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King Kong
Game Profile
Description

A video game adaptation of Peter Jackson's King Kong is coming to all consoles, the PC and portable gaming systems from Ubisoft.

News

King Kong lives!
Written by John Scalzo on 12/21/05
Ubisoft has revealed that the King Kong game includes an alternate ending where Kong returns to Skull Island.

E3 2005: Ubisoft's Lineup
Written by John Scalzo on 04/14/05
So it begins...

Huge Ubisoft release list!
Written by John Scalzo on 03/17/05
New Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, Brothers in Arms, Prince of Persia and more!

Specials

E3 2005: Ubisoft Booth Tour
Written by Glenn Wigmore on 06/03/05
Ubisoft's booth was full of games names like Tom Clancy, Far Cry and Prince of Persia. Read what Glenn saw and played at the company's E3 booth.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
GameCube
PUBLISHER:
Ubisoft
DEVELOPER:
Ubisoft
GENRE: Action
RELEASE DATE:
November 22, 2005
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