Watch Dogs Review | Thunderbolt

Ever since its eye-opening debut at E3 a mere two years ago, Watch Dogs has been heralded as the true arrival of next-generation gaming. Ubisoft itself has done little to discourage this notion, barrelling full steam ahead on an unrelenting hype train, but the game that steps off at the end of the line isn’t the revolution many were hoping for. More than anything, it’s a reminder of generations past rather than gaming’s future. It borrows concepts from other Ubisoft franchises and feeds them into an open-world built in the same vein as those that followed in Grand Theft Auto III’s footsteps, relying on a unique hook to differentiate from the rest of the pack.

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TheOpenWorlder1553d ago

Agreed, game was utter shit.

WCCFTech was right all along