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Ubi supports Revolution

Good news for Nintendo.

Ubisoft has confirmed that it will fully support Nintendo Revolution in the next-generation of gaming consoles, just as it has supported the full range of gaming formats throughout its existence.

However, the company has not discussed whether it will make any of its older titles available through Revolution's back catalogue download system.

Speaking at a press and retail event last Wednesday, UK MD Rob Cooper said the company had "many" next-generation games in development and would support PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Revolution fully - with Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter and Peter Jackson's King Kong confirmed as Xbox 360 launch titles.

He also said that the company would continue to invest as part of its plan to "double development capacity", and planned to launch "innovative new brands regularly".

Ubisoft has a history of supporting a large number of formats, and along with the likes of EA it is planning at least release across a massive eight formats this Christmas - when King Kong appears at the end of November, it will do so on PS2, Xbox, Cube, PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance.

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