Ubisoft: Watch Dogs development details, still working on Vita games and R6: Patriots still in dev.

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  1. soulx
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    http://www.digitalspy.com/gaming/ne...se-undecided-offers-same-social-features.html

    cool, cool cool cool
     
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    I have to say, Watch_Dogs is really quite fetching. It looks doggone great! It's the cat's meo oh wait.

    Glad to hear that RS: Patriot is still on the way. Here's hoping we see more gameplay soon - Ubisoft should go all out and show off the Guns of the Patriot title.
     
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    You're really barking up the wrong tree.

    Now that I'm learning it's being downported to the PS3/Xbox 360 I'm hoping I can get a PS4 for it. If I have the money and all that jazz. And if the console is equally appealing by the time launch hits.
     
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    Clever indeedB-)
     
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    This game seems just amazing and I love how they have blended assassin's creed game into it gameplay wise. The only concern I have for the pc version is slowdown because ac3 wasn't very good although far cry 3 was.
     
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    I know devs like to use near supercomputers for their work but given the PC seems to be the lead platform ( http://www.vg247.com/2013/02/27/watch-dogs-pc-is-lead-platform/comment-page-1/ also OP though it is worded oddly) you are probably good there.
     
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    It's certainly getting some tails wagging. I just hope the end result isn't dogged by the excessive hype surrounding it.
     
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    In other words: they're going to use it for the city map and some easy inventory management.

    ...

    No, I'm not smarter than ubisoft development team. My bet is they've already decided that but refrain from making public statements about it until they've properly tested things.
     
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    lookn' forward to rainbow 6.
     
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    I'm sure they'll use the controller for more than that. The obvious thing is to use the controller as the in-game phone and enable easy access to various things you can hack. Maybe add an enlarged map on the screen and access to the inventory as well.

    But the more positive Wii U news to come from this is that it's getting a port down from the PC version and not the PS3/360 versions. If the devs put in as much effort as Criterion did with NFS: Most Wanted, we should at least see improved textures, framerate and image quality over the PS3/360 versions.
     

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