Summary: I am surprised that this game does not have more reviews. Perhaps it is because the people playing it are addicted and can't step away to write a review. I give this game 4 stars I would give it 5 stars but will go over the pros and cons of the game. First things first, I really enjoy this game and was pleasantly surprised. I was not sure what to expect because I've read mixed reviews, but you need to approach this game with an open mind.
Summary: I like big-world games that have a primary campaign with lots of optional jobs on the side. I had heard a lot about this game, some love it…some hate it. I have never been to Chicago, so that element meant little to me. The gameplay took some time to get used to, and the game throws you into the action right at the start (I would have liked a bit more of a lighter, tutorial-like level to get comfy with the controls.
Cars don't handle great, the driving is a bit rough
Marcellus Breuning, Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: There are some mixed reviews on this game. I haven't finished it yet but played it for some 10-15 hrs now. The criticism about the driving is somewhat justified. Cars don't handle great, the driving is a bit rough, but it's not bad. Car chases and take downs feel a bit frustrating sometimes. I like the overall story and I enjoy the way you can play in different ways, stealth or guns blazing, you can always find a way. The AI is pretty good, comparable to GTAV.
Summary: Ever since the arrival of Grand Theft Auto 3, game developers have been trying to create their own game changing open world experience, but the only games that change the format since GTA3 have been subsequent GTA games. Watch Dog has been the latest fame hoping to take over that lucrative GTA market. The big difference with Watch Dogs is the protagonist is not an anti-hero working his way up in a crime organization build on drugs and / or gun running.
It was awesome, The mask fits perfectly and is really soft
Joshua Land, Amazon
18 July 2014
Summary: It was awesome, The mask fits perfectly and is really soft, warm enough to actually whear during cold days. The statue is is wonderfully crafted and fits with my collection. the game though only really deserves one playthrough. Which is sad.
Summary: Watch Dogs is an interesting experience. It's one part Assassin's Creed, one part Grand Theft Auto and a dash of Orwell's 1984. The premise is that it's Chicago in the very near future (like 5 years) and you are a hacker. Smart phone technology has allowed the devices to become the hacker's tool of the trade.