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Submitted by crock7owu10 583d ago | preview

Ubisoft's 'Watch Dogs' looks to set the tone for the next-generation of gaming - Examiner

Ubisoft is without a doubt the publisher that seems to be advertising this concept of next-generation gaming the most, and with what we have seen thus far from Watch Dogs, it seems to be the game that is going to embody what next-generation gaming will be about coming this holiday season.

Ubisoft is clearly one of the first developers and publishers to fully embrace this concept of a multi, single player games, and Watch Dogs seems to embody that. (PC, PS3, PS4, Watch Dogs, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

DaThreats   583d ago | Trolling | show | Replies(4)
mewhy32  +   583d ago
I'm glad the current gen is also getting this game but at the same time I wish the developer would have focused all of it's resources on making this game for next gen. I know it's going to be great but I feel that it could be even better with the focus completely on next gen.
ape007  +   583d ago
who else is eagerly awaiting to see comparison between watch dogs nextgen VS watch dogs current gen, i wanna see an actual generation leap, i still haven't seen one quite yet, crysis 3 and metro 2 are fully intact on consoles, forget about tessellation ,1080p, 60fps and lightning, NO i wanna see a real generation difference in geometry, animation, interactivity, things going on screen etc.., i wanna see something like the when i saw MGS2 for the first time, saw HD perfect dark zero for the first time, played mario 64 for the first time(biggest gen leap ever)

i feel nextgen games are enhanced current gen games
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webeblazing  +   583d ago
dont tell people this. their blind to the fact a lot of these feature been here. we re just gonna get more of the same just like this gen nothing changed with the games except the details
MiasmaDodo  +   583d ago
Game looks cool but the fact that its appearing on PS3/360, I have my doubts how "next gen" this is...

especially when Ubisoft themselves said "current gen and next gen Watch Dogs are the exact same Game, just with better graphics on some"
crock7owu10  +   583d ago
Can I see the link to the quote for that one? That's some professional lingo Ubisoft must have been throwing out there.
MiasmaDodo  +   583d ago
obviously its not verbatim LoL

but since your a genius you can Google it.
ame22  +   583d ago
We already saw that this e3. While last gen was the generation of shooters, this gen will be known as the generation of open world.
0pie  +   583d ago
i hate the p.r and marketing people of ubisoft. I cant believe how much bullshit they can say about their games. No one remember Assassin Creed 1 here?
Marc20110  +   583d ago
Open world shooters, how we have evolved.
TheUltimateGamer  +   583d ago
It's going to be pretty interesting to compare the same game on two different generation consoles. I look forward to that for sure. Cool article.

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