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Watch Dogs 2 Review

Imagine playing GTA with more of a technology slant, that is where Watch Dogs 2 takes us.

It’s a definite improvement on the first installment of Watch Dogs in-fact the whole game looks like it's been workshopped and upgraded.  

You play Marcus Holloway a brilliant hacker accused of a crime that he did not commit. Instantly it feels like a Jason Bourne or Mission Impossible plot, but that’s why I love it.

As you progress through the game you gain the ability to take control of drones, cars, security robots and more, so you can either be as stealthy as you like or go  in all hard core.

One of the most enjoyable parts of the game is hacking the San Francisco street lights and changing them to complete car chase missions.

Anyone that has played any number of racing games that is set in San Fran knows how much fun that can be.

Watch Dogs 2 is a 4 out of 5 Game On