Red Steel News
Updated: Ubisoft makes a statement
There's a curious little teaser in the back of France's official Nintendo magazine (appropriately titled Nintendo Magazine) that was brought to our attention by French website LiveGen. And that is that Ubisoft Montreal is already hard at work on le tiers in the Red Steel series. The Red Steel series has so far been Ubisoft's experimentation playground for Wii,..
Watch out - Internet forums are in a frenzy because someone translated Ubisoft's website. Oh god.
According to a loose translation from Ubisoft France's website the following has been revealed: "Game Designer Senior Production/Development; The Studio of Production of Paris seeks Game Designer for the continuation of the Red Steel project. You will assist the Person in charge Game design for..
Ubisoft seem to be making good progress with the Wii launch title, few new details emerge.
4cr have done an excellent job of rounding up the latest chucks of info surrounding the Ubisoft first person shooter, Red Steel. First of all, there will be 4 player multiplayer action, but no online gaming this time around. SL: “It’s tough to discuss multiplayer in detail as it’s still a secret but..
The Australian Magazine Hyper Magazine Australia have interviewed the developers of the upcoming Red Steel for the Wii, and thanks to a poster at the Nintendo forums, we can give those of you who don't live in Australia an oppurtunity to read the interview.
The following are the most important parts of the interview, if you want it all, Here you got it. Could you give us a run down of the setting..
Ubisoft have announced the development costs for the anticipated Wii game, Red Steel.
According to the The french publisher and developer, the development costs for the highly anticipated first person shooter will be approximately $12.75 million. Now that might sound like a lot of money for most of you, and it sure is, but if you compare it to the costs for a Xbox 360 or Playstation game it isn't..
UbiSoft release further information about its slasher/shooter Wii launch title.
According to those UbiSoft people Red Steel will be released in November, 2006. Although this is the first real date we've heard from a publisher, it's no definite release date for Wii. However, if you were a betting man, it's probably pretty safe to put a large chunk of money on a November release for Wii. Anyway, back..
In a recent interview with Ubisoft, developers explain they will try and use the Wiimote speaker in Red Steel
Ubisoft's Marie-Sol Beaudry was recently interviewed for the Nintendo Europe website about her work on the upcoming Wii slasher/shooter, Red Steel. During the interview, Marie-Sol was asked how current development was going, she replied with "We just discovered the built-in controller..
UbiSoft post some more information on their official Red Steel developer blog over at IGN
Most Wii fans will probably be pretty excited by Red Steel, it could be really good, but we're just gonna have to wait and find out what UbiSoft manage to come up with. Frenchie Marie-Sol is back with another blog post, this time telling us about the different developers working on the game. "At this step..
Producer/Blogger Marie-Sol Beaudry talks to Firing Squad about Red Steel, including the initial development.
GoNintendo.com pointed us in the right direction of the latest Red Steel interview. This time it was FiringSquad.com putting the questions to the Ubisoft games producer, Marie-Sol Beaudry. "The first contact between Ubisoft and Nintendo was at E3 2005. At that time Nintendo wanted a..
Red Steel developers Ubisoft have setup a blog on IGN.com set to follow the development progress of the Wii launch title.
The French developer/publisher has post its first blog entry on Club IGN, the post comes from Marie-Sol Beaudry, Producer of Red Steel. "We were really excited by everyone’s response to the Nintendo Wii at E3 and were thrilled to showcase Red Steel at the Nintendo press..
Game Informer report that a new build of Red Steel has vastly improved controls over the previous E3 demo.
GoNintendo have reported that magazine Game Informer has received a new build of the Ubisoft slasher, Red Steel for Nintendo Wii. According to the reporter, the criticised controls have been updated and improved since the E3 demo a month or so ago. "Not only did the remote replicate our..
Ubisoft release a new trailer of the forthcoming Red Steel game, exclusive to Wii
Prior to this years E3, Red Steel was one of the most talked about titles to exploit the Wiimote. However a number of people who tried the game were left a little disappointed, perhaps the control system is quite as precise as they were hoping. The game's developer, Ubisoft has released a new video of the game, which..
The Game Informer informs us about Red Steel, the first known of the Revolution launch titles.
Today details have emerged about Ubisoft's Red Steel first person shooter set to release as a launch title for Nintendo Revolution. The rapid response unit over at Wikipedia have been compiling all this information into
Ubisoft officially announce Red Steel, a first person shooter launch title for Nintendo Revolution.
Ubisoft have announced their offering for the Revolution launch with "Red Steel", a first person shooter than it set to show off the unique freestyle controller only available on Revolution. Red Steel is set in modern-day Japan. Players will master both the ancient art of the katana and the..