UbiSoft has added another licensing scalp to its rapidly growing collection in the form of Charlie's Angels. The French company now has exclusive worldwide rights to develop and publish games based on the classic TV series as well as the recent film re-make and its forthcoming sequel. "The Charlie's Angels games will enable us to attract a broad audience", UbiSoft president Yves Guillemot proclaimed. "The series is enormously popular with the over-25 age group and the license lends itself particularly well to the video game medium." There are no details yet as to what form these games will take, when the first ones will be released or which platforms they will appear on, but UbiSoft's licensing deal with Sony Pictures covers PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and GameBoy Advance.
Source - press release
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