When you have more time to talk about games, than actually play them.
Watch Dogs 2
Watch Dogs 2 is the 2nd game in Ubisoft’s hacker series to give their unique take on an open world game. You play as hacker Marcus Holloway, aka Retr0. He joins DedSec to take on Blume, an evil tech company that is like a mix of Facebook and Amazon on steroids. It is big and little brother combined. Your data sold to the highest bidder.
Following the social media trend, Watch Dogs 2 sets your goal in missions to impress the public enough to increase your follower count for the DedSec app. The more followers, the more power your botnet has to take on Blume. This is a unique game where hacking is more important than shooting. It is actually more fun when you take the non-violent approaches.
There are plenty of weapons to play with, but the main tools to have fun with are the jumper bot and aerial drone. The Jumper bot is basically a specialized Watch Dogs 2 RC car with a camera and a robot arm. You use it for many missions to sneak into places to connect to USB ports where a remote hack cannot be completed. It has a jump function to get over barriers and can be upgraded with a boost, as well. The aerial drone is your basic quad copter variated with a camera that can be used to scout an area and perform remote hacks, but it cannot plug anything into USB ports.
The Watch Dogs 2 hacking tools you have allow you to control so much, including: cars, cranes, lifts, doors, gas mains, electrical boxes and much more. It was definitely better than the first and a recommended game for any geek.