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[UPDATE 5/20/2014]

The videos have been pulled. Never underestimate the power of lawyer ninjas. Stay tuned as Watch Dogs drops on May 27.

Original story follows:

Watch Dogs, the open-world hacking game from developer Ubisoft, is currently under a media embargo. Which means that while all your favorite gaming sites are staying up late playing and writing reviews nothing can be said until the game drops. It seems however that someone has posted footage ahead of schedule.

Anonymous posters have released videos of both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One copies. They then tried to post their impressions (read: spoilers) onto Ubisoft's game forums. The developer released a response on its Twitter stating that “all valid reviews” will be released after the game drops.

Hackers have attempted to infiltrate our system and post false reviews of Watch Dogs. All valid reviews will emerge at release on May 27_

— Watch Dogs (@watchdogsgame) May 18, 2014

Check out the footage below of some general gameplay and even some of the mini-games available. As well as open-world activities you may be more accustomed too. Like shooting everyone is sight. Watch Dogs drops on May 27 - just one more week – on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC.


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[via VG247]