Major publisher Ubisoft has announced its full 2007 holiday line-up, including major AAA console titles along a self-titled 'Games For Everyone' set of key casual games.
Stressing its new casual division, the publisher has announced a number of games for multiple platforms, including Chessmaster: The Art of Learning
for the DS and Chessmaster: Grandmaster Edition
for the PC starring eight-time National Chess Champion Josh Waitzkin.
It also listed the previously announced Wii exclusive Cranium Kabookii
family game, its Imagine
lineup of girl-focused DS games, the My Coach
DS and Wii series, and a multi-game Petz
lineup of DS titles to be released by the holidays.
Outside of the casual titles, Ubisoft plans to release Assassin's Creed
for the Xbox 360 and PS3 in November, as well as a PC port in early 2008, as well as a November release for Beowulf
on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PSP.
The holidays will also see the release of PS3 and 360 flight combat game Blazing Angels 2 Secret Missions of WWII
, the console release of Brothers In Arms Hell's Highway
, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
for 360 and Wii, the PS3 exclusive Haze
, and Heroes of Might and Magic V: Tribes of the East
Finally, its Wii exclusive Nitrobike
, Xbox 360 exclusive Naruto: Rise of a Ninja
, its Rayman
minigame sequel, Rayman Raving Rabbids 2
will be coming to the Wii and DS.