By the way we can not make a comparison between this or any other game even if it was an open world game like GTA5,i said that because watch dogs i consider it a unique game.
I'll cut my foot off with a hack saw if the final product is half as good as this trailer... Then hop to my nearest game store and buy it at launch!
Anyone remember the sound when disabling the traffic lights? It's from Splinter Cell Chaos Theory :)
Anyone remember the sound when disabling the traffic lights? I think it's from Splinter Cell Chaos Theory :)
This game looks SO COOL~!! From graphics, environment and atmosphere and gaming mechanics.. it has potential for sure..!!
graphics look great, no doubt but the gameplay looks amazing too... this game seems to have a lot of potential, cant wait to see more... kinda like a hitman meets mgs :)
It looks very very promising.
Fascinating to be more precise!
So this is next gen huh, this game and the next MGS do have some stunning resemblance!
They are going to set some high quality standards...
I hope there's still a chance that this game will also land on the Wii U, that's what Nintendo could really need. And man, this game looks absolutely fantastic, I'll get this game if able, regardless if it's on the Wii U or not.
Next gen graphics=catching up with Crysis 1. But on a serious note this game looks pretty interesting.
@ChaosJedi666 Let's hope you can change clothes. Nothing like stopping crime before it happens while wearing a suit.
@RO-nIn187 It looks nothing like Hitman OR MGS.
Why are people always comparing shit to something else? Looks like a Watch Dogs to me.
@InquisitorCrox Next gen? No it's still current gen.
@madkingdom Since R* screws with PC gamers i will have to side with you on this one. I can't wait on a toe-to-toe Watchdogs vs GTA 5.
@indzman GTA own nothing since it's not scheduled for PC.
@Kirintar Not every game is trying to compete with Crysis or have the best graphics.
Damn, some people are so annoying.
@JudgementEden In my opinion, games should be pushing the envelope. It's been five years since the original Crysis, and only a few developers have bothered to push the graphic standard of their games. People should push the limitations and boundaries of their works of art, or else it becomes nothing more than a money-making grind.