Ubisoft launches Ubishop

It seems Ubisoft have come one step closer to total global domination  with the launch of their all-new UBISHOP last week. And  if we can gather anything from the launch day promotions offers such as Splinter Cell:Double Agent and Conviction with the Elite Echelon download for the PC we are getting the impression that while console titles are available it is mainly to promote their PC products as with EA Games and in fact most of the developer/publisher houses with their own franchised games to sell. Now this is no bad thing considering if you look at EA Games and see some of the great offers they have on their titles, ( both PC and console for that matter ), with bargains such as Half Life 2 on the PS3 to be picked up for £15($20) and another cracking title like Dragon Age:Origins on all formats for as little as £20($30). However it seems the similarity between the stores ends there as with most of the Ubisoft titles seem to be priced higher than at retail? A move we could not understand either and put it down to launch teething trouble. But do check out the new Ubishop by all means as I’m sure the pricing will right itself soon enough and then there will be bargains a-plenty to be had.    http://www.ubishop.com

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