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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.
Game was suggested and was cautious about it after reading the reviews and am so glad I bought it. Been playing it for 2 days and I have only completed 6.8% of the game. To me this is important as I have paid $60 on a game only to beat it within a few days. The only thing hard to remember is you can not jump. You can climb onto things and stuff but can't jump. In this game I don't see where jumping would matter. I love you can decide if what you want to do. You can pick up side missions and you can be walking down the street and an alert will pop up about a potential crime, then you decide whether to take the side job or just ignore it and keep walking. Couldn't believe the price and am blown away with the game. I play a lot of first person shooter games like the Call of Duty series and games like that so this is a complete change for me and I have no complaints.
I was completely surprised at how much fun this game is. It has elements of Need for Speed, GTA, and Black Ops, all rolled into one fun game. I’ve been playing it for many many hours, and I still have 60% to complete. The game is challenging with puzzles, technology, shooting, racing with cars AND boats! , covert ops and cop chases. I would highly recommend this game. Even the online challenges (which do NOT require xbox Gold) are extremely entertaining as you work with or against other online players. Since I only spent 8 dollars on this brand new, it’s totally worth it !
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.
I'm not sure why so many serious gamers were so disappointed by this. A common thread I saw was "it's like a GTA clone with hacking." Fair enough, maybe so, but for how many years it'll be before we get another GTA game, I'll take a clone of this quality. On XBox One, the visuals are fantastic. Chicago was modeled very authentically and everything looks great, gameplay is pretty easy to pick up and addictive and I enjoyed the mix of stealth / action / puzzle elements. Not unlike a mashup of GTA and Splinter Cell - two of my favorite franchises. On the critical side, I will say the soundtrack is awful and gets annoying fast, the story in the campaign took a while to get going and as much as the online portion is a very cool concept, the execution is terrible, from the annoyance of getting hacked while you're trying to accomplish something in the campaign down to the rarely available UbiSoft servers. Besides that though, I enjoyed this thoroughly.