Despite all the excitement that built up before its release, I think it's fair to say that Watch Dogs was a bit of a disappointment. What once seemed like such a promising game was marred by dull gameplay, an unlikable protagonist and some underwhelming hacking mechanics.
Remember all the hoo-hah last year about Kinect security? Potential Xbox One customers were, perhaps understandably, a little concerned about installing an HD camera in their homes that pointed directly at them whenever they sat on their sofa and that listened to everything they said.
How many dogs watch a Watch Dogs dog if a Watch Dogs does watch dogs? It's the question on everyone's lips today, probably, and we're keen to help you answer it, which is why Ian is going to be live-streaming Ubisoft's new open-world action game three times this afternoon so you can dip in and see whether it's the sort of thing you might enjoy.
If you've read our freshly published Watch Dogs review then you'll know the game is another huge Ubisoft open-world adventure which, as usual, has been stuffed to the rafters with things to see and do.
Hi Eurogamers, and welcome to a selection of the video offerings from Outside Xbox this week - a week in which we have been preoccupied with the esoteric art of hacking.
Ubisoft has a penchant for including Easter eggs in its games that reference some of its other famous franchises - but last week the company went a step further and snuck a couple of cheeky hidden objects in a new trailer for Watch Dogs.
Every game needs its rival factions, its Assassins and Templars, and Watch Dogs is no different. It has DeadSec - the group of tattooed hackers who help hero Aiden Pearce, and Blume - the security company whose technology runs the connected city of Chicago.
The themes of security and hacking have been hot topics in recent months - something which unsurprisingly hadn't escaped Ubisoft's notice when we became the 900th person to mention the word "NSA" in their presence.