Ubisoft Releases 3D DS Gaming Line Up

  • Rabbids and Tom Clancy Get 3D DS treatment
  • Console utilises stereoscopic 3D
  • Console arrives March

Ubisoft has announced a range of games designed specifically for the Nintendo 3DS, which will be released on March 11, 2011.

Ubisoft will use the stereoscopic 3D and other innovative features of Nintendo’s new handheld console to develop a range of games, which includes new intellectual properties as well as original renditions of some popular franchises such as Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon and Rayman.

Ubisoft games that will be available in the first half of 2011 for the North American, European and Australian launch of the Nintendo 3DS include:

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Sam Fisher is back in this version of the stealth/action genre, mixing both tension and realism that has become a benchmark of the franchise.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Shadow Wars:The first tactical, turn-based Ghost Recon game, featuring 3D cut scenes and in-game effects, deep team management options and a 1vs1 multiplayer mode on the same console.  

Rayman 3D: An adaptation of the Rayman 2 The Great Escape original game on Dreamcast, Rayman 3D will feature major updates on key game play elements such as accessibility, progression and learning curve.

Rabbids 3D: Rabbids are back and this time they have an infallible plan to invade the human world: conquer history in their first platform adventure developed exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. 

James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes: A brand new intellectual property developed for the Nintendo 3DS, James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes makes the player the main character in a mind-twisting puzzle adventure taking place in an interactive 3D world, with 150 puzzles and mind games to solve. 

Combat of Giants Dinosaurs 3D: This 3D take on the popular kids’ franchise mixes exploration and customisation with real-time combats. Players ages 7 to 10-years old will be immersed into a cataclysmic universe and live the ultimate 3D fighting experience.

Driver Renegade:  The first action driving game on the Nintendo 3DS that lets the player experience the intensity and brutality of urban car chases in 3D. Players will embody the Driver series hero John Tanner and use the accelerometer to unleash their urban driving skills. 

Asphalt 3D: Developed by Gameloft and published by Ubisoft, Asphalt 3D brings the excitement and speed of the Asphalt franchise to stereoscopic 3D, featuring more than 40 licensed vehicles, 17 exotic track locations and StreetPass functionality.