|QUOTE (MosquitoSmasher @ Thursday, Jun 20 2013, 19:20)|
| It's all fine and dandy with me. But Rockstar has yet to disappointment me with one of their big name titles and Ubisoft...has disappointed me plenty with big name titles already. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten sands was bad, Ghost Recon FS i rather forget ASAP, Splinter Cell Conviction was MEH. Watch_Dogs looked great last year at E3, but these days it looks a lot less impressive. I honestly am not hyped for WD anymore and i think it's being overhyped by the media in big ways. With every video i see that while you can indeed hack a lot of things, i can also already it becoming a gimmick like a sh*tload of things in the AC games. WD is set in Chicago, just the city and that's it, no countryside, no nothing aside from that. So we can hack a lot of stuff? Oh wow amazing, but what else? Oh shoot baddies and drive cars with so far rather bad looking hadling and physics? Oh joy! |
Just look at what we can do in GTA V and compare that to WD. I rest my case.
I said this from the beginning. From the very first video I've seen, I said it will be another ordinary open-world game from Ubisoft with wooden world, etc. I have a very good feeling of such things
Watch Dogs may be a bit better than other open-world games from Ubisoft, but the point is the same.
There is only a few developers of extremely high class. Their games have a soul, something very special that you can feel.
Bioware, Rockstar and others are among them.
GTA always had this soul, this specialness. Amazing living world.
Watch Dogs, most likely, will have high ratings like Assasin's Creed or Far Cry 3, but it will not be able to approach to GTA.
Because Watch Dogs is the game of very different class