24
Apr
2016

Ubisoft hands over rights of 1666: Amsterdam to creator Patrice Desilets

Ubisoft has agreed to hand over the rights of 1666: Amsterdam to former Assassin's Creed creative director Patrice Desilets, according to a press release sent out this afternoon.

In return, Desilets, who spent two years developing the game at THQ Montreal which was then bought by former employer Ubisoft, has agreed to drop the suit which was seeking nearly half a million dollars and the rights to the game.

Desilets filed the suit in June 2013 after Ubisoft fired him and put development of the game on hold. At the time, Desilets said he had a contractual right to buy the game back from Ubi and continue work on its development. Ubisoft argued that any contracts he signed with THQ are non-binding.

"Putting aside our past differences,...

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24
Apr
2016

One of the most reliable Apple analysts doesn’t see “many attractive selling points for iPhone 7”

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has arguably the strongest track record among his peers when it comes to anticipating unreleased Apple products. That being said, his most recent research note that he issued to clients last evening came as something of a surprise. In it, the revered analyst pours cold water on various iPhone 7 expectations, stating he doesn’t see “many […]

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