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Submitted by -Mezzo- 661d ago | preview

VB - Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs highlights the down side of smart cities (preview)

VB - The premise behind Ubisoft’s upcoming Watch Dogs game is scary because it’s not so far from the truth. A computer hacker could break into a city’s central nervous system and cause all sorts of vigilante havoc. And the more connected cities become, the easier it will be to take them over and control them. (PC, PS3, PS4, Watch Dogs, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

kingPoS  +   661d ago
Fiction is quickly becoming the new reality. It's like writers of Scifi are getting glimpses froms the future or something.

Take the youtube show H+. It's almost scary how close to possible some of those concepts are.

Google Glass anyone.

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