Submitted by neil363 499d ago | review

The Art of Watch Dogs Review - TXH

Neil writes "We all know the story behind Watch Dogs. Aiden Pearce is out for revenge after a botched attack on his life left his niece dead. In a world filled with hackers, criminals and gangs, Aiden needs to work the network to his advantage, hacking anything and everything that he can.

But a story only works if there’s some form of background to each and every individual, place and item found in Ubisofts re imagining of Chicago and this is where ‘The Art of Watch Dogs’ comes to the fore." (Culture, PC, PS3, PS4, Watch Dogs, Xbox 360, Xbox One) -

OUROSMAG  +   499d ago
I like that concept of clara, better than the final version.
oKidUKo  +   499d ago
It's a bit pricey but for a tad cheaper I'd pick this up myself. Interesting to see how concepts got to their final form and the ideas behind other artwork.

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