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Old 18-11-16, 01:18 PM
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Leaked Nvidia ad reveals future Watch Dogs 2 game promotion

A leaked advertisement from Nvidia has revealed that the company plans on giving away copies of Watch Dogs 2 with future purchases of GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 GPUs.



Read more on Nvidia's upcoming Watch Dogs 2 bundle.

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Old 19-11-16, 12:16 AM
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Oh Nvidia, inviting a huge can of worms
"Hackers wanted". Yeah let's see how that goes lol
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Old 19-11-16, 02:02 AM
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As if they could do anymore damage than nVidia would do on their own
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Old 19-11-16, 04:16 AM
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As if they could do anymore damage than nVidia would do on their own
Never test a hacker. They are persistent and will do more damage. Just look at Sony
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Old 19-11-16, 08:55 AM
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Wasn't "Watch Dogs" a flop?...
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Old 19-11-16, 11:50 PM
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Watch Dogs = flop & Watch Dogs 2 = flop, I think ubisoft is going to do a half a**ed job again like they did with the first one
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Old 20-11-16, 07:22 AM
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do you ever say anything positive? Every post just seems to be bagging on companies? Why? Don't use that because it's my opinion crap either, that's a cop out! I legit want to know why.
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Old 20-11-16, 09:25 AM
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Going by HeelvsBabyface video on it, you can go full GTA with no down side totally ignoring the stealth aspect if you so wish
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Watch Dogs = flop & Watch Dogs 2 = flop, I think ubisoft is going to do a half a**ed job again like they did with the first one
Actually Watch Dogs 1 was far from being a flop. It was more of a scandal since it was cut down in the GPU department and suffered from a few major bugs. When sales are high, I don't call it a flop.

Ubisoft have made very few "flops". Which is why they won't change their standard way of working. As long as they are making lots of money, they will keep doing what they do. Many bad ports - Check
Many bad bugs - Check
GPU scaling issues - Check
Massive preorder sales - Check
Large scale revenue - Check
Flop? not from their point of view.
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