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It has taken the game a long time in reaching store shelves but I am happy to say that the long overdue Watch Dogs is finally here. Since the reveal of its gameplay footage at last years E3, I knew that this game was going to be a major success. For those of you out there who are unfamiliar with the game. Watch Dogs is different to all of the games which you have played before. You see, this isn’t your average third-person shooter where you pick up crazy shotguns and awesome AK-47’s. Here the most powerful weapon at your disposal is your smartphone. The main protagonist Aiden Pearce is one of the city’s many hackers. The city of Chicago is inhabited with hackers just like him and they have the ability to steal cars, hack ATM’s and steal your personal information with just a push of a button. From time to time they turn on themselves and it’s up to you to stop them.
The game features a wide range of missions which require you to use your smartphone wherever and whenever you can. Sometimes things may get ugly and that’s when a handgun and silencer come in handy. For the first few hours that I’ve played the game it’s safe to say that this game will keep you entertained for hours, especially when its time to hack.
Coming up to its final release date which was May 27th I had a quick glance at a few of the game’s trailers and that’s when I noticed something important. I saw hope. The guys over at Ubisoft have pushed the gaming industry away from that stale Call of Duty action and have brought something new and exciting to the table. Looking at a game like Watch Dogs who knows what we’ll see in the next few months and what cool and original ideas we’ll see as the lives of our current gen consoles progress. This is one game that all of you out there should check out, especially all of you tech heads.
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