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Watch Dogs: Bad Blood Review | Power Up Gaming
I should start by saying that I didn’t purchase Bad Blood willingly – I only got it because I realised I’d accidentally bought the season pass, and downloading it was free, and I’m cheap like that. Don’t get me wrong, I had fun playing Watch Dogs, whether it was riding the cameras, luring heavies into traps, or taking out pursuing cars by blowing up streets – all had the visceral ‘I’m smarter than you’ charm that I imagine real hackers feel, but it’s a long game, and towards the end I was growing tired of the same old missions. Even the ultra-trippy digital trips were starting to bore. The circumstances were therefore ripe for an innovative piece of DLC to draw me back into the game. Bad Blood, for all its good qualities, is not that piece of DLC. It’s a pity, because Bad Blood certainly has some potential. Following the exploits of Raymond Kenney, aka T-Bone, as he plans his escape from Chicago, it has a far more