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Submitted by Abriael 357d ago | news

Watch_Dogs’ NPC Movements Were Inspired by Pac-Man’s Ghosts

Ubisoft’s Watch_Dogs seems to have found sources of inspiration in the strangest places, and the movement patterns of NPCs are inspired by those of a game you probably wouldn’t have guessed. (PC, PS3, PS4, Watch Dogs, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

hankmoody  +   357d ago
I love me some Pac Man Championship Edition DX +!
Wni0  +   357d ago
loads of games were inspired by pacman. Call of Cthulhu, Condemned 2 Bloodshot, the bear level, Amnesia, Outlast etc etc
KonsoruMasuta  +   357d ago
Off topic: What?! The writer of that article says he hates Pacman! How can you hate such a classic? Even though I was never able to get pass the first 4 levels (and still can't) it was fun.

On topic: That's a interesting piece of information. Didn't think any game this day and age would be inspired by Pacman.
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Abriael  +   357d ago
Just not a fan of repeatitive games, and pacman was *very* repeatitive :D
DeadManIV  +   357d ago
......okaay.....

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