Nintendo Says It’s Important To Get Third Party Titles Like Assassin’s Creed And Call Of Duty [LOL]


Nintendo of Canada’s, Matt Ryan says it’s extremely important for the company to secure certain franchises like Assassin’s Creed and Call of Duty. We know that Ubisoft is not releasing Assassin’s Creed Rogue Or Unity On Wii U. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has only been officially confirmed for Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and PC. However not only does the picture above show it, but we all know COD is on everything, including Nintendo consoles. Advanced Warfare will be on Wii U, bank on it. Activision while they may not be in their prime anymore, I still like them a lot, and they have said they want to support Wii U and Nintendo as best as they can, though Destiny seems to be the only exception lol.

Here’s what he had to say.

“Those partnership and relationships are very important. Not only are those third-party relationships important for collaborating on games together, it’s also important for us to have certain important games on other systems come to our systems as well. True video game fans that enjoy putting in a ton of hours playing games also want to play these big titles, and they may not have the other systems to provide that for them. Now, while we may not get them all, it’s important that we get some, especially the really big ones. Like Assassin’s Creed, Call of Duty, and some of the Batman games we’ve seen on Wii U.”


4 thoughts on “Nintendo Says It’s Important To Get Third Party Titles Like Assassin’s Creed And Call Of Duty [LOL]

  1. I think they should stay more on focus with Nintendo exclusives. Cod and Assassins Creed aren’t any new or exciting. It’s just rehash after rehash every year or so.

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