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the release of
format) for their fiscal year 2013, saying their
numbers for the year are "at the upper end of the recently-raised target
ranges." They report annual sales are up 18% to €1,256 million and non-IFRS
operating income is up 79% to €100 million. The results include perspective from
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot:
"In 2012-13 our financial performance
outstripped the targets that we had announced a year ago, notably with non-IFRS
operating income up 79% and higher-than-expected cash generation. The expertise
and talent of our teams enabled Ubisoft to manage the year’s difficult market
conditions and the drop in the casual segment remarkably well. In addition, the
success of Far Cry 3 confirmed our strong comeback in the major segment of
shooter games.” Guillemot continued "We began fiscal 2012-13 with two major
franchises: Assassin’s Creed and Just Dance. Twelve months later, we have
substantially extended our reach by establishing Far Cry as another major
franchise, building upon the great potential for our newest brand, Watch Dogs,
and making our online/digital segment an increasingly significant part of our
business. The steady rise in our operating and financial performance during the
last three years is the direct result of the longterm investments we have made,
with the continued development of our creative capacity and the bolstering of
our expertise in online activities.”
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||Re: Ubisoft Financials
||May 17, 2013, 15:18
Krovven wrote on May 16, 2013, 17:27:
Luke wrote on May 16, 2013, 16:27:
Krovven wrote on May 16, 2013, 16:08:
Luke wrote on May 16, 2013, 08:40:
All i want is to buy a game install it without any of top 3 spyware software : 1 steam 2 uplay 3 gfwl
ohh and back then you got a nice box with paper manual and all funny stuff now...
you get a browser window telling you how many games you have and don't get me started on that shitty DLC , guess peps are to lazy to move there a.. to go out and buy there games sooo easy to sit on your a... click and you got your game.
Most PC games don't even have a retail releases any more.
Materialism isn't something to be proud of by the way.
But everyone else is lazy because you have a compulsive need to have something pretty on the shelf to look at? /facepalm
don't hit your self to hard you like spyware i don't , and yes you can still get retail games tho to know that you have to get outside...to hard for some i guess
You can still get "some" PC games at retail. Most you cannot. And the majority of the few titles still sold at retail are increasingly becoming Steamworks titles, or in the case of EA games, Origin titles.
The argument of Steam being spyware is long over, and you lost. If you still think it is spyware, then you are a stupid idiot that probably thinks the moon landing was done at a studio in hollywood.
But you stay strong, don't play any game that uses a digital distro service. As the rest of the world moves forward, we won't miss you.
Now looking at your post history, you basically never have anything of intelligence to contribute. I'll just ignore you now and save myself from any more idiotic ramblings.
intelligence to contribute Hmm do you ?
well what ever
I still play lots of Real Games , not those cinematic 3 hours so called Games ,filled with spyware facebook dlc links , stores to buy.
i don't know you so why should i care about you
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