I'm watching the E3 live coverage. Sequel after sequel after - Internet Explorer on the 360 - after sequel, and it isn't looking like anything interesting. The Old Republic goes FTP in July, the WiiU is officially announced, and it doesn't look like there's much in store for interesting gaming, despite all the "innovative" and "boundary-pushing" buzzwords being flung around, with every developer touting their shinily named physics engines as stuff blows up on screen. Meh.
And then Ubisoft's director steps out on stage with the final announcement of their panel.
"We've created a brand new IP.WATCH_DOGS.
Chicago has installed a mainframe, ctOS, that controls every element of the city. You've hacked it. You literally have the city in your pocket, on your phone. And you're about to take it on from within.Everything is connected. Connection is power.
And everything is beautiful again.