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Watch Dogs Preview: Hack To Your Heart's Content l Player Affinity

In today’s world, nearly everything that we interact with has to do with a computer in some shape or form. From writing an article, to bank transactions, and of course video games, computers define our lives. But are we too dependent on them? And what about all of our information – who controls it when it’s out in the worldwide network?

This is the premise behind Ubisoft Montreal’s Watch Dogs. Though it’s still too early to judge Watch Dogs, but based on the info that's been given so far, it is definitely something to look out for in 2013. (E3, PC, PS3, Watch Dogs, Xbox 360)

TerraMantis  +   1058d ago
This is easily my most anticipated game of E3, it looks amazing.
Nice to know a few more of the details.

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