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Kicking off his GamesCom 2013 reporting, AusGamers' intrepid roaming reported Steve Farrelly took some quality hands-on time with Watch_Dogs, Ubisoft's hotly anticipated open world action game.

Steve explains that his demo didn't have much in the way of story (so don't worry about spoilers), but he did get to have a good play with many of the game's various systems -- with its myriad of technological manipulation -- and an encounter with an outside player hacking into his game:
I’m positive that there’s a much deeper message riddled throughout the experience built around personal security and public privacy but Ubi are being professionally coy about that. The thing they’re proud to show off is their stunning game-world and its untapped, potential-laden gameplay that serves as the stage. Asymmetric co-op and competitive play are looking less like bonuses and more like must-play modes, and we still haven’t even seen the full gamut of environmental and interactive play options on offer.
Read our Hands-on Preview for the full scoop.

Watch Dogs is due on November 21 on PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and is expected to be a launch window title on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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