Hello Fatal1ty fans, It’s your friendly neighborhood Intern Benny here to drop some more gaming knowledge on you.

This week’s adventure is something I haven’t tried yet, a smaller post. Yeah I know it’s a cold day in hell somewhere

right? Anyway we’re talking about Ubisoft today and their announcement that they will no longer be releasing mature

rated games to the Wii consoles. Yves Guillemont of Ubisoft said “it’s very simple, what we see is that Nintendo

customers don’t buy Assassin’s Creed…What we see is that they are very interested in Just Dance, very interested by…other kinds of games. So what we are trying to do is to focus more on the types of games they are interested in.”

So what this means is that M rated Ubisoft games are not going to be available to Wii console owners, because it isn’t cost effective for Ubisoft.


So this is the part where I, the writer ask you the reader your feelings on the matter? Please leave me a comment down

below letting me know what you think. If you really want my opinion on this matter all I gotta say is “oh well”. I

have a Playstation and an Xbox so I was buying my M rated games on those consoles anyway, the Wii remote isn’t suited for Kicking ass to the extreme with games like Assassin’s Creed and the like. Wii has always struck me as a Mario party, Just Dance, Kirby kind of system meant for kicking back, jamming to your middle school jam’s mix tape. The fact that Ubisoft decided to save themselves a few bucks by not offering the Mature games to Wii saves them both time and money that they could use to make me the consumer a better class of game. Ok Ubisoft we’ll take this loss for the team. That’s all I got on this subject don’t forget to comment below and let me know what you think, happy gaming.



BennyBorn from the ashes during the pinnacle of gaming history this elite player has grown into a force to be reckoned with. Benny Guardiola AKA Kuro-gane has survived in this cut throat world of gaming for 27 years and has no plan on retiring. He was matched with his first opponent a game 11 years his senior, Super Mario Bros. This battle was fierce but through the struggle a fire was ignited in his soul; he grew to love the taste of battle and since has taken on anyone brave enough to stand before him.   From Nintendo, Sega, Playstation and PC Our hero has met many challengers standing above them using his cut throat gaming philosophy “Rush in Guns A’ Blazing.”