PAX Australia 2013 – Ubisoft bring some of the years most anticipated games to local gamers.

At PAX Australia this weekend, there were quite a number of booths, over the next few days I will highlight the ones that stood out. Right now we start with Ubisoft.

 Taking up a large portion of the booth was Splinter Cell Blacklist, with the game having a special appearance at PAX Australia by showing off a brand new level. The game offered up some single player action as well as some Spies Vs Mercs multiplayer. There was also a Splinter Cell Blacklist car, where if people took a photo against it and uploaded it with a special hash-tag they could win one of 5 copies of the game.

The next title that was being demoed was Just Dance 2014, here above you can see the ladies from Alienware having a go. And further down some of the people attending the show gave it their best shot as well.

Rayman Legends was also on show, with this young man giving it a shot. The game was playable on Wii U as well as Xbox 360.

Rayman also made another apperance via Rayman Jungle Run and as you can see, Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame as well, which looks amazing.

Ubisoft also had Cloudberry Kingdom, The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot, Anno Online, Might and Magic Online and more. They also had their own little presentation area as well, where they show cased that all new Splinter Cell level and Assassins Creed IV Black Flag and Watch_Dogs

This is that theatre, not a lot of seats, but it did not stop people stopping by to check out the games, this next photo was taken during the Watch_Dogs presentation. This was as close as I could get it was that busy.


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