Review: Watch Dogs

Review: Watch Dogs(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Ubisoft’s next- gen open world hacking game, Watch Dogs, has finally arrived after much delay from the developers.

In this action-adventure video game, players will take on the role of Aiden Pearce, a skilled hacker seeking revenge for the death of his niece.

Players freely roam the street of Chicago hacking into traffic lights, the city’s ctOS network, cameras, billboards, etc.., while completing missions with set objectives.

One of the biggest complaints of this game is the graphics. At times the graphics tend to be poor, not what was expected from the previews at E3.

Availability and Pricing

Watch Dogs is available on PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U for $59.99 on all platforms.

The Verdict

This game is worth playing, there’s a lot to do in terms of its main campaign and side missions, along with the ability to explore the world and hack into almost anything.

Here are some others reviews about Ubisoft’s recently released game:

“Watch Dogs is a game that in some aspects doesn’t meet the hype that built up around it. However, what you will find (if you let it) is an immersive world to get engrossed in and a rewarding experience if you let it give it to you.” – The -void.co.uk

“Watch Dogs is beautiful, but it doesn’t do anything to change up the same core game we’ve seen since Grand Theft Auto III. This game is “next-gen” in the looks department only.” – PCWorld

“A fun and dynamic open-world actioner that’s a little too familiar.” – CrunchyRoll

“Playing through Watch Dogs proves that it’s also a little too inspired by other open-world games, however. It desperately wants to do new things — and occasionally does in spectacular fashion — but can’t quite muster the strength to break from the mold. Cool phone, though.” – Yahoo

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