E3 2010: Ubisoft roundup

Ubisoft unveiled one of its most varied line-ups to date last night at its E3 press conference, including games based on celebrities, revitalised franchises and ambitious new IP.

You can find each of these announcements detailed in our E3 feed, or check out our summary of the biggest Ubisoft news below.

Click through to each for more details.

E3 2010: Child of Eden impresses
Mizuguchi lifts the lid on motion controlled title that many are referring to as Rez 2

E3 2010: Chahi’s Project Dust unearthed
Eric Chahi and Project Dust collaboration set for spring 2011 download-only release

E3 2010: Driver: SF officially announced
Ubisoft confirms series reboot set in San Francisco, features Shift ability and multiplayer

E3 2010: Michael Jackson game announced
Ubisoft announces dancing title based on pop king’s hits for multiple formats

E3 2010: New 2D Rayman in the works
Development legend Michael Ancel returning to the series he created with micro-team

E3 2010: Ubi’s Motion-control sports duo
Publisher supports Move and Kinect launches with Racquet Sports and MotionSports

E3 2010: Raving Rabbids return to Wii
This year’s iteration sees the lobotomised lupines travel in time; game due on Wii on November 11th

E3 2010: ManiaPlanet announced
User-generated gaming arena revealed for PC, built across TrackMania 2 and more

E3 2010: Battle Tag announced
Innovative new laser tag title uses the console to organise real-world deathmatches

E3 2010: Ubisoft announces Innergy
New biofeedback peripheral unveiled alongside stress-relieving PC and Mac title

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