The UI is wonderful. You have so much information immediately available to you. Nudle Maps always has a mini-map in the lower left corner, giving you a good look at the area. Bringing up information on people gives you a crisp, clear window. Hacking offers a menu with easily recognizable icons, so you always know what your button presses will do.
They managed to retain that core ambition that they had the first time around, but adjusted quite well to the criticisms levied against their project. What resulted is a game that is the same at heart, but is alive with variety and a hero we could actually stand behind without question. Watch Dogs 2 is what a sequel should be in every sense. A bigger, better, bolder take on what the first entry only treads.
Watch Dogs 2 really adds up to its predecessor and comes up as a solid, entertaining product. It has a really nice set of gameplay mechanics and this time the city feels very alive. It truly is a great experience this time.
In practice the hacking works intuitively and — assuming you suspend your disbelief that you can use the same network to steer a car or explode a sewerage pipe from a phone — it's a huge amount of fun.
The game’s protagonist and accompanying cast of characters are fun to watch, and the hacking mechanics are better than ever. It’s just too bad that the overall story is forgettable, as it never really sucks you in despite its best efforts. Even so, those looking for an open-world experience mixed with fantastic hacking mechanics likely won’t be disappointed with what Watch Dogs 2 has to offer.
For now, what looks at first like a few hopeful steps forward for this fledgling franchise turns out to be too much shuffling sideways. The protagonist is more interesting, the writing and voice acting vastly improved, and the tactical components more intricate and differentiated. But it’s too easy and tempting to exploit the most powerful among the latter, to play ants off ants ad nauseam, or just go in guns-a-blazin’, a blithe and hypocritical madman.
Leaving aside the comparisons with other games, WD2 is innovative, it has a lot to offer, a realistic world where nothing is private, improvable but charismatic characters (wrench) The best game in the saga, it has many details, entertaining gameplay and varied missions, an IP that can give much more and Ubisoft must know how to take care of it
Es un juego bueno, sí, pero podría ser mejor.
Los gráficos son decentes, yo diría que la historia por igual. Las mecánicas de hackeo sin duda es lo mas novedoso y único de este juego. Lo que yo considero negativo de este titulo son un par de cosas, primeramente, la jugabilidad, la cual no me parece muy buena, especialmente al momento de conducir. La poca cantidad de modelos y detalles en los coches es otra, simplemente que el daño en los vehículos sea de esta forma, me parece algo deplorable en juegos, y mas en el año en que fue desarrollado.
En conclusión, a pesar de lo malo que le encuentro a este juego, igual considero que es un gran titulo y que tiene varios detalles y mecánicas únicos de el. Pienso que si vale la pena jugarlo.
SummaryCheck out the birthplace of the tech revolution as Marcus Holloway, a brilliant young hacker who has fallen victim to ctOS 2.0's predictive algorithms and accused of a crime he did not commit. In Marcus' mission to shut down ctOS 2.0 for good, hacking is his ultimate weapon. Players not only can hack into the San Francisco Bay Area's in...