Ubisoft Purchases Weird domain name.

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  1. Yuki Amano
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    Looks like Ubi purchased "bwaaaaaaaaaah.com. I don't know why, but it looks like it's for a comic book... there's nothing on the website as of now.

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    stickies are stickied for a sticky reason http://gbatemp.net/topic/249271-usn-template-user-submitted-news/ you should read them otherwise things might get... sticky :V
     
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    I'm guessing that this is Ubisoft's legal team responding to that recent lawsuit. I guess "www.crymore.com" was already taken.
     
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    They're making a sequel of Raving Rabbids, with sheep. Baaa-ing Baaaastards or something. :P
     
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    obviously for a raving rabbid website. bwaaaaaaaah is what rabbids say.
    they do.
    bwaaaaaaaaaah
     
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    Boooooooooooring, don't want this anymore.
     
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    ERROR!
    Now I'll invest in bwaaaaaaaaaaah.com with an extra "a" and sell it to Ubisoft for a high price. :tpi:
     
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    Secret close beta prototype website maybe?
     
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    nice try, but laws are in place which stop that.
     
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    maybe they'll do a rayman fun racer next :D
     
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    all I can think of on this topic.
     
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    well at least rayman's name isn't associated with them anymore
     
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    I should have guessed that...
     
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    Ubisoft actually registers domain name for Rabbids’ yell Bwaaaaaaaaaah.com

    Ubisoft has made somewhat of an interesting domain purchase this week. On April 17, 2012, the video game publisher registered the thirteen-letter name bwaaaaaaaaaah.com, which refers to the crazy rabbits known as the Rabbids and their trademark yell, “BWAAAAAAAH!”. Oddly enough, Ubisoft opted not to go with shorter versions of the name like bwaaaaaaaaah.com (which is only twelve letters long and is available at the time of this story). In fact, Ubisoft could’ve registered the nine-letter, ten-letter or even the eleven-letter names.

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