Why Watch Dogs Will Be Game of the Year: Look At All the E3 Awards and Tell Me It Won’t Win

Watch Dogs is a game that literally can not be bad. It has to be game of the year. Every single person who gave this game an E3 award must have had a reason for it. Forget the Nexus 7 thing, forget the downgrade thing, all that really matters is that the game is good according to the amount of awards it received.oryoucouldjustshootpeopleGames that receive a lot of attention are destined to be great. It’s simple logic. Any game that does not receive a lot of attention is clearly a bad game. This game has everything gamers could possibly want. Hype, great press, Aisha Tyler, sales, what is wrong with this game? Seriously, name one bad thing about this game. You can’t.

Hacking is a unique concept that has never been done before. It brings so much to the game. You press a button and boom you hack! It’s great. And it feels like you’re playing Grand Theft Auto sometimes. Not all games can say that it feels like Grand Theft Auto. Just another way this game is different compared to the rest.

Really, this game deserves all of the awards it received. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise. Do not let them try to reason with you by saying that these E3 awards are based solely on a limited experience of the game. That’s rubbish. Movie trailers are completely representative of the full movie. Why can’t we say the same about video games?

Ubisoft really knocked it out of the park with this game. It’s definitely game of the year worthy according to the press material with quotes from various people saying that this game is definitely game of the year worthy.

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16 Responses

  1. Covarr says:

    I played this game the PC version was so downgraded it looked like Shovel Knight because they didn’t live up to their E3 2012 promises.

  2. TheHolyTurnip says:

    Watchdogs should definitely get GotY, it done so many copies that it might as well be a shoe in. UbiSoft should just go ahead and also some GotY stickers on the box in preparation for the award, not to mention even more sales.

  3. Sure man says:

    *tips Aiden’s iconic hat*


  4. PhoenixRush says:

    It will surely win the award for best reflections in a video game.

  5. Loyal P4R Fanboy says:

    Game of the Year? Nay, impossible Jack. Polygon told me that this game is offensive to minorities, how could I possibly allow that? This game will get at most a 9.5 out of 10 from me.

  6. Benito Cucaracha says:

    Even I could play the game! Not like that shit the Wonderful 101. Besides anything the trolls and dumbass gamers (kind of redundant there, am I right?) say about a supposed downgrade is BS. Ubisoft told me it was because of reasons and I believe them 100%. After all they wouldn’t lie, would they?

    • PC Gamer Enthusiast says:

      GTFO Ubisoft shill. It’s obvious the game has been downgraded. Just look at this screenshot of a modded version unlocking the features. http://assets.vg247.com/curren....._mod_5.jpg You can see how much better the road looks because there’s many lines and a lot of pixels, just like real life. Also the depth of field is much more realistic because 1) most people can’t afford medical insurance for myopia correction and 2) in real life your attention is focused on your awesome looks so you can take a selfie, not on some far away bullshit. Fuck Ubisoft and fuck you.

  7. Anonymous says:

    No, it was way to complicated to play. Why did I have to press a button to hack? Isn’t my character supposed to be hacker? He should automatically be hacking so I can focus on the visceral story.

  8. PhoenixRush says:

    From what I’ve seen Watch Dogs could win the Most Pointless Main Gimmick in any Game Award. That’s huge.

    • p4ranger says:

      Its just like real life! You walk around a city and stare at your phone through the whole trip. Oculus rift theres your new virtual game you are welcome.

  9. Am i liek the only person that actually enjoyed this game? :-(