File - The game, which was previewed at E3 last year, has a protagonist who controls the world by hacking into computers.
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Hacker-themed video game "Watch Dogs" made its hotly anticipated debut Tuesday in a world grappling with real-life fears about privacy in the Internet era.Games typically use weapons ranging from guns and swords to lasers to special powers to defeat enemies, overcome obstacles or simply score points ..Guay said technology was now making it possible to foresee a world not unlike that in British writer George Orwell's novel "1984," in which Big Brother watches and controls everything.Guay was adamant that the game makes no value judgment on the complex and sensitive issue.The game, priced at $60 in the U.S., can also be played on computers powered by Windows software.
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