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Ubisoft has officially announced that Watch Dogs will be hitting the Wii U on November 20th in North America.
It looks like Ubisoft’s Mexican Facebook page outed the Wii U release date for Watch Dogs. According to the page, Watch Dogs is dropping on November 18th for the Wii U.
While some people still think Watch Dogs isn’t coming to the Wii U. Ubisoft has updated the Wii U Uplay app with Watch Dogs content. However, the game still has no screenshots, or videos of the Wii U version. AND, there still is no release date. Ubisoft is clearly setting this game up to succeed on Wii U. More than half-year delay with zero footage to boot! Good job Ubisoft, way to treat your customers. Source: Nintendo enthusiast
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Ubisoft has just released a brand new patch for Watch Dogs across all platforms. The patch is quite significant since it adds various tweaks to online gameplay, drinking games, and more.
In the latest Nintendo Rants episode, Shawn has an issue with Ubisoft’s handling of the Wii U and their CEO’s comments on the platform, along with Ubisoft as whole on other platforms. This is yet another can’t miss episode, especially for fans feeling slighted by Ubisoft’s microtransactions and general lack of respect for Nintendo platforms.
Ubisoft attempts to Demonstrate That Their not all hacks Are named ‘Jade’ or ‘Raymond’. Warning, Strong Language.
Ubisoft has announced that Watch Dogs shipments have hit 8 million units. This is the number sold to retailers, not to actual customers. More details can be found on Video Gamer.
“Oh Ubisoft, will you never not give us material? Following a recent Watch Dogs PC controversy, Jimquisition looks at Ubi’s recent history of being terrible at computer games.”
Ubisoft released an official statement concerning the recent controversy surrounding the deactivation of “E3” settings for the PC version of Watch Dogs discovered by the PC modding community. The company admits they’ve deactivated the settings, but claims it was due to “possible impacts on visual fidelity, stability, performance and overall gameplay quality.”
Ubisoft has also addressed the conspiracy theory in which people claimed the deactivation was intended to downgrade visuals to keep the game from outperforming Xbox One and PS4 versions of the title.
Bayonetta 2 might sell better than most people thought, as the game is in the top 3 game sales for Amazon Japan right now. Super Smash Bros for 3DS is number one, while Minecraft is number 2, and Bayonetta 2 is number three. Watch Dogs on the PS4 is fittingly number 4. See the full charts here. Thanks Domondohko for the tip!
There was a lot of controversy surrounding the visual downgrades for Watch Dogs when compared to the original E3 reveal in 2012. A recent discovery made by The Worse at Guru3D probably won’t help settle down the problem, especially for PC owners of the title, since some “E3” settings still included in the PC game revealed Ubisoft has deactivated these settings, which allows the similar visuals as seen in the 2012 E3 reveal. When reactivated, some users have claimed the game looks drastically nicer, and actually enhances the performance on Ultra settings for the PC.
Mario Kart 8 is currently the number one game on Amazon Canada, which shows the title is continuing to sell well post launch. The PS4 version of Watch Dogs seems to be the prefered version, as it takes the top spot on the list. The Mario Kart 8 bundle and PS4 are continuing to perform well as both are in the top 10 for console sales. Hopefully Mario Kart 8 is the sign of good things to come for Nintendo and the Wii U. Thanks to Gryphonofmight for the tip!
Ubisoft has announced that Watch Dogs has sold over 4 million copies in its first week on the market.
Digital Foundry has tested the frame-rates between the PS3 and PS4 versions of Watch Dogs. The PS4 version is locked at 30 FPS, while the PS3 version dips down to as low as 24FPS from what I can see.
Terminator Juice was nice enough to have me for his live-stream giving his impressions of Mario Kart 8. We also discuss Watch Dogs and how it might not be living up to the hype.
Francis is back with another episode of PE X Nintendo! This week, we’re discussing Mario Kart 8, Call of Duty Advanced WarFare for Wii U, and do Western games overhype, then under deliver? Subscribe to PE Nintendo for more awesome shows!
Digital Foundry has uploaded a graphics comparison between Watch Dogs on PS3 and PS4. Check it out for yourself below.
OBA discusses how Watch Dogs doesn’t really live up to his expectations on PC. Warning, Strong language.
Ubisoft has claimed that Watch Dogs sold more copies in the first 24 hours than any other title in the firm’s history, however, no sales numbers were released.
When Ubisoft showed off Watch Dogs in 2012, most gamers were amazed with how the game looked. After the title was delayed and new footage was released, many gamers noticed the graphics took a significant hit. Later Ubisoft said in a interview with Angry Joe, that when the game was first revealed it was running off a monster PC. However, the PC version is now out, and even on Ultra settings, Watch Dogs doesn’t look anywhere near as good as the reveal back in 2012.
Check out 15 minutes of GamePlay footage of Watch Dogs on PS4. Going Sony has uploaded the footage, which is owned by GoNintendo’s RawMeatCowboy. So I highly suggest you guys subscribe to his channel! Its new and could use more subscribers.
Digital Foundry has tested the frame-rate for Watch Dogs on the PS4. It looks like the game runs at a solid 30 FPS the whole time. Check out 15 minutes of footage below.
9 to 5 G4MERS has uploaded his first impressions of the PC version of Watch Dogs. See the opening sequence and get 9 to 5’s impressions below.
The embargo on Watch Dogs is finally up with multiple outlets posting their reviews online for the internet to see. Does the game live up to the massive amounts of hype?
“A few hours before the release of the “first true next gen game”, and there are zero reviews for it. . . what’s up with dat?!”
Koroshi-Ya on YouTube has uploaded a brand new video showing off the various glitches for Watch Dogs. He as playing the PC version of the game, and it is pre-release, there could be a day one patch to fix some of these issues. Check out the video below.
If you are looking to purchase Mario Kart 8 or Watch Dogs this week you might want to pick it up at Toys R Us. The company is hosting a fantastic deal where users who purchase Mario Kart 8 or Watch Dogs will receive 40% off another game of equal or lesser value. For Mario Kart 8, the 40% off the second game only applies to Wii U titles. For Watch Dogs, the 40% off the second game applies to all PS4, Xbox One, PS3, or Xbox 360 titles of equal or lesser value. Looks like I’ll be cancelling my GameStop pre-order and getting the game from Toys R Us! Via: GoNintendo, Thanks to Raph Scallion for the tip!
Polygon has done a short comparison video between Watch Dogs on PS4 and Xbox One. Check out the action below.
Mugen Fantasy has uploaded 8 minutes of footage from the Xbox 360 version of Watch Dogs. And honestly, it looks pretty good. Hopefully this is a good sign for the Wii U version too.
Lord of Darkness has uploaded 1080p direct feed, PS4 gameplay of Watch Dogs. And I have to say, it looks pretty good. Check it out for yourself below.
It looks like someone broke the review embargo on Watch Dogs. The first review has been leaked online. You can read some snippets of the review below along with the final score.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said in recent financial call the firm is looking to sell 6.3 million copies of Watch Dogs across all platforms. Ubisoft is banking on the popularity of open world games like Assassin’s Creed to help push Watch Dogs into more homes. What do you guys think? Will Watch Dogs get there? Via: Gaming Everything, Source: IGN