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Submitted by -Mezzo- 318d ago | article

Watch Dogs’ Mobile App Wants You to Disrupt Console Players’ Games

Kotaku - Hey, that Aiden Pearce guy. The jerk who keeps pulling his turtleneck over his mouth, breaking into systems and generally wreaking havoc all over Chicago. Somebody should try to stop him, no? Well, when you fire up Watch Dogs’ companion app on your phone, that somebody is you. (iPhone, Watch Dogs)

TOGC  +   318d ago
That title made me think of something else, actually reading the article and it makes sense.
akaFullMetal  +   318d ago
While that seems neat, I don't think companion apps will be that big.
ziggurcat  +   318d ago
that's pretty cool.
GiantEnemyCrab  +   318d ago
That is cool. I kinda wish the title was more accurate. If you could enable/disable it and make the game more challenging by having other players "disrupt" the game.
ginsunuva  +   318d ago
Now not only are smartphone gamers disrupting the gaming world, they can disrupt gamers directly!

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