DSO Gaming spotted a YouTube from Russian gamer Eduard Mackarchew, where he compares the technical engine systems between Ubisoft's new Watch Dogs for PCs and home consoles to the old, vanilla version of Grand Theft Auto IV on PC.
Watch_Dogs will be joined by a quartet of new games for the PlayStation Vita, as well as the PlayStation 3's free-to-play aerial combat game, Ace Combat Infinity.
Some people managed to grab copies from retailers who broke the street date, others managed to get a copy of the game that leaked last week due to efforts coming out of the pirate scene.
More than 18 fresh minutes of dynamic gameplay is on display in the new video for Watch Dogs, running at the 'Ultra' settings for PC.
Uh oh, it looks like some people just can't wait for Digital Foundry's analysis of this game on the Xbox One and PS4. Some eager beavers have gone on ahead and posted up a video comparison of Watch Dogs between the PS4 and Xbox One
It only makes sense to compare the high quality PC footage against the E3 2012 gameplay demo. The results actually surprised me greatly.
Feeling like the rich old guy who bought his 35-year-old wife the plastic boobs, but then gets turned off whenever the underboob-scars are visible? Well, tough luck. That's life. Full of big promises and lots of disappointment.
Conan runs a small skit on his show every once in a long while called the “Clueless Gamer”. It lets the red-headed ravisher get some hands-on time with some of the most highly anticipated games either already out or coming out for home consoles.
So how well does Watch Dogs measure up against the PC when it comes to graphics? Supposedly, quite high... and not in the cannabis sort of way.
Leading up to the May 27 release, Ubisoft has unleashed an exciting launch trailer for the anticipated Watch Dogs. As the trailer indicates, the story involves a man using the city of Chicago as his ultimate weapon to exact vengeance on his enemies.
Adding another notch on the belt is Watch Dogs, the highly anticipated open-world hacktion title from Ubisoft. And yes, the game has managed to appear on torrents... all 14 gigabytes worth.
Holy crap! Watch Dogs just elevated itself to a whole new level of cool now that we get to see how the multiplayer works in a native environment.
However, with what visual information we have available – and before Digital Foundry does the inevitable visual breakdown analysis – we simply have to ask: can you actually tell which version is which?
So what's so rage-worthy about this news? Well, Ubisoft has made it known in a tweet that you don't need a super-big, massively expensive master-rig to play Watch Dogs on the 'Ultra' graphics setting.
We finally have two videos in which to make graphical comparisons of the upcoming hacktion title from Ubisoft, Watch Dogs. The videos give us a nice, detailed look at how the night time segments look on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.