The world of Ubisoft's "Watch Dogs" is a brutal one. You risk your life to save an injured thief, bringing him to what you thought was safety -- only to watch him get stabbed to death by a gaunt, skeletal crime boss. And it's a world that forces your hand. Need money? Hack the cell phones of everyone around you and get access to their bank accounts, along with information about their private lives. "Grand Theft Auto" never alerts you that the pedestrian you ran over is a single mom with a sick kid, but when it comes out on May 27 for Xbox One and Xbox 360, "Watch Dogs" won't let you off the hook that easily.