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Watch Dogs: ctOS Mobile Hands-On Preview | Good Griefing [Dealspwn]

Dealspwn tests out Watch Dogs' companion app ctOS Mobile, and how it interacts with the full game.

Dealspwn's Jonathan Lester writes: "Aiden Pearce has a lot on his plate. As a lone vigilante hacker standing against the police and corrupt corporations that dominate near-future Chicago, he'll have to rely on his wits, hacking skills and trigger finger to survive. Driving at insane speeds one moment and remotely infiltrating CCTV cameras the next, an antihero's work is never done.

However, he'll also have to deal with me griefing him when I'm bored on the bus thanks to a staggeringly ambitious companion app." (Android, ctOS Mobile, iPad, iPhone, PC, PS3, PS4, Watch Dogs, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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