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Submitted by ohcatrina 527d ago | interview

Watch Dogs Preview Interview With Ubisoft Producer Dominic Guay Pt. 2 - Gamerhubtv

Ubisoft Producer Dominic Guay details the open world action game, set in Chicago, in this exclusive interview. (Dominic Guay, PS3, PS4, Ubisoft, Watch Dogs, Xbox 360)

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gamerlive  +   527d ago
This game is shaping up to be another potential franchise for Ubisoft
bienio  +   527d ago
Cant wait:)
NewJersian  +   527d ago
I like games like this where you can alter the story by what actions you take. Good to see how considerate the player was by parking his car in the mall parking lot rather than leave it just anywhere. Looks like a good game
KrisK  +   527d ago
LOL

Well put. Honestly, I loved that video. I can't wait for this game.
ZBlacktt  +   527d ago
This will be my first buy on the PS4. Along with Killzone. But I'm so looking forward to this game because it's all real life.

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