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Concerning the recent Watch Dogs delay

GameZone: Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Watch Dogs has been delayed. Once the first example of what was possible on next-generation hardware, Ubisoft’s open-world action adventure is now slated to release six months after the launches of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. As for the Wii U version, well, that’s another story all together.

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UnrealThreats956d ago

The game IS releasing from april - june. I would personally like April 22nd as a date. That would be amazing.

SageShinigami956d ago

Watch_Dogs' delay hurt the PS4 quite a bit. I've yet to have a reason to play the damn thing, but it coming out later does help cover the gap between now and E3 alongside inFamous.

medman955d ago

The PS4 seems to only be hurt by Sony not being able to match supply with demand, as it remains the best selling console over the months it has been available.

SageShinigami955d ago

That doesn't help me, or the other gamers looking for games right now. It's great that they're sold out, but there are a lot of people who own a PS4 but no game for it.

medman954d ago (Edited 954d ago )

Give me a break guy. How many games can you play at once? The games are coming. If you pick up a console, any console, at launch, you should already know there will not be a plethora of games available so quit complaining. That is one of the perils of being an early adopter, as is the fact the system will have to work out bugs. Until then, enjoy some of the free offerings on psplus. Geez.

wonderfulmonkeyman956d ago

I'm not going to buy it without some sort of incentive, like a cheaper price when it launches for the system or something, now that they've delayed the Wii U version that I wanted to play so badly.
I'm tired of being snubbed by big-name third parties just for owning a Wii U.
In fact, I'm receiving better treatment from indies on the system, and that's saying something.

I'll be looking for some sort of incentive to get it on the Wii U, so it's not entirely out of thought, but at this point, I'm now taking a "wait and see" attitude towards big-name third-party titles like this, since many[not all, but many] have proven that they aren't exactly trust-worthy about the Wii U versions of their games lately.