French Publisher Ubisoft has admitted that it made mistakes with it’s early Wii titles. In an interview with German magazine Speigel, Yves Guillemot and Alain Corre stated that they intended to be at the centre of the Wii launch storm, but quality was sacrificed as the developers rushed to get games out on time.

Red Steel went on to sell over a million copies, but was generally badly received by critics. Post-launch games such as Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII and Far Cry Vengeance were also panned by the gaming press. Ubisoft have said they’ve learned from their mistakes and promises the quality of future Wii titles will be far better than past and present Wii titles.

Originally Written By: Scott Webber

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