In a recent interview with a German magazine, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot and European head Alain Corre admitted mistakes had been made with rushing some of their first titles out onto the Wii.
Ubisoft wanted to be among the first to profit from Wii's launch, but too much haste let the quality of some games like Far Cry: Vengeance slip.
Corre also stated he was unsatisfied with the level of sales from the other two consoles (PS3 and Xbox360), claiming they both seriously needed a price drop.
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