The comment about the Wii gave me an odd thought. I remember back when we heard about their old idea to make a 2008 sequel for Wii. I always found it bizarre that they chose that since the first one was never even available on Wii to begin with. What's their interest in having the 2008 story on Wii? Are they still thinking about it? It just occurred to me that a possibility would a 2008 game adaptation for Wii in anticipation of making the sequel available on Wii. No reason, really, it's just a thought.
The ending of 3D was more than enough for me: the Prince and the Princess seeks adventure instead of going home and I think that's kind of a feelgood ending to the trilogy: who cares what happens next, the Prince will surely kick some a** and they get out of trouble for sure. Also if we think about the story the Sultan's dead if I remember correctly so maybe our Prince became the next sultan after 3D, so he's not a prince anymore which is kind of a big closure.
As for the Sands of Time trilogy I think T2T provided a great ending, there may be some loose ends left but it's ok. While I enjoyed Forgotten Sands the SoT Prince character and the story felt tired to me. Ubi told us everything they wanted to and now they are out of stories for the SoT Prince, so if you ask me let him rest in the hall of videogame greatness.
The mythological setting of PoP 08 and its feeling of timelessness seemed fresh and exciting to me so I'd be happy with a sequel to that.
Last edited by sanceman; 03-11-2012 at 02:38 AM.
PoP Classic and PoP 2008 Epilogue for the PC, Ubi?
I've just read that Ubisoft Toronto is about to announce a AAA game... Ubisoft Toronto is headed up by Jade Raymon, the ex Assassin's Creed producer... wait and see...
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@LoryBlackWolf: thank you, I will check that out
@sanceman: That was my thought, in the interview she said that they'll announce an AAA game, and then she said the studio is 100% focusing on Splinter Cell. I don't know why not to mention that the AAA game is Splinter Cell. That's strange.