Ubisoft's announcement of the game, Watch Dogs, took me by surprise since I wasn't expecting much out of any third party developer. But an original game such as Watch Dogs might win game of the year next year. Everybody casts a Digital Shadow, some which may be public information. As seen in the E3 announcement trailer for Watch Dogs, the entire city is hooked up to a centralized computer system called ctOS, which runs everything from traffic lights and subway lines to surveillance cameras and electricity grids. The scary part about the ctOS is that it can track personal data about anyone and if it is hacked then a person's life can be viewed by all.
In Watch Dogs you play as the anti-hero Aiden Pierce who can hack into anything at anytime. In the game play demo Aiden is not only good with a computer but also with guns. Watch Dogs forces players to use both brawn and brain to complete objectives and you will be able to control the city around you. Watch Dogs currently doesn't have a release date but in an interview after the media briefing it was said that Watch Dogs will be making it's way to the Xbox 360 and PS3. The game demo was played on a high-end PC so it is also possible that it can come out on the PC platform. Check out the game trailer and E3 game demo below.