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Watch Dogs Review | Geekenstein

"Instead of trying to be innovative, Watch Dogs relies on piggybacking off the success of Ubisoft’s other franchises to supply a familiar feeling, but in the process it never acquires a true sense of self. Nevertheless, there’s a lot of fun to had if are able to overlook its glaring faults, but I don’t think the target demographic should have to settle for such a scatterbrained hack job. While it doesn’t reinvent any genres, Watch Dogs just might be a game that has a level of appeal everyone can appreciate, but it’s hidden under a mound of disappointment." - Dustin Triplett of Geekenstein

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1173d ago
crusf1173d ago (Edited 1173d ago )

-"Instead of trying to be innovative, Watch Dogs relies on piggybacking off the success of Ubisoft’s other franchises to supply a familiar feeling, but in the process it never acquires a true sense of self."
-"While it doesn’t reinvent any genres, Watch Dogs just might be a game that has a level of appeal everyone can appreciate, but it’s hidden under a mound of disappointment."

4/5

caseh1173d ago

That first statement pretty much nails it, they've built it off the back of their other titles namely assassin's creed. I've not played AC since 2 yet I was reminded of it within 10 mins of play.

It's a cool game with nice ideas but the hype didn't math the end product, score is just about right