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I was looking for a new game to play until some of the franchises I favor release their next versions. I saw that Ubisoft had done this game, and I really like their Assassins Creed franchise. It’s a few years old now and was a first version, but it looked interesting enough to try at under $10. I play an Xbox One. As with any new game, you have to learn the control layout and get used to them. Watch Dogs allows you to change the control layout so if you prefer one button to be jump over A then change it early on. Graphics are pretty darned good for the age of the game. It takes place in Chicago, and with some of the ancient worlds Ubisoft replicates in Assassins Creed they replicate Chicago pretty darned well. In the beginning try some of the easy missions or tasks to get a feel for the game play and control. You can hurdle or vault over objects but you cannot jump or parkour like in AC. You can walk or run. Early on you’ll be able to take cars. The whole game and it’s story is based around hacking. Your character is a good hacker, and as you play you get better. You team up with other hackers, and fight against others. Your story begins when you take a job and it’s really a set up and you lose your little niece. Your job is to complete the missions to find out who was responsible and take care of the problems. There are many things to do in the game if you want to take a break from running and hacking. You can look these up on your achievement tree. As you complete tasks and do things you get XP and level up. Leveling up gets you points to do upgrades. They are generous with the points and you should not have much trouble getting most of the upgrades. Do your skill upgrades regularly and choose wisely based on your playing style. As expected the main missions get tougher as you go along. There are a ton of side missions. Some are a ton of fun, some are more challenging, others are a pain. Only if you care about getting 100% progress should you try to complete them all. There are games to play, challenges and a bunch of other things to do besides the main missions. There is a lot of music and most of it is decent depending on your preferences. You can turn it off if you like. As you progress in the game and gain more hacking skills you get to do more things such as. Starting and stopping L trains, changing traffic lights, popping up vehicle barriers, exploding steam pipes, and raising bridges. After a while you will develop a technique for dealing with different situations and getting out of trouble. You can take and drive boats, cars, and trucks. Hints are provided and for the most part are clear so you stay on track. Yes, sometimes it’s tough and overwhelming, but after you fail a few times then finally beat it, you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment. Hacking was fun. You could mess with people. You can take out bad guys from blocks away by hacking cameras then hacking a device. There are hacking puzzles through out the game. You can choose from a variety of vehicles. Motorcycles, sports cars, muscle cars, trucks, luxury cars, they have them all. Be warned, they all drive and handle differently. Driving any vehicle including the boats is straight forward, steer with the stick, throttle with the trigger button. Boats handle very well, land vehicles not so much. The controls were very hard to master especially in a panic situation and they used driving a lot in the game. One whole group of side missions depends on you driving crazy but accurately. Those two usually don’t mix. Your basic mission after your nieces death is to find out who was responsible. Once you go through all of the levels and missions you will solve that puzzle. There are on line videos and walkthroughs in case you get real stuck and need a tip. In spite of a few frustrating levels and side missions, I found the game a ton of fun to play. I hear complaints that it’s too much like Grand theft only with hacking. If you play it like grand theft with a lot of gunplay and needless killing, your really not playing it the way it was intended. It was designed to be a hacking game first. You can get into a bit of trouble if you forcefully steal a car if the occupant decides to call the cops and you’re call blocker doesn’t work. If you shoot a criminal in one of the crime detected side missions the people will call the cops. If you pull your gun out while you run, they get scared and call the cops. Sometimes, the mission just has cops to escape from. The cops are insane freaks and will shoot you to death and chase you to the end of the earth. There are ways to escape these zealots. I found getting to water and grabbing a boat got me away pretty easy. Later in the game they get a helicopter and it’s harder to lose them. As you learn and gain abilities, you can hide under bridges and in tunnels. You can also scramble their controls and put them out of commission. No two players will play the same game and thats the beauty of Mad Dogs. I’ve heard that in Mad Dogs 2 they have corrected some of the shortcomings of this first game. That would be good. I’m glad I got Mad Dogs as it was at a great price and enabled me to get lots of practice on how the game plays so I’ll be ready for Mad Dogs 2.
I am so far only in ACT II about half way (not sure how much longer the game is). The main story was very cool and the game play was fun. There are so many side missions that I kept getting distracted. The driving/racing and online "intrusions take some getting used to, but are not too bad. Some times, even quite fun.
I could not give it 5 stars because I felt it had too much excessive unnecessary scenarios in the game. I do not mind if a mature game has some "sexual content" but prefer that it fit with the story or not be included. Gratuitous sex and violence is not my thing. At least the scenes are short and can be "skipped" through once you get to them.
Graphics are beautiful but not too much to wow you.
Gameplay is a little stiff and the controller scheme is confusing at first (For Example: Press Left analog stick for Reloading) but easy to get used too and same for the driving.
Online mode that stand out - I Love the 1 vs 1 Hacking mode it's very addictive and fun to see someone looking for you while you're standing right there near them.
Online mode we all know - Free roam is fun but it's no GTA V lacking a lot of things but fun to go on high speed chases with the cops hacking the bridge and using it as a ramp with your buddies and doing drive by's riding shotgun looks like a scene from an action movie remember there's an option in the online settings which gives you a choice on do you want people to kill you or not.
This game is great! Ignore the bs reviews people right who dont actually have the game. In my opinion, it is better in gta because it inst just random killing, u don't want to kill civilians, u want to help them.
The graphics in this game are out of this world awesome. The water is crazy, the city at night is stunning, and the who graphic experience overall is great!
The story in this game is pretty good, cheesy dialog at times, but preety good. The character model for niki (Sister of aiden) is pretty bad, but everyone else is good, which I don't really understand.
The running in this game is fantastic. It is so much more fluent than any other game I know, it is great. You can parkor over a wall without even slowing down. Imagine assassins creed running, with a gta feel. It is super fluent, responsive and simply great
The driving in this game is a little bit on the downside. The cars really stick to the ground and I dont even think i have flipped over any of my cars yet. The drifting is okay and the driving overall is okay. I have to admit, gta's driving is a bit better. And on the topic of cars, the cars in this game look fantastic, but it is super easy to find a super car, unlike gta when you find one you feel unstoppable. You just feel normal when you find a limbo, or a Ferrari.
Overall this game is great and I would seroulsy reccomend it to anyone with two thumbs and a brain. It has some bad things in it, but the great things really over weigh the bad. I love this game and it is awesome! BUY IT AND LOVE IT!
I enjoyed Watch_Dogs. While it's not the best game I've ever played, it is pretty solid. Most of the missions are pretty good, but I mostly enjoyed the free roam, and just messing around. Graphics are good too. I think my biggest complaint is how poorly the cars handle. That is the one part of the game I didn't really enjoy. Almost to the point I would avoid driving at all costs.... With that said I have no regrets about buying this game.
This game is my first foray into the open-ended world genre. I was never into the GTAs. I havent finished it yet but I do like it. The conversations and information about the people walking around the city is amazingly detailed and oftentimes funny. Which makes the glitchy-ness of the game strange. It seems like they paid more attention to the little things like the info than the big things like car controls. The side missions are many and range from ridiculously easy to ridiculously difficult. The campaign to this point has the same range. Some of them are headscratchers. The car controls are unruly and wonky but the motorcycle controls are much easy...so NOT like real life. There are MANY glitches. Motorcycles struck on one wheel, attacking cars, floating over water, to name a few. The last one happened the first couple of times I played it and I had to restart the game to make it stop. But all that being said, Im still playing it. Ive done most of the side missions and only go to the campaign when I feel like it which isnt often. When I get sick of dying during a particular mission, I switch to the other. Overall, its a very good game but the glitches keep it from a fifth star.
I love single player games, so for me this integration of multi-player into the single is quite brilliant. It means I can use a little multi to change up my experience without going full-on death match. The multi is literally story driven, quite ingenious. Most of the game play and mechanics are well done, the hacking is novel. I don't really like the driving play or sounds. It's arcady. I don't expect Forza, I guess, but I think they could do better.