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I bought Watch Dogs expecting a fun and intelligent game to play when I recovered from having my wisdom teeth out. It turned out to be so uninspired and un-fun that I just stopped playing it after a few hours, and now I am trying to return it. This game looks good, but it isn't. Here are my main complaints:
- Uninspired writing: as other reviews have noted, the main character in this game is really, really uninteresting. It is a drag to play as him. The supporting cast is a little better, but not good enough to save the game. The plot is dull, focusing on this solemn guy's quest to avenge his murdered niece. The cut-scenes were so melodramatic (sister: we don't need your help!; hero: I will protect you!; nephew: [says nothing because he is traumatized and has not spoken for over a year]) and dumb that I ended up skipping over them. They were also ridiculously incongruous... When you spend a whole game in a sandbox running over hundreds of innocent people and generally being a fire truck-driving psychopath, Aiden's nobility looks very silly. This is why GTA has never had a "morally good" main character. Speaking of GTA, I really missed that series' sense of humor and nuance. This whole game is very on-the-nose and joyless. I saw one in-game advertisement reading "You Should Get A Mortgage". Really? That is the best the writers came up with? It's just a dull world. You don't want to explore it.
- Its unique selling point underwhelms big time: I was really excited about this game, because it promised this big new post-Snowden world where you could do really cool and interesting things by exploiting data and hacking anything "on the grid". The game fell short big time. Basically everything is a simple little mini-game... You want to hack somebody, you press b and listen into their phone conversations and then you can take their money. You want to hack stoplights so you can block traffic? Press and hold b. I don't really know what I was expecting from this "modern hacker" promise, but I was definitely expecting something better than this. This game takes a really cutting-edge and complex premise-- a world where everything can be hacked and everyone's information is stored on a big database-- and reduces it to a series of repetitive mini-games. I was very underwhelmed. The thing that was supposed to make this game so cool does not work.
- You can't fire out of cars: This is a smaller point, but as a practical matter it is a pretty big deal. A lot of the game is car chases, but you can't shoot at the cars you are trying to "take down". So chases take forever and they are boring and kind of hard (but not in a fun way). Why wouldn't you let the player shoot from cars? Not for the first time, I thought this game was unfinished. Like its makers were trying to do so much but they didn't have time to add even relatively basic features like this to make the game hum.
- How do the cops find you? Another small thing that bugged me... Whenever you commit a crime and someone calls the police, these yellow circles follow you from all over and you have to try to evade them. It just felt like another dumb mini-game in a game full of dumb-minigames, and this one was particularly time consuming since police chases are long, tedious affairs.
Other things also annoyed me about this game, but those are the main ones that spring to mind. To be fair, it does have good graphics and its mayhem driving mechanics are actually pretty fun. So I'll give it one star for each of those. My recommendation, though: wait for this game to go down to about $5 before buying it. In the meantime, if you are looking for an excellent sandbox shooter with nuance and intrigue, bring out an old copy of GTA.
Not impressed. For all the hype surrounding this game I expected a lot more. It is just another GTA ripoff with a few cool new gimmicks. The hacking ability of the game is pretty fun/cool but not enough to make this a classic my any means. The side missions are all the same and get repetative very quickly. The driving controls are much to sensitive and feel fake. The story is so-so but was not enough to keep me interested. Oh and let me tell you nothing is more annoying then then you are driving to your next mission/location and some other player online decides they want to hack you. Once this happens you then have roughly 2 min to find that person in a 5 square mile area or they take your money, quite annoying.
Overall an interesting game, but nothing very memorable in the long run
It isn't that this game doesn't work, it does. It isn't that this game was lacking features, it wasn't. It isn't that this game was the worst game I've ever played, it wasn't.
I personally did not like the game. The mechanics of the controls seemed rather clunky to me. The novelty of the game wore off extremely fast for me. Even the jumping into other players single player games to attempt to hack them. I just don't see me playing this game very much and instead of sitting on the shelf most likely to never be played again. I am selling my copy while it still has some value and taking the $20 loss.
Watch Dogs is a frustratingly mediocre game. It could have been something unique but instead chose to be a generic open world action game. On top of that, the story is insipid. The main character is a worthless piece of human garbage. What? My sister is getting harassed by a prank caller? BETTER GO KILL HIM! Our hero, everybody. He lies, steals, murders and blows up property and has no sort of guilt about it. He tries to save people and then steals everything from their bank accounts. You get the idea. It could have been interesting if the main character wasn't portrayed as the hero. If it were like Breaking Bad or the Shield. Where the protagonist is a horrible person that you hate to root for. Sadly, the writers here couldn't manage that. Seeing their story play out, though, its hard to imagine how they even wrote a script. Hell, there is a mortality system in the game that has no real impact but simply tells you people either like or dislike the hero. All this could have been a little less awful if it had an interesting message or actually did something cool with the hacking elements.Hell, we live in a world of constant surveillance. The subtext writes itself. But instead its a terrible story about cool guys using their hacking powers to stop an evil corporation...or other evil hackers. Hell, within the first few hours of the game lines like "He set me up" or "I've been played" are uttered and its not even remotely ironic. Unfortunately hacking isn't very useful and almost every situation devolves into a generic shoot out quickly. Stealth is an option but its often difficult because of the game's wonky elements. The shooting elements are fine but nothing you haven't seen before. Graphically its solid, but not as good, but the visuals can't save this over all bland experience. Don't believe the hype. This game isn't worth your time.
It takes some hours to get comfortable with the controls, but as soon as you start upgrading your skills and get used to the game mechanics, it becomes fun and challenging at the beginning. There are many similarities with GTA, and improves in some areas, like a better GPS, civilians calling 911 if they witness something wrong you do with another person, but it is inferior in most of them. But that is it, the game is shallow compared to GTA.
After a while most missions get repetitive, the eavesdrop and tail gate missions become tedious like Assassin's Creed. Hacking screen against time is boring. Adam Pierce talking as Batman has always the same tone and emotion-less unlike GTA characters making him a boring character. Also you cannot use weapons like your opponents while driving or do hand to hand combat, there is no jump button. AI is not too intelligent on some chases.
It is an open world game, but main mission is sequential, you cannot do main storyline missions at random like GTA. Yes you can go and do some side quests, like Crime stopping, car stealing etc, but main mission is chapter by chapter on each act. At the end of Chapter 2, I really lost interest in the game and stopped playing. Game even depressed me. But this is my personal opinion.
It is an ok, so so game.. nothing special. If you are too bored and don't have anything else to play, it might be ok
For me was a big let down. I usually finish all the game, but this was an exception. Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag is a much better game in comparison. Too much hype and didn't deliver as expected.
I bought this game after finishing several others that I have and reading the reviews for this one. Honestly, I'm not sure exactly what the hype is. I'm about halfway through this and I can't wait to finish it so I can move on to something else. Unfortunately, I will see a game through to completion even though I don't care for it, and this one is pretty painful. Maybe it's because the last game I completed was GTA5 and this feels like a wannabe version of that. I get that the "hacking" concept is relatively unique, but I've found that it's more annoying than fun, especially when trying to stop cars from chasing you. Even though you can hack a street light, bridge, etc., it's rarely timed right and car chases can be REALLY frustrating at times. I've literally spent 30 minutes just trying to escape a bunch of cronies chasing me. The game also does not save nearly enough and you can have to start a chase over after 20 minutes of driving around if you are killed before you complete the mission. The online hacking sucks and seems to happen nearly every time that you are just about to complete a side mission and you end up having to jump off a roof that you spent 5-10 minutes getting to the top of just to chase some idiot down that is trying to hack you. Then you have to go back, figure out where you left off, and then start the process of scaling the building over again......... It's not a terrible game, but it's by far the worst that I've played since I bought the Xbox One.
This game feels like it should be a good game. So far it's clever, but I find myself walking away from it a lot because I have no idea what's going on. There are suggestions all over my screen, it wants me to do stuff with people online and I have no idea what. The missions are confusing and often have no clear path to completion. Am I bad if I steal cars? No idea. Am I bad if I kill people? Still not really sure. How do I not kill people? Why do people run from me sometimes? How the heck do you escape the helicopters?
This game did a terrible job of introducing me to the world, and I just don't care enough to try. I love Ubisoft's new pirate game, but this game wants me to give it the benefit of the doubt that it'll be worth the err oft to understand, and I'm just not feeling it. This will be the last Ubisoft game that I blindly buy other than pretty much every Assassin's Creed game.
This game had a great concept, however, hacking, one of the game's main gimmicks, became incredibly boring/tedious after a while. On top of this, the gameplay/action was mediocre at best. The story was unexciting, multiplayer was terrible, and all the side missions were boring. My advice: buy a different game.
I stayed with it until the last game mission, but in the end, the story was not worth the frustration. If I set a game to "easy" difficulty level, I should not be re-doing missions ten times over. "Easy" should make every mission "easy" to complete in one try - why can't game developers understand this very simple concept?