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Submitted by Lavalamp 668d ago | preview

Watch Dogs Hacks Everything | The Escapist

The Escapist: "Complexity in gameplay is something that we don't see every day. There are so many twitch shooters and button mashing adventures, there's just not much room for games with involved and thoughtful mechanics. Watch Dogs is looking to change this, and the hype is doing justice to the fact that gamers occasionally want to do something more with their experience." (PC, PS3, PS4, Watch Dogs, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Voyevoda  +   668d ago
That game looks very cool. Saw it during E3.
jmc8888  +   668d ago
C'mon Ubisoft, it wouldn't be complete if you didn't include a hackable Xbox One so we could watch someone!
ab5olut10n  +   668d ago
Sounds awesome, developing a reputation among the public.
CaptainYesterday  +   668d ago
I will hack everything I see! Looking forward to playing the multiplayer and messing with people ;P

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