Big Ben Interactive have just announced that they'll be bringing the remaining Ubi Soft Dreamcast titles to Europe, as part of an exclusive distribution deal.


The arrangement will see four Ubi Soft titles making their way on to the format during February, including Freestyle Scooter, Evil Twin, Conflict Zone and Dragon Riders: Chronicles of Pern - great news, seeing as there were rumours that some of the titles may have been canned or heavily delayed.

Bigben Interactive's deal with Ubi Soft is similar to the deal that Bigben Interactive announced with Capcom last year, which saw the European releases of Heavy Metal Geomatrix and Canon Spike confirmed.

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Bigben Interactive UK's Managing Director, Dick Francis, said "This deal represents a great start to the New Year for all at Bigben and makes our intentions known to all for the forthcoming year. We are striving to bring more quality gaming experiences to a wider audience and our insistence on collaborating with publishers of repute is allowing us to do just that."

Along with the recently released REZ, Dreamcast owners can look forward to the following titles between now and March:
  • 8th Feb - Heavy Metal Geomatrix
  • 8th Feb - Dragon Riders: Chronicles of Pern
  • 15th Feb - Conflict Zone
  • 22nd Feb - Canon Spike
  • Feb - Evil Twin
  • Feb - Freestyle Scooter
  • 1st March - Phantasy Star Online V2.0
  • 8th March - NBA 2K2

We'll have a review of REZ later this week, and full reviews of the above Dreamcast titles as they're released.

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