Ubisoft share first Watch_Dogs Wii U screenshots

Nintendo Insider writes:

After keeping it hidden in the shadows for so long, Ubisoft have today shared the first Wii U screenshots for their open world hackathon, Watch_Dogs.

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ZeekQuattro1365d ago

To bad they disabled the feature on Miiverse. lmao I am surprised they even bothered to have a Miiverse page as its not required of every game.

jcnba281365d ago

Probably because they knew they would get a lot of hate if they did have a Miiverse page lol

guitarded771365d ago

Damage control. I think Nintendo should make it a required feature for every game. I wanted to share some Monster Hunter screens several times, or use screens in asking questions, but the feature wasn't there. Real bummer. I already played Watch Dogs, but still think the feature should be there for new players.

SteamPowered1365d ago

Mods would have to monitor the page around the clock to avoid controversial views and bad language. And of course funny, funny Miipost pictures.

shaw981365d ago

Like they seriously could not just port it to the wii u instead of delaying it half a year? Was map integration the only thing they could do to add to the wii u version?

Hanuman1365d ago

If they aren't pulling a UBI on us, they actually look really good. Can't wait to see it in motion.

MasterCornholio1365d ago

Doesnt look bad at all.

However im cautious with these because Ubisoft is know to be dishonest with screenshots.

u got owned1365d ago

This are probably bullshots like Ubisoft always do. The game will be probably an aliasing mess with low res textures.

MasterCornholio1365d ago

I dont mean to bash the Wii U or anything but these shots look too clean if you know what i mean.

Reminds me of what they did with the XB1 and PS4 versions of the game.

TheHaydenator1365d ago

from what I've seen of it aa is absent but other than that it holds up fairly well. Don't know about how it performs though

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