Watch Dogs 2 Review – No Hack Job

Silicon Right-Up-My-Alley.

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Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft
Format: PC, PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One
Released: November 15, 2016
Copy provided by publisher

Historical public opinion has not been kind to the original Watch Dogs. A game propelled by unreasonable levels of hype and buoyed by controversially unrepresentative promotional footage, it’s not the most fondly looked upon game in these cultural circles.

Despite its reputation and its housing of one of the least likable protagonists in all of videogames, I loved Watch Dogs, perhaps more than a vast majority of people.

Watch Dogs 2 enters the world without either of the original’s glaring problems hanging over its head.

Expectations have been significantly lowered, and the detestable Aiden Pierce has been replaced by the instantly more entertaining Marcus Holloway.

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Marcus is the first clue that Watch Dogs 2 will be an entertaining romp. He’s not a generic Ubisoft protagonist avenging yet another dead family member, he’s positioned as a strong part of hacker culture with the ability to crack a smile.

He’s a pop culture nerd, a cocky asshole, and an overly idealistic hacktivist. In short, he’s the exact kind of protagonist Watch Dogs needed from the start.

Watch Dogs 2‘s narrative is similarly more enthralling than the original’s, throwing in some light social commentary about such things as “big brother” culture, gentrification, and the importance of information.

In a San Francisco where every gadget, building, and vehicle is integrated into a ruling operating system, Marcus and his colorful buddies from DeadSEC conspire to disrupt the system and cause chaos.

Their aim is to win followers and earn both the fame and resources required to take down Blume – a ruling corporation exploiting the “smart city” of San Fran for its own typically evil ends.

Hacking culture is affectionately spoofed, and while the writing can be a little wince-inducing at times, the giddy movie references, satirical plot arcs, and excitable character banter make for a game that is often genuinely amusing.

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San Francisco itself feels remarkably alive. Pedestrians love interacting with Marcus, whether they’re getting out of their cars to yell at a player blocking traffic, or photobombing Marcus as he takes pics.

It’s a reactive city, and one that I just love wandering around in. Plus of course, you can hack anybody’s phone to find out random facts, eavesdrop on correspondence, or steal some quick cash.

Watch Dogs 2 is absolutely drenched in things to do to the point where it can be overwhelming. As is typical of Ubisoft games at this point, San Francisco is practically bloated with content – from missions and sudden events to collectibles to landmarks where Marcus can take selfies.

Hell, the game even has a Shazam-style app that lets you save music whenever you hear it.

The main missions are well structured and pit DeadSEC up against some interesting adversaries.

Ubisoft has learned from the original Watch Dogs where the fight against Deadmau5 parody DEFALT was the best part. Now, almost every mission offers exaggerated opponents or colorful scenarios, and it’s all the better for it.

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Side missions occur regularly, sometimes needing to be found in the city by hacking phones or talking to random people. There are also “Driver SF” missions where Marcus ferries people about town, as well as a robust online mode.

Like the first Watch DogsWD2 can be played with a persistent online connection that allows for players to “invade” each other. You never know when a player might turn up in your city and attempt to hack your data, hiding among NPCs and needing to be sniffed out.

Hacked players can use Marcus’ “detective vision” (games love it!) to highlight potential attackers in purple, hoping to find their opponent before it’s too late. If discovered before the download is complete, the hacker can try to escape, initiating a fun competitive chase.

The cat-and-mouse gameplay has always been great fun, and has been given more emphasis in the sequel.

While at times it can be annoying to get hacked in the middle of a mission, I’ve almost always loved the sudden diversion and I delight in hunting down and eliminating enemy players.

Outside of sneaky hackery, players can help the cops chase down real players or engage in a series of cooperative objectives. All of these sidelines contribute to the overall goal of earning followers and unlocking research points that Marcus can use to improve his gear.

If the online interruptions get too irritating, they can be switched off, so you only ever have to screw around with others when you want.

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Much of Watch Dogs‘ gameplay has been retained. Fundamentally a standard open-world action game, things are given a shot in the arm by Marcus’ ability to hack the “CTOS” powered devices around him.

Players can cause distractions by triggering phone alarms, shut down power around him, and create traps or lures by tinkering with electrical devices.

There’s a ton of stuff players can take advantage of, moreso than the first game, and things again risk overwhelming the player as they drown in options.

It certainly takes time to get to grips with everything Watch Dogs 2 offers, and some of the toys require experimentation before their practical usage becomes apparent.

All that said, there’s room for distinct play styles and things go from an overloard to a fantastic laugh once a player finds their own flavor.

Setting traps to stun and kill enemies, charging in with 3D-printed assault rifles, sneaking about like a ghost, there are lots of ways to approach an objective, and nobody ever has to be tied to one style.

Let me also just reemphasize that you 3D print assault rifles. Weapons and gadgets are all 3D-printed. Because of course they are.

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The biggest additions to the game are the RC Jumper and Quad Copter. These remote controlled devices can infiltrate places ahead of Marcus, sometimes accessing places he can’t reach.

The Jumper is great for sneaking and hacking physical data ports in Marcus’ stead, using vents and small spaces to scuttle about safely. It can also pick up cash or hidden research points, and be upgraded to taunt NPCs so they’ll follow it into traps.

The Quad is a terrific surveillance device, with upgrades that let it detect and mark enemies more efficiently. It gives a good overview of any area, finds online opponents efficiently, and can remotely hack out-of-reach areas.

It would look stupid for Aiden “Iconic” Pierce to use these things since he’s such a po-faced wanker, but they’re both fun toys that fit Marcus’ personality, and incredibly useful tactical devices.

Watch Dogs 2 has its fair share of glitches, as one sadly has to expect these days.

I’ve had some framerate stuttering, NPCs behaving bizarrely and getting into weird places, and one stunning experience where all the DeadSEC members’ character models spawned maybe forty times each in the same room, all trapped in weird poses.

At the very least it was interesting and funny, even if I did need to reload the game. Certainly one of the strangest bugs I’ve seen outside of Steam’s barrel bottom.

While the “looser” aspects of the game can get in the way, they’re not too frequent to damage the overall experience and WD2 is great at perpetually autosaving so I’ve lost no progress as a result of anything.

Outside of such errors, the game looks pleasant even if it isn’t graphically stunning, with more attention given to creating a stylish looking city and filling it with believable, interactively satisfying NPCs.

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The one thing Aiden had going for him was his cool coat, and while Marcus doesn’t sport such attire himself, he can buy and discover tons of clothing for all one’s customization needs.

There are lots of fun aesthetic options and I found myself constantly playing with my protagonist’s look. The only grating part is the “Premium” store section that, while not currently featuring anything but preorder bonus items, hints at future exploitation.

As one of the first Watch Dogs‘ few long-standing fans, I was hoping for an expanded version of the original game with more playthings and a better hero, which is exactly what I got.

There are still lots of typically “Ubi” moments in the game, and the issue of nebulous, sometimes repeated content is hard to avoid, but overall this is one of the best open-world Ubisoft games out there.

Missions are varied and hugely fun, traditional combat and driving are enjoyable, while all the hacking is a delight – traffic lights to turn off, sewer openings to explode, cars to steer out of control, and opposing players to troll.

Lots to do, and a vast load of it’s a trip.

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Most importantly, Watch Dogs 2 offers a sense of humor running through it that the series badly needed. You don’t need miserable family death stories in a ludicrous game about “smart cities” and cartoony hackers.

You need writing that leans into the silliness, that has a laugh at its own expense, which is exactly what this game gets.

It has its serious and its sad moments, absolutely, but it also has Short Circuit 2 quotes, a charming Aliens versus Predator debate, and the theft of a parody Knight Rider car.

Watch Dogs 2 is a great game as a rock solid action title, but being unafraid of its own nonsense is what makes it a truly pleasurable experience.

Oh, and I kind of love Wrench, DeadSEC’s masked, toaster-smashing geek. He’s just the right sort of cringe and I really want that mask.

It’s better than an “iconic baseball cap“, at any rate.

9/10
Superb

Taylor Thomas
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Taylor Thomas

As someone who kinda liked WD1 at first (and that’s being generous), holy shit was WD2 a major improvement.

Peter Martin
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Peter Martin

I played about 5 hours. The driving is SO BAD…. just so downright terrible, that I uninstalled it. I just cant be bothered fighting against some of the worst driving and camera mechanics I have ever encountered in an open world game.

Phelpsington
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Phelpsington
Mh. It’s probably best to begin with stating that I have a lot of fun playing WD2. It doesn’t seem to be realistic (but what do I know of technology or the US), but I like the setting, the atmosphere and any excuse to feel like half a god without going into superhero territory is fine by me. The story (or the characters and their actions within the story) doesn’t make a lot of sense, however (please note I’ve not finished the story yet, I just said hello to some servers in Delaware), especially from a political angle. At first… Read more »
Putang Inamo
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Putang Inamo

I would play this game if Marcus wasn’t such an annoying turd. I dont know what people see in him, the way he dresses and talks is enough to make me want to punch him in the face.

Martina Veselá
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At least Marcus doesn’t have a ridiculous little man-bun, unlike the Blume CEO. Small mercies. 😛

Petersaber
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Petersaber

Marcus dresses the way you make him. You can go all the way from a blatantly BDSM deviant, through hpister crap, normal hoodies and shirts, all the way to serious business attire.

Ankan Das
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Ankan Das

Internet kids like you have a habit of hating everything they see.I love Marcus just as much as I liked Aiden.

Zani
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Zani

Wulfvarian Sinottocks

LewdLeana
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LewdLeana

Just saw the commercial for this game on Sat tv saw your website in the commercial

camXmile
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camXmile

Same score as Grand Theft Auto V? Interesting…

Peter Martin
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Peter Martin

Its is not even half the game GTAV is. When you look at GTA online today and the amount of content RS has added for free. In a comparison WD2 should be more like 5/10 to GTAV 9.5

Ankan Das
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Ankan Das

GTA V might have various modes but WD2 somehow is veryyy veryyyyyyy attractive somehow though the graphics aren’t candid.I have 55 hours in and completed the main missions and I’m doing the side missions and they’re equally fun.Oh btw, you’ll love Wrench in the last mission. 😉

camXmile
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camXmile

Thank you for your reply. Nice to hear that you’re enjoying your time with this game. I’m looking forward to play WD2 and Jim really made me think that maybe I shouldn’t be this prejudiced towards the game even though I didn’t find WD1 particularly exciting. I’ll definitely pick it up on sale partly because right now is extremely busy time of the year and partly because sadly I don’t have unlimited funds and I have to be reasonable with my purchases especially with sales season just around the corner.

Nikita Kress
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Nikita Kress

I hated the first one. It was boring, and pretentious. It had potential, but it was ruined by the fact that character took it VERY seriously. I was hesitant to buy WD2, but when I did and played it, I loved it. This game is amazing.

StarTsurugi
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StarTsurugi

Vaginas…

Warwick Stubbs
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While I’m dubious about the final score, Jim makes a lot of good points. I just watched Super Bunnyhop’s review and yesterday Saw ACG’s review – all differ in their final summation, but are worth checking out to see some different perspectives.

Dave
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Dave

Sounds worth a shot. I’ll stick it in the queue and might have a play in mid-to-late 2018.

Jimbob
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Jimbob

I’ve already 5 or 6 games to work through already, 2016 is a vintage year.

Nidhoggur
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Nidhoggur

This is some mighty queue!! O_O

Dragon Nexus
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Dragon Nexus

Pffth, dude’s a lightweight. I doubt my queue will be completed before I die.

Nidhoggur
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Nidhoggur

Do you have whole steam wishlisted or something? 😀

David Muggins Muir
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David Muggins Muir

I am enjoying the game, but like the original Watch_Dogs, the driving is absolute garbage, feels too floaty for my liking, so again like the original i mainly stick to motorbikes to get around outwith the fast travel option.

Peter Martin
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Peter Martin

The driving made me stop playing it. Just not fun at all, its just a chore to battle the horrible mechanics and lack of camera controls.

Martina Veselá
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I can’t even complete the final e-kart mission, the physics suck. As for normal vehicles, just ride bikes. They feel good to control and are handy in busy traffic.

melbye
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melbye

Luckily not a big part of the game this time

David Muggins Muir
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David Muggins Muir

Thankfully so far that seems the case, but the e-karts can go suck a fuck, just doing that initial e-kart set of side missions was enough to want to make me chuck my xbox out the window

amb
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amb

It’s funny – I completely agree with you on the e-kart driving, but I actually don’t mind the actual cars themselves.

Jpkurihara
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Jpkurihara

I’m glad I’m not hallucinating. When I first played W_D1 game the driving was fucking unbearable, but when I replayed it now it seemed alright. I was like: “didn’t all cars either slide around or be stiff as fuck?”

iKirin
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iKirin

Great to see that Ubisoft has improved from their “downfall” they had around the time of the first Watchdogs and has fun video games again.

Now, #WhereTheFuckIsBeyondGoodAndEvil2? (Yes, I know we got the announcement that it’s now “Pre-development”)

Ankan Das
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Ankan Das

Also got the trailer from the Ubisoft office in SF. xd

Mandrake42
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Mandrake42

Cool, I knew doing away with Aidan could only be a good thing. As one of the rare fans of the original, he was the thing I liked least. He and his iconic cap can fuck off.

Jpkurihara
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Jpkurihara

The only good thing he had was his trenchcoat/jacket.

Mandrake42
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Mandrake42

I’d have taken more likeabilty over a cool jacket 🙂

Jpkurihara
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Jpkurihara

But come on, that jacket’s fire. Also his iconic baseball cap.

Alex
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Alex

Might get this when the price drops. Never diving into an Ubisoft game early again.

Max
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Max

I managed to get this and dishonored 2 yesterday.

Between the two I was able to play this fully patched in three hours. Dishonored 2 had a 9 fucking GB patch that due to shitty internet took close to 20 hours to download.

This is honestly in a decent starting state even without the for an Ubisoft game qualifier.

Michael Speth
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Michael Speth

PC != windows operating system. As this game is not available on all PC operating systems such as SteamOS/ Ubuntu/ FreeBSD/ DOS/ OSX/ etc. Basically, your wrong to say its on PC. Just as much as if you said it worked on Playstation. IE, which Playstation? Or which xbox. Or which PC Operating system. Git Gud.

Dave
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Dave
This comment made my day. I’ve spent all week trying to get this friggin’ game to work on my DOS machine, and I simply couldn’t figure out what the problem was. I knew it wasn’t a problem with my DOS machine, because I tried it on my Amiga and Acorn PCs and it didn’t work there either. I felt like I just had to be missing something, and thanks to you I now realise what it is. Windows! It needs Windows! I wish there was less misinformation being spread about this – it just adds to the confusion! Luckily, I’ve… Read more »
Jimbob
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Jimbob

I never knew 3.1 was available on CD, I still used disks on Windows 95. 25 of them I seem to remember!

Captiosus
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Only 25? Be glad you didn’t work early Windows networking days. I remember having to install Windows for Workgroups 3.1x on multiple machines using the originally 3.5″ disks, which, if I recall correctly, was close to about 40. Fortunately, they came up with a way to clone installs using tape drives but that was only nominally faster.

Jimbob
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Jimbob

I was, I seem to remember it only being 8-9 disks?

Nidhoggur
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Nidhoggur

Duh! Forget 3.1! 2.x is way faster and more stable. What’s with all that unnecessary crap they added in 3.1…

Jimbob
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Jimbob

Solitaire was cool.

Richard Cadman
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Richard Cadman

Damn. It’s going to take a long time writing to every single place on the internet that uses the term PC this way. Make sure your mom has plenty of hot pockets in.

Gurphardt
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Ah, pedants.

jonen
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jonen
It kind of does actually. PC is derived from IBM’s 5150 Personal Computer. up until that point, personal computer wasn’t really a name, just a term sometimes used to refer to home computers and every computer had a different architecture and software needed individual versions for each machine. the IBM pc rose to dominance and gained a far larger software library than its competitors. then other manufacturers copied the 5150’s bios and intel cpu allowing them all to run DOS essentially leeching off IBM’s success. this gave rise to the term IBM PC compatible to signify that a pc could… Read more »
Watchmedance
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Watchmedance

Yeah I game on my Ubuntu PC all the time and was super bummed out to see that my copy of Watch_Dogs 2 won’t work on it. These damn colloquially used terms… Be more specific, Jim!

Ian
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Ian

…I honestly can’t tell if you’re trolling or not.

Michael Speth
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Michael Speth

No, just correcting incorrect terms such as indicating a game runs on PC when in fact they mean it runs on a specific Version of the Windows Operating System.

Jimbob
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Jimbob

Douche bag.

Dave
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Dave
The term “PC gaming” is almost universally understood as meaning “Windows gaming”, across the industry and gaming community, for decades now. Complaining about it is like complaining that “Americans” is an inaccurate term for residents of the USA because it should rightfully apply to all residents of North and South America: Everyone knows you’re technically right, and you get no medals for pointing out the obvious. Yet it’s just a bit of semantic laziness that’s so entrenched that the world stopped caring about it long ago. Trying to fight it is a quixotic exercise, and your time would be almost… Read more »
Alexander Douglas Miller
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Alexander Douglas Miller

Great post.

La Chica Incognita
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La Chica Incognita

PC since like the 80’s have universally been regarded as windows. It’s actually a bit of a stretch to assume that PC is referencing anything other then windows.

Michael Speth
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Michael Speth

In the 80’s, there was Commodore 64, Tandy Color Computer, and of course Apple II all of which were personal computers. I grew up in the 80’s and the term personal computer did not indicate a Windows Operating System. So you really have no clue what your talking about.

Jimbob
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Jimbob

Actually they were mostly called “home computers” or “micro computers” or by there name, the term PC only became commonplace specifically in reference to IBM PC Compatible.

La Chica Incognita
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La Chica Incognita

…you’re kidding right? Fine then since the 90’s. Point is there is absolutely zero precedent especially in gaming that PC means anything besides windows.

Brett Dunbar
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Brett Dunbar

I remember the 8-bit era, PC Compatible meant it ran on MS-DOS the other home computers were specified separately. PC compatible was a shortened form of IBM PC compatible.

gasmaskangel
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gasmaskangel

Ok, so I got Watch Dogs 2 on PS4 and I’m sitting on the main menu, waiting for it to finish installing… and the music on the main menu really reminds me of a porn series I’m fond of.

iMonstern
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iMonstern

Great…

David Jams
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David Jams

This is really great to hear. I hadn’t yet read a review by someone who also enjoyed the first game like I did. Sure, it had some major tonal problems and the driving was fucking terrible, but there was a lot of promise in there. I loved hacking my way through entire missions without firing a shot, and this looks like I can do that and a whole lot more. Add an apparently fun story and.. well this is more than I hoped for in a sequel!

Jpkurihara
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Jpkurihara

Are the Digital Trips still in? I really liked those.

Macc Mosley
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Macc Mosley

I just started playing this morning but so far it’s amazing? I’m a life long gamer,been gaming for over 35 years and after being disappointed Over a Gen launch that was the worst ever,it’s nice to finally be getting good games,I’ve been having a blast with these back to back releases,this is what I’m talking about. This games a buy for sure,I always rent first but not this time,UBI did it right by letting people see the game first. I give it a 9.5

firmicute
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firmicute

The game contains schlongs. Like really male schlongs. I like equal opportunity nudity 😀

Watchmedance
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Watchmedance

Really male schlongs? As opposed to non-male schlongs? 😉

Thomas Kolev
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Thomas Kolev

Manly schlongs.

Watchmedance
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Watchmedance

The best kind of schlongs. Like Mark Wahlberg schlong.

gasmaskangel
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gasmaskangel

Well now I’ve got to buy it.

Vaughan MacDonald
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Vaughan MacDonald

Eeeeeeh, looks a little too millennial for me.

melbye
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melbye

It’s set in San Francisco, of course it is going to reek of self-righteous douchbagery

YoDude
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YoDude

Affirmative action with my escapism? NOT ON YOUR LIFE.

Anton
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Anton

Only 90s kids will understand!

InJo
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InJo

Was this tested on standard PS4 or PRO?

Vaughan MacDonald
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Vaughan MacDonald

Pretty sure Jim doesn’t have a Pro yet.

Watchmedance
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Watchmedance

I’d venture to guess that he isn’t going to buy one, given his stance on mid-generation upgrades.

Uzuki
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Uzuki

Well I just learned that Marcus masturbates to hentai. This game deserved the 9/10 Jim gave it and I would even say make it higher.

Peter Moore
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Peter Moore

The game is super uninspiring and generic, has washed out graphics and janky combat. Jim got a paycheck for this review, be careful guys.

MuddyScarecrow
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You liked your own post. I don’t say this often but…Fuck Off.

Thomas Kolev
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Thomas Kolev

[Citation Needed]

Max
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Max

These “he was paid off” claims always follow his positive AAA reviews.

What drives me most crazy is the implication of how short sighted Jim would have to be to do this.

Their is no way Ubisoft is offering enough money that Jim would risk killing his primary income source by accepting for one review.

crowmanhunter
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crowmanhunter

誰かが不合理なとき、私は別の言葉でそれらを侮辱します。

Terry Osaurusies XI
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Hey, Peter Moore, if you’re the EA CEO here, don’t fret dude…Jim gave your baby a pretty good score nonetheless. If you’re not that CEO, then you have no idea and please up your game, to use the parlance of our times. 😉

David Jams
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David Jams

washed out graphics lol what does that mean

Watchmedance
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Watchmedance

Too many watercolors. Oil-based ftw

firmicute
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firmicute

he gets the paycheck from his patreon people, you know that?
He got the gamecode- like every other well known critic or journalist (except maybe some rare cases where people buy them?)
So yeah, he got his paycheck from his fans. Thats not news. Because he does that he can be open because he still can buy games while blacklisted and isnt dependent on codes.

Ian
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Ian

“Yeah, well, that’s just, like… your opinion, man.”

Jack Dawson
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Jack Dawson

This comment is super uninspiring and generic, has washed out lettering and janky writing. I got a paycheck for this review. Be careful guys.

paul
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paul

Jim generic careful be guys. Paycheck got janky uninspiring, super, this. Review washed and writing out. Uninspiring got I.

Watchmedance
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Watchmedance

The game got washed out for Jim. Uninspiring guys got a janky super paycheck. Careful combat is graphics.

Wheatly Newman
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Wheatly Newman

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paul
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paul

Paul o

ATBro
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ATBro

Wow. Ubi managed to “Assassin’s Creed 2” it. I’ve got a lot on my plate at the moment but I’ll have to get this somewhere down the line.

KreskinsESP
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KreskinsESP

This was my hope playing the first one, since I got AC1 vibes from it: a game that was a collection of good ideas that just weren’t assembled correctly.

It felt like a presentation of the ideas they hope to polish and bring to the next one.

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