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Eurogamer:


Ubisoft announces WRC 2011 PC Xbox 360 PlayStation 3 3DS


Ubisoft will release World Rally Championship 2011 on 3DS, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this October.

It's the first mention of a new WRC game since Ubisoft acquired UK publishing rights to the series last month.

World Rally Championship developer Milestone opts for a realistic approach to rallying, turning its bonnet up at the arcade Gymkhana antics of Codemasters' DiRT 3.

WRC FIA World Rally Championship cruised a 7/10 last year from Eurogamer's Joao Diniz Sanches, who expected big things from a follow-up: "A little more time spent in the service area fine-tuning its various elements and next year's edition could be spraying the bubbly while standing on the bonnet of its achievement."

Ubisoft's latest schedule also confirms a couple of other titles for later this year. A dance game tie-in for BBC ballroom series Strictly Come Dancing will release this November for PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii. Will we be able to play as Anne Widdecome? The mind boggles.


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VG247:

Ubisoft to publish Ice and Fire RTS, WRC 2011 coming in October

Ubisoft has sent over another update to its release schedule for the year, and it finds the firm publishing Cyanide’s Song of Ice and Fire RTS, as well as providing a release window for World Rally Championship 2011. There’s also a date for Might and Magic Heroes IV in there, as well as Pro Cycling Manager: Tour de France 2011.

Cyanide’s RTS is the first videogame from the developer being released based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels.

Titled A Game of Thrones: Genesis, the RTS is being published by Ubisoft in the UK according to the firm’s release schedule, and is set to release in September on PC.

Cyanide is also hard at work on a turn-based RPG based on the series, but there is no word yet on what the title for the game is, nor whether Ubisoft will also be the game’s UK publisher.

Meanwhile, since gaining the publishing rights to Black Bean’s titles in the UK, Ubisoft has posted on its updated release schedule that World Rally Championship 2011 will be released in October for 3DS, PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

Pro Cycling Manager: Tour de France 2011 was also listed on the schedule for June 24 release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

Finally, Might and Magic Heroes IV will be released on September 9.

  • Eurogamer:


    Ubisoft announces WRC 2011 PC Xbox 360 PlayStation 3 3DS


    Ubisoft will release World Rally Championship 2011 on 3DS, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this October.

    It's the first mention of a new WRC game since Ubisoft acquired UK publishing rights to the series last month.

    World Rally Championship developer Milestone opts for a realistic approach to rallying, turning its bonnet up at the arcade Gymkhana antics of Codemasters' DiRT 3.

    WRC FIA World Rally Championship cruised a 7/10 last year from Eurogamer's Joao Diniz Sanches, who expected big things from a follow-up: "A little more time spent in the service area fine-tuning its various elements and next year's edition could be spraying the bubbly while standing on the bonnet of its achievement."

    Ubisoft's latest schedule also confirms a couple of other titles for later this year. A dance game tie-in for BBC ballroom series Strictly Come Dancing will release this November for PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii. Will we be able to play as Anne Widdecome? The mind boggles.


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    VG247:

    Ubisoft to publish Ice and Fire RTS, WRC 2011 coming in October

    Ubisoft has sent over another update to its release schedule for the year, and it finds the firm publishing Cyanide’s Song of Ice and Fire RTS, as well as providing a release window for World Rally Championship 2011. There’s also a date for Might and Magic Heroes IV in there, as well as Pro Cycling Manager: Tour de France 2011.

    Cyanide’s RTS is the first videogame from the developer being released based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels.

    Titled A Game of Thrones: Genesis, the RTS is being published by Ubisoft in the UK according to the firm’s release schedule, and is set to release in September on PC.

    Cyanide is also hard at work on a turn-based RPG based on the series, but there is no word yet on what the title for the game is, nor whether Ubisoft will also be the game’s UK publisher.

    Meanwhile, since gaining the publishing rights to Black Bean’s titles in the UK, Ubisoft has posted on its updated release schedule that World Rally Championship 2011 will be released in October for 3DS, PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

    Pro Cycling Manager: Tour de France 2011 was also listed on the schedule for June 24 release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

    Finally, Might and Magic Heroes IV will be released on September 9.
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