Ubisoft Holding 30% Discount Sale On Wii U Games

By Ishaan . February 19, 2013 . 11:30am

Ubisoft are holding a sale for their Wii U games on the Nintendo eShop. Until February 26th, the following Ubisoft Wii U games will be discounted by 30%:

 

ZombiU – $59.99 to $41.99

Assassin’s Creed III – $59.99 to $41.99

Just Dance 4 – $49.99 to $34.99

Rabbids Land – $49.99 to $34.99

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved – $49.99 to $34.99

ESPN Sports Connection – $49.99 to $34.99

 


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  • zero254

    For the love of my death, do NOT purchase rabbits land, you will be disappointed at there only being ONE decent minigame.

    Just buy ZombiU or one of the others and be done with it.

  • EmLeingod

    ubisoft trying to regain lost favor with Wii U fans… pathetic.

  • $39420547

    good to see some eShop discounts

  • http://twitter.com/EdgeKun Ed Powell

    Many (both here and on other sites) seem to think this is Ubi trying to make up for messing up with Rayman. Entirely possible, and wouldn’t put it past them.

    I’m just happy to see WiiU eShop games getting discounted, as I was afraid that it’d end up like 360 (and to a slightly better extent, PSN) where the digital versions remained expensive and would never have price drops. (Such as those you quite often see in retail or on amazon)

    • cbns

      I hope they will have those discounts in EU soon. I sold my ZombiU so i could download it from eshop and play it without switching discs.

  • $29082171

    D-d-d-damage control.

  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    Assassin’s Creed III for cheep huh I might just buy it.
    http://cdn.memegenerator.net/instances/250×250/35038805.jpg

    Oh thanks Admiral Ackbar! I almost fell for it.

  • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

    I don’t know why people assume this is somehow an “apology” from Ubisoft. I don’t think it’s that at all. I just think that their Wii U games didn’t sell as well as they would’ve liked and they’re taking the opportunity to try and salvage what they can of the situation.

    Is it a nice gesture? Yes, it’s good for the consumer. But I don’t necessarily think that this should be misconstrued as some sort of an apology for the Rayman issue.

    • Arrei

      It’s probably the timing of the situation.

      After all, turning their fortunes around doesn’t quite make sense either, given that they’re holding off on releasing a finished game right now, during what may be the best possible release window for it and instead sending it off to die an overshadowed multiconsole death by releasing alongside GTA V… like its predecessor.

    • deaththekid

      I agree, and if you’ve got the console and wanted one of those titles it just gives you more of a reason to take make the purchase.

  • http://twitter.com/Tiredman_ Tiredman

    Wow, digital games that are finally priced almost correctly…..shame its called a sale and not a price change.

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