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Submitted by LewisDenby 1270d ago | news

Remember Me has a different message to Watch Dogs, says dev

Despite thematic similarities, Remember Me has a different message to take home than Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs, according to the game’s creative director. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Watch Dogs, Xbox 360)

chrisyoung0422  +   1270d ago
Both games look very interesting.
pixelsword  +   1270d ago
Yeah, but in watchdogs I was really hoping that I would be able to watch a bunch of dogs.
mistajeff  +   1270d ago
I lol'd
i_da_pappy  +   1270d ago
Yeah but in sleeping dogs I was really hoping I was able to watch a bunch of sleeping dogs /s
Cajun Chicken  +   1270d ago
It's really odd how both of these games seem to continue the themes behind the original Syndicate game. Paranoia cyberpunk sandbox to become a new genre?

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