Today, Ubisoft announced the latest batch of DLC tracks for Just Dance 2015, the newest installment of the leading dance game franchise. The new songs are available now to download on all current and next-gen gaming systems, and include:
“We Can’t Stop” by Miley Cyrus
“Funhouse” by P!nk
“Want U Back” by Cher Lloyd ft. Astro
“C’mon” by Ke$ha
“Kiss you” by One Direction
Just Dance 2015 features more than 40 of the hottest tracks and throwback tunes, including “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, “I Love It” by Icona Pop ft. Charli XCX, “Walk This Way” by Run DMC & Aerosmith, and “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj.
Today, Hasbro, Inc. and Ubisoft announced that the MONOPOLY Plus, My MONOPOLY and MONOPOLY Deal console games, all based on the famous MONOPOLY board game, are coming to Xbox Live for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 video game and entertainment systems from Microsoft, and on PlayStation Network for the PlayStation4 and PlayStation3 computer entertainment systems. The party continues with the MONOPOLY Family Fun Pack, a retail-exclusive bundle featuring all MONOPOLY games.
The MONOPOLY Plus console game brings the classic board game to new heights with a colourful 3D-animated board that comes alive and evolves as players interact with it. Available as an extension to MONOPOLY Plus, My MONOPOLY downloadable content pack pushes the customisation options even further by allowing players to create their own personalised game boards and property spaces. Last but not least,MONOPOLY Deal card game is a new take on the fast-dealing property trading action of MONOPOLY. The MONOPOLY Plus, My MONOPOLY and MONOPOLY Deal console games introduce a fresh, new take on the world-famous family gaming brand, and are the first collaborations between Hasbro and Ubisoft for the Hasbro Game Channel.
MONOPOLY Family Fun Pack can be purchased at retailers on November 28 on Xbox One and PS4.
The MONOPOLY Plus console game will be available on November 26 to download through the Hasbro Game Channel on Xbox One and PS4 for £11.99, on December 10 on Xbox 360 and on December 17 on PS3 for £7.99.
My MONOPOLY console game will be available on November 26 to download through the Hasbro Game Channel on Xbox One and PS4 for £7.99, on December 10 on Xbox 360 and on December 17 on PS3 for £7.99
MONOPOLY Deal will be available on November 26 on Xbox One, December 3 on PS4 for £7.99, and on December 17 on Xbox 360 and PS3 for 3.99.
Despite Ubisoft saying they weren’t planning to release a sequel to ZombiU due to poor sales of the original on Wii U, Amazon France is now listing ZombiU 2. The listing on Amazon France has since been removed but it mentioned that the game will be set in New York and is set to be distributed by Bandai Namco. Let’s hope something comes of it as the original is looked upon fondly by Wii U owners.
Wonder how the Wii U version of Watch Dogs stacks up against the PC version? Well Tilmen from Nintendomination has you covered. The video embedded above gives a side by side comparison of the two versions and from an initial glance there isn’t too much in it. Be sure to give it a watch and leave your thoughts in the comments.
Watch Dogs appears to be one of the first high profile third-party title not to allow for screenshot sharing via Wii U social network, Miiverse. A number of fans who’ve picked up the game have taken to the social network to complain that they’re unable to share images with other Miiverse users. You may have missed it, but we uploaded the first 25 minutes of the game which you can watch here. Anyway, here’s what a Miiverse fan had to say about the situation.
No screenshots allowed. I tried attaching one to this Miiverse post, I also tried the web browser method at i.nintendo.net.
It’s been shrouded in mystery, but now we’ve finally got footage of Watch Dogs running on Wii U. Ubisoft has created a very soft launch for the game, but we had some screenshots earlier today. Thankfully we’ve now got the first 25 minutes of the game in action. Will be you be purchasing the delayed version of Watch Dogs for your Wii U?
Ubisoft has shared the first official screenshots of Watch Dogs for Wii U following the game’s release today in North America. Images for the Wii U version have sadly been scarce – though we did receive a few earlier this month – for the open world title which follows hacker Aiden Pearce, but if you’re interested make sure you check out those listed in the gallery below. For those wishing to download Watch Dogs, you’ll need approximately 15GB of space on your Wii U or external hard drive to do so.
Though Ubisoft will not be bringing the game’s Bad Blood DLC to Wii U owners, launch-day DLC is now available which includes the Conspiracy! and the Access Granted Pack, delivering new skins and missions. Watch Dogs will be released for Europe on November 21.