Ubisoft's Gravity Falls & Just Dance 2016 Video Games #Ubistar
This week we met with the Ubisoft team to check out a few of their latest family friendly games including Just Dance 2016, a new game for Hasbro Game Channel and Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets.
Note: I'm part of Ubistar blogger program and was invited as media to this event to share information about their games. However, any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.
Since I already blogged about Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets, that was one of the first games we wanted to play live. I tried to get my hands on the game first but my son was quick to grab the headphones and handheld.
So I just watched as he played....
A few things Gravity Falls will enjoy is that game has the same look and characters of the show. Dipper and Mabel go long on an adventure to solve mysteries and save the day. The game play is pretty straight forward and easy for kids to pick up.
Each of the twins have their own unique feature that help the game move long. Kids will enjoy switching back and forth to problem solve and move the game along.
The next game we checked out was Just Dance® 2016, the latest installment in the music game franchise.
This time dancers can use a free Just Dance Controller App to connect to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U then use their Apple, Android, or Windows Phone smartphones to play the game without any console cameras or other handheld devices.
The app transforms the player’s phone into a motion sensor that tracks the accuracy of their moves and allows them to navigate through the game.
The game also introduced, Just Dance Unlimited, a new subscription streaming service available for new-gen owners that allows players to access exclusive songs and tracks from previous Just Dance games. By subscribing to Just Dance Unlimited, players will enjoy more than 150 songs at launch and more throughout the year.
Just Dance 2016 will be released on October 20, 2015 in the US on all motion-control gaming platforms, including Nintendo’s Wii™ and Wii U™ system, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation®3 and PlayStation® 4.
We saw a few other games but those are still hush hush, so you'll have to wait for a bit for a recap about those games.
To learn more about Ubisoft games, visit - www.ubisoft.com