Montreal, Canada. March 1st 2005. DC Studios is extremely happy to announce that it has completed the development of the Nintendo DS version of the latest installment of Ubisoft' s hugely popular Rayman franchise. Rayman DS has been developed in the company's Montreal Studio.
Rayman DS is being released on the DS launch day in Europe in parallel with the hardware itself. The game features both single and wireless multiplayer modes and is a fully featured 3D game that fully uses the capabilities of the Nintendo DS including its wireless, 3D and touch screen capabilities.
Rayman DS is the latest of many titles developed by DC Studios for UBISOFT having developed Taxi 2, Salt Lake 2002, Bear in the Big Blue House and Bratz in previous years.
'We are very happy to once again be working with one of the most respected publishers in the world on one of their most cherished brands. I am sure that this game will be a great success for all of us and will be welcomed by all purchasers of the DS as the premier platformer for the machine' Said Mark Greenshields, CEO of DC Studios.
For more information on DC Studios please visit: www.dc-studios.com
For more information on Rayman or UBISOFT please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com
About DC Studios
With offices in Montreal, Canada, Glasgow, Scotland and Bristol, UK, DC Studios is one of the top development studios in the world today. The company is financially strong and is (and always has been) profitable, making it a reliable and dependable partner.The company has worked with clients such as Konami, Ubisoft, HIP Interactive / Arush , ABC, Decode Entertainment, Majesco, In-Fusio, THQ and many others across all current games platforms, including the PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, XBox, Gamecube, GameBoy Advance, DS, PSP and mobile phone handsets. Since it was founded in 1999 the company has shipped over 50 titles including the best selling Bratz (Ubisoft), Tour de France Centenary Edition (Konami) and The Cat In The Hat for Take 2. DC Studios worked with Majesco on the development of their proprietary GBA-VIDEO technology which has been hugely successful with titles such as Spongebob Squarepants, Yu-Gi-Oh, Sonic X and Dora the Explorer.
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