports Tennis play-alike, only with additional racquet sports (that's some title, huh?), online play, unlockable gear and a roster of characters that bear a disturbing resemblance to the puppets from Team America: World Police. I found the tennis portion on par with what Nintendo delivered in Wii Sports,...

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Kevin Butler shows us the epic side of PlayStation Move

Sony, here's an idea: just let Kevin Butler control your entire company. Seriously, Sir Howard Stringer is a great guy and all, don't get us wrong -- we've been up plenty of nights bawling our eyes out while he cradled us in his big, burly arms, assuring us that the PS3 would in fact be okay -- but...

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PlayStation Move review: Racquet Sports

Ubisoft's initial Move offering is, at its core, an HD Wii Sports Tennis play-alike, only with additional racquet sports (that's some title, huh?), online play, unlockable gear and a roster of characters that bear a disturbing resemblance to the puppets from Team America: World Police. I found...

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PlayStation Move review: The launch games

Once you get past that initial thrill of opening the packaging, setting it up and toying around with its settings, any platform is only as good – and as fun – as the games available for it. With the launch of PlayStation Move, the lineup of what's on offer is relatively limited and, as...

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Ubisoft swatting Racquet Sports onto PS3 with Move support

Ubisoft's 5-in-1 paddle-centric title Racquet Sports will make the jump from the Wii to PS3 this fall in North America. The collection, which formerly invoked the power of the Wii MotionPlus dongle for more accurate swinging when playing tennis, ping-pong, badminton, squash, and beach tennis, will...

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Ubisoft details first quarter 2010 releases; reveals Anno for iPhone

Ubisoft's latest sales report details the company's proposed fourth quarter fiscal year releases -- the period beginning January 1, 2010 until March 31, 2010. It's pretty much everything we expected, with profits for Ubisoft relying on four key titles, three of which are on the PC platform:...

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Hands-free: Camera-controlled Racquet Sports

Call to mind Wii Sports' tennis, and you don't have to stretch your imagination too much further to arrive at Ubisoft's Racquet Sports. If you own a Wii, you already own this experience, to which Ubisoft has added some variety, including ping-pong, badminton, squash, and beach tennis, and a more...

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Ubisoft gets into the Wii sports racket with Racquet Sports

Ubisoft's new Wii sports collection, Racquet Sports, is on the way to help you use some of the Wii peripherals you bought! Ubisoft is cleverly aiming not just at the Wii Sports Resort audience, thanks to MotionPlus compatibility, but also the people who bought Your Shape and would feel weird about...

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