Gamers have waited two years for the release of next generation video game, "Watch Dogs." The reviews are out but one common theme amongst them is that "Watch Dogs" is not very original and is reminiscent of games already in the market.
"People copy what was successful, what came before. I think 'Watch Dogs' is very similar to a lot of games like 'Grand Theft Auto' and other games that had the same run around the big city and solve crimes and do things kind of game," said Dan Ackerman senior editor at CNET. "At least its like the smarter summer blockbusters, like 'Godzilla' or 'Inception,' in that it takes the very familiar and adds sort of a smart new twist. In this case you're using your hacking skills and brainy stuff rather than shooting and cutting people over the head," he added.