->''"StarGate, Ubisoft, Sparkle!"''

Ubisoft is a video game publisher and developer headquartered in Montreuil-sous-Bois, France, with branches in 20 different countries, including the United States, Canada, Spain, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and China. Their games have appeared on a wide variety of platforms since the early 1990's.

They have set sights on becoming the next Creator/ElectronicArts, to the point that at one time in the past, that very company attempted to buy them and bury their [=IPs=] like they had many others. Unlike EA, however, Ubisoft has no small degree of CreatorWorship, especially after ''VideoGame/RaymanOrigins''. That's assuming that consoles are your platform of choice though. Ubisoft has done much to distance themselves from PC gamers with highly controversial consumer-unfriendly always-online {{DRM}} schemes. After a few years of constant anger coming from the PC fanbase, Ubisoft finally backed down from most of the DRM schemes and removed it from most, but sadly not all, of their games. Despite that, PC gamers today still tend to look askance at anything with the Ubisoft label out of bad memories and distrust. On consoles, however, Ubisoft has a pretty solid reputation, thanks to several big IPs that have (generally) consistent high-quality.

Since 2008, they have also owned visual effects company Creator/HybrideTechnologies, and also had a hand in the films ''Film/{{Avatar}}'' and ''Film/{{Predators}}''.

!! Games and franchises published/developed by Ubisoft:

* [[VideoGame/AnnoDomini Anno]]
** ''VideoGame/{{Anno1404}}''
* [[VideoGame/ArmoredCore Armored Core: for Answer]]
* Franchise/AssassinsCreed
* VideoGame/BatmanRiseOfSinTzu
* VideoGame/BatmanVengeance
* VideoGame/BattleRealms
* VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil
* VideoGame/BlazingAngels
* VideoGame/BrothersInArms
* VideoGame/CallOfJuarez
* Castle & Co.
* VideoGame/ChildOfLight
* VideoGame/{{CSI}} {{Licensed Game}}s
* VideoGame/CombatOfGiants
* VideoGame/DonaldDuckGoinQuackers
* VideoGame/{{Driver}} (with the franchise and its developer bought from {{Atari}})
* VideoGame/EvilTwinCypriensChronicles
* The Creator/TomClancy games:
** GhostRecon
** {{VideoGame/HAWX}}
** VideoGame/RainbowSix
** SplinterCell
** {{Endwar}}
** The Division
* FarCry
* VideoGame/FromDust
* VideoGame/HypeTheTimeQuest
* the Imagine series (a line of games oriented toward young females)
* JustDance
* MichaelJackson: The Experience
* MightAndMagic (acquired from [=3DO=] when it went bankrupt)
* VideoGame/TheMightyQuestForEpicLoot
* MyCoach
* {{Myst}} (Specifically they made and own the rights to Myst 3: Exile and Myst 4: Revelation, these two were developed and released either side of Uru and before Myst V: End of Ages both of which are owned by Cyan Worlds, making sure that the Myst canon and its overall continuity remains as complex and mindbending as the puzzles.)
* VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes
* VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle
* VideoGame/{{Outland}}
* VideoGame/{{Petz}}
* ''Franchise/PrinceOfPersia'' series (since 2003):
** ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersiaTheSandsOfTime''
** ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersiaWarriorWithin''
** ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersiaTheTwoThrones''
** ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersiaTheForgottenSands''
* ''Franchise/{{Rayman}}''
** VideoGame/RavingRabbids
* RedSteel
* VideoGame/{{RUSE}}
* [[VideoGame/ScottPilgrim Scott Pilgrim VS. The World: The Game]], a video game adaptation of indie comic book series of the same name
* VideoGame/SenkoNoRonde, as publisher for the North American and European release
* VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth ([[NetworkToTheRescue Purchased from THQ on January 23, 2013.]])
* Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles (from 2007 to 2011, starting with the release of the CGI movie. {{Creator/Activision}} is the current license holder.)
* VideoGame/TheDivision
* TonicTrouble
* VideoGame/{{Trackmania}}
* VideoGame/{{Trials}} series
* VideoGame/WatchDogs
* Wheelman
* VideoGame/{{XIII}}
* VideoGame/{{ZombiU}}