Angry Dedsec brings you the Final Truth on Ubisofts much hyped Watch_Dogs! Does it deliver on its original promise?
Even if failing to reach such absurd hype still gets a great score here, sounds like it's a solid game.
Its solid but still a missed opportunity. It almost feels like the first Assassin's Creed game in a way. A lot of potential but wasted really. There will be a sequel and it will be better.
I may like it more than most if that's the case. But we'll wait and see. I still think AC1 is rather underrated by what I typically see from the general public.
So far, I am not liking the game and the graphics are rather weak too, to much aliasing and isn't sharp (even at night, with the rain)
7 coming from angry joe is quite generous.
Still much better than GTA IV and that game has a metacritic average of 98.
ummm... you're comparing it to the wrong game , GTAV is the one that should be compared to Watch Dogs .
GTA V next-gen/PC version has not released yet and I will wait for that to release to compare it to the PC version of Watch Dogs which is slowly becoming the game we were all shown at E3 2012 thanks to the efforts of very dedicated modders. I still have a good feeling GTA V will come up on top.
I like Watch_Dogs and I also really liked GTA4 - sure it feels dated now, but I really got sucked into the city and its characters. I know it's probably YEARS away but I am already excited for what a proper next-gen GTA will be like.
The review of this guy is the "final truth"? Sure it is...
Opinions, deal with it!
I think that's what Diego's trying to point out with the "Final Truth" bit mentioned above, as if hinting at being "more objective" or something like that. I can see where he's coming from, but maybe it's a reference to the game. I don't know.
^^^^ It definitely is. Game was shit. End of story
Ok this guy just starts rambling on. now I got a headache thanks angry joe
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