E3 2014 – The Ubisoft press conference in pictures

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With Ubisoft, you know what you’re getting from one of their press conferences every year. Rabbids, assassins, exercise, dancing and a surprise at the end of the show. This year was no different, but man oh man, not even the lovely Aisha Tyler could have prepared us for the final game that was shown off to a screaming throng of fans in the audience.I’m going to straight out admit it: I want that exercise game. It looks like a proper way to burn calories in a fun manner, and with the Xbox One Kinect costing over  grand extra when it arrives in September, a helluva lot heaper than one of those damn gym memberships which sucker people out of a lot more cash. Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to bust out some fly moves so that I can join the Just Dance crew next year and get close to the lovely Aisha Tyler.

 

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Last Updated: June 10, 2014

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