This one doesn't need much of an introduction. Most of us have been following this game for awhile now, but in case you’ve been stationed in the arctic circle for the last few months “Watch Dogs,” is an open-world game that takes place in the near future. This is a particularly interesting title because it’s not only one of the first open world games to be released on the new generation of consoles, but also has a few new mechanics that we’ve never really seen in a game before. A major one is being to access various electronic devices and hardware in the world. Of course you'll have all the standard tools at your disposal, guns, hand-to-hand combat, driving, car theft, etc. What makes this one different is your character’s mobile phone has the ability to hack and hijack other devices and information from security systems, buildings, ATM's and even other phones. This is an especially interesting idea given the situation with the NSA and the nature of “always connected” devices as well. If done correctly Watch Dogs can easily have a lot of gamers walking away with some profound questions about the world we live in, not to mention the technology we choose to interact with.