To say that â€œWatchdogsâ€ is unlike any other game on the Wii U would be a huge understatement.
Not featuring any plumbers with Rollie Fingers mustaches, green-hooded swordsmen or monsters jumping out of balls, itâ€™s an open-world tale of revenge that merges stealth and raucous action, for an experience that youâ€™ll kind of consider close to the â€œGrand Theft Autoâ€ series, but not quite.
While there can be reckless violence in the game and our character is without a doubt self-loathing, itâ€™s his ability to hack his environments and stop crime- rather than cause it that makes the game something special.
But regardless of the lack of a real noir payoff and ability to quench your need for wanton violence, “Watchdogs” on the Wii U serves a completely different purpose than its brethren on other consoles.
With the ability to play on the Wii U gamepad, it’s an escape- a great way to take a vacation of revenge in Chicago, while the kids watch TV- in the same room.
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