One of the biggest names in video games, Ubisoft had conquered the world with their action-packed video games, filled with heart-pumping plotlines and creative visuals. Games such as Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and Watch Dogs series are all brainchildren of one creative gaming studio - Ubisoft. A real gamer has at least one game from the company, if not, then now is your chance to buy one. Take a look at our selection of Ubisoft games in Malaysia!
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Top Ubisoft Price List 2021
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Ubisoft Just Dance 2017||HK$ 49.99||Green Man Gaming|
|Ubisoft Just Dance 3||HK$ 56.99||NewEgg|
|Ubisoft Just Dance 2015||HK$ 302.88||Book Depository|
|Ubisoft Assassin's Creed Syndicate||HK$ 278.87||Green Man Gaming|
|Ubisoft Far Cry 4||HK$ 49.99||NewEgg|
|Ubisoft Rayman Raving Rabbids™||HK$ 46.03||Green Man Gaming|
|Ubisoft Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell||HK$ 46.03||Green Man Gaming|
|Ubisoft Tom Clancy's The Division 2 - PS4 nv Prix||HK$ 54.28||Amazon|
|Ubisoft Assassins Creed Valhalla - PS5 Video Games||HK$ 69.99||NewEgg|
|Ubisoft Assassins Creed: The Americas Collection Xbox 360||HK$ 29.99||NewEgg|
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From the enchanting streets of France to the rest of the world, and now in Malaysia, Ubisoft had conquered the gaming industry with their heart-stopping, and engaging video games in all gaming consoles such as Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Wii and PC. Their success as a video game publisher had earned them a place in every gamer’s collection and a household name as one of the best game companies around the world.
Ubisoft started off in March 1986 in France by the hands of five brothers of the Guillemot family, namely Christian, Gerard, Claude, Yves and Michel. They made deals with Electronic Arts (EA), Sierra Online and MicroProse to distribute their games around the country. By the end of the decade, they had spanned across the United States, Germany and United Kingdom and had become one of the biggest names in the gaming industry.
During the 90s, the company focused on online games by supporting Uru: Ages Beyond Mist, The Matrix Online and EverQuest. In the early 2000s, Ubisoft had acquired several media studios and gained access to intellectual property such as the Myst, Prince of Persia and South Park, but Ubisoft’s success is not just about acquiring licensed characters from other companies. They also made their own, unique games that are seen as fresh, new and never-been-done in gaming history.
What made Ubisoft games special
The like of which can be found in Assassin’s Creed and Prince of Persia. Ubisoft introduced a third-person perspective on these games and was possitively received by the public. It was later adapted by another gaming monster, Blizzard, in their Diablo series and World of Warcraft. Another never-been-done in gaming history is the game collaboration between Ubisoft and American novelist Tom Clancy who is famous for creating crime-drama novels. Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and Splinter Cell are revered as one of the best and memorable games for its intense story lines and amazing graphics from Ubisoft.
From its humble beginnings in France to one of the best video game publishers in the industry, Ubisoft knows how to create, distribute and market their games to the public. With creative design, excellent story-telling and out-of-this-world plot twists, you can never go wrong with Ubisoft games.
Ubisoft had produced tons and tons of games that guarantee hours of fun and intense action. Whether played on console or PC, real gamers should have played or owned at least one of these classic video games in their lifetime.
IL-2 Sturmovik (2001)- Combat flight simulator
Set in the Eastern Front of World War II, IL-2 Sturmovik is the best combat flight simulator game which allows you to control 30 allied and Axis aircrafts, plus you get to play with 100 other players online!
Prince of Persia: Sands of Time (2003) - Action-adventure, puzzle platformer, hack and slash
In Prince of Persia, we follow the story of an unnamed prince in his quest to avenge the death of his father and restore the flow of time. The game is most well-known for its challenging puzzles and quests that would surely turn your brain upside-down.
Assassin’s Creed II (2009) - Historical fiction, action-adventure
Perhaps one of the most iconic games from Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed II remains a part of pop culture as one of the best games in history. We follow the tale of Desmond Miles within the Animus as he revisits his genetic memories as the assassin Ezio in rennaissance Italy, to find the long-lost Apple of Eden.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell (2002) - Stealth
Every Ubisoft fanatic knows that Tom Clancy games from Ubisoft is always a winner and this one is no exception. Splinter Cell is a crime-action game designed for to tell the story of Sam Fisher and his action-packed mission with the Third Echelon. As what you can expect from Tom Clancy, the game is excellently laid out and the plost twists are such to die for!
Rayman 2: The Great Escape (1999) - Platform
Only 90’s kids remember the 90’s, except for this classic game from Ubisoft. Rayman 2: the Great Escape is a platform video game set in the Glade of Dreams where the main character - Rayman, must collect 1000 pieces of the world’s core or lums and collect four magical mask to awaken the world’s spirit or the Polokus.
It turns out, Assassin’s Creed is not the only video game that Ubisoft has. In fact, there are countless others such as Far Cry (which is also an excellent series and must-have for all of you Ubisoft fans), Just Dance, Avatar: the Game, and Rabbids. You can never go wrong with a video game from Ubisoft.
If you are new to gaming, it’s not too late to fall in love with the latest Ubisoft games! get ready to fall in love with the best storylines, graphics and exceptional characters from many Ubisoft game series. You can start with the list above or choose from our selection. Buy, play and enjoy your favorite video games with iprice.