Notion Games is bringing Super Ubi Land to the Wii U eShop in the near future, with the help of Maestro Interactive Games.
However, though it will eventually find itself in the eShop, it's likely it won't be going by the name Super Ubi Land as it seems Ubisoft has taken issue with it.
Notion Games revealed there will be a name change via the following tweet:
Been exchanging emails with Ubisoft. Unfortunately, we have to change the title of #SuperUbiLand. Stay tuned.— Notion Games (@NotionGamesLLC) May 6, 2013
The developer went on to say:
Ubisoft is not doing anything wrong. They're protecting their business just like any small business would. They don't want Notion infringing on their brand. They're being fair.
Super Ubi Land - as it is currently known - is a fun-looking platformer that takes a lot of influence from titles such as Donkey Kong Country and Super Mario World. Notion Games recently said it would like to bring the title to the 3DS eShop too, though we've had no concrete news on it just yet.
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