The lights are on
At Sony’s PlayStation press conference at E3 2013, Ubisoft had a strong showing with Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag and Watch Dogs. We had a chance to see more demonstration play of the latter, including the first look at the mobile companion play.
We’ve heard that players can be assisted by remote friends using tablet apps to help with hacking from afar. Tonight we got our first look. It wasn’t much, but the interface looks simple to use, and the impact on the console player’s experience was easy to understand.
We’ll be sure to ask Ubisoft for a demo on the show floor.
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Sad to here that you have to pay for online and I thought they spent to much time on Watch Dogs.
watch dogs looks like a very complex game i wanna play it
Neat. Like the Wii U needed another cool thing as well. So they gave everyone something.
I'm very excited for this game!! It's started to look more complex the more demos we get, and I like it better each time!
Sweet that's a Nexus 10 in that picture, glad to see Android getting some love.
SO I am to assume you can automatically do this with the Wii U version seeing as it already has a tablet? It only makes sense. Looks like I will be getting the Wii U version if that is the case.
Glad this is being explained a bit.
I think Watch Dogs is gonna a$$ rape the video game industry by surprise...don't bend over doubters!
Watch Dogs looks to be a ton of fun.