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Interview: Ubisoft Montreal's next-gen agenda

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Studio chief executive Yannis Mallat outlines his team's approach to new tech and IP

While others do their best to sidestep the next-gen issue, Ubisoft is one company which has embraced the impending transition with unabashed pomp.... read more

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Interview: Ubisoft Montreal's next-gen agenda

Postby Unition » 22 Apr 2013, 18:09

I've got a feeling that WatchDogs is gonna disappoint in terms of 'what' it can do. So far, all I've seen is our protagonist pressing a button, which in turn does some really cool s***! But, that's not exactly great gameplay, is it? Hopefully, it will impress ... :)
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Postby budge » 22 Apr 2013, 18:33

Unition wrote:I've got a feeling that WatchDogs is gonna disappoint in terms of 'what' it can do. So far, all I've seen is our protagonist pressing a button, which in turn does some really cool s***! But, that's not exactly great gameplay, is it? Hopefully, it will impress ... :)


I agree. The only thing people seem to be talking about this game is how pwetty the graphics look but not much else. I'd love some deeper information about the game.
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Postby wwinterj » 22 Apr 2013, 21:43

Watch Dogs is also on current gen consoles. Sure the graphics may not be as great as the PS4 and nextbox but gameplay will more or less be the same I believe. We shall see but at the moment I'll be buying Watch Dogs for PS3 as I'm in no rush for a next gen console. Shocking I know!
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Postby qSPARTANp » 23 Apr 2013, 13:49

Ass Creed went downhill when they went multi studio and then yearly churn out, Ghost Recon was turned into a Gears clone and to be honest Gears of war was the game that sold me next gen (current gen) however, ASS 1 was epic. So its a case of wait and see for me as Ubi have been quite disappointing lately.
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