Summary: This game is like the nerd version of GTA. And the scary thing is that it's fairly accurate too. There's been plenty of people who have been able to hack cars satellites guns all kinds of things in today's "smart" world.
Summary: A few notes to put this review into context: I am a slightly above 'casual' gamer. I don't live and breathe video games but I'm usually playing through at least one at any given time. I only play Campaign Modes...I'm not into online gaming. I am not a 100% completionist.
Summary: The game is great. It is the first game that got me really excited to finish the side missions more than the main story. The graphics aren't made for next gen, I feel like I'm playing it on my PS3 or Xbox 360, and not on my Xbox One. I hope the next Watch Dogs will be way, graphics wise.
Summary: Really interesting game with plenty to do. Although it's kind of lacking in an A to Z storyline, it has plenty of "side quests" to keep it entertaining. I'm not sure that I love the automatic interaction with XBOX Live members with the hacking challenges.
Watch Dogs is a fun game that you can do a lot of cool ...
Andrew Shayer, Amazon
31 December 2014
Summary: Watch Dogs is a fun game that you can do a lot of cool stuff in. I mean you can go from a really serious mission to blowing up half of Chicago in a spider-tank in a matter of minutes. This is a good game to pick up for around $20-25 , but is too repetitive to justify paying a full $60.
Summary: The game isn't the best in the world, but its still a decent port and fun to play. I suspect the reason this game is getting so much crap is due to the recent Ubisoft hate band wagon. I don't agree with their business practices, but that won't effect my review on a game unlike other people. >_>