It is now after the holiday’s ad we are coming close to the end of the year. I received a few gifts this year since I was such a “good” bear and one of them was Need for Speed: Most Wanted the 2012 version which was made by Criterion who brought us the Burnout Series. I was skeptical at first because it had nothing of the original elements that many of us enjoyed and of course none of the customization that I loved so much from the 2005 title. They even took away the ability of shutting down squad cars. Did this title with the same name actually make an improvement from the 2005 version? Keep reading to find out!
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I would like for you all to step into the shoes of an undercover cop and think about the scenario of tip toeing on the line of being the law and breaking it. In Sleeping Dogs, Wei Shen has to deal with going so deep undercover that he might not be able to resurface from the levels of corruption he has to deal with in order to survive the mean streets of Hong Kong. I mean that is the whole idea of being the perfect criminal while upholding the law or in his case trying to uphold the law. It is a challenge, but hopefully my review will not stray you away.
This is the new title coming from Ubisoft Montreal called, “Watch Dogs” where gamers will be immersed in cutting-edge technologies in a realistic living open world using any means to take down a corrupt system. The game-play video will demonstrate the tools you will use to hack any device to use in your favor as you battle the opposition as you play as Aiden Pearce, who is a unique anti-hero whose ability to hack into any connected system could be his most powerful weapon. The video reminded me of a more hardcore version of the 1995 film “Hackers” where you can tap into any device either causing a 30-car pile-up trapping an enemy after manipulating the traffic lights or tapping into the city’s omnipresent security cameras to access anyone’s personal information. These abilities as Pearce gives you the ability to control every element of the world since pretty much everything is run by computers. The video below is provided by Ubsisoft showing you what you missed during the Ubisoft showcase, enjoy and stay frosty!