Watchdogs 2 a game created by the company Ubisoft. The company that bought us other awesome games such as The Crew, Assassin's Creed, Far Cry and many other awesome games. But I have always loved the Watchdog games, and I want to say why I think Watchdogs is my most favourite game ever.
In 2013 Marvin Gaye's family claimed “Blurred Lines” copied “Got to Give It Up,” One of Marvin Gaye’s hit songs in 1977. Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were both sued for pre-emptive copyright protection on Marvin Gaye's song. Unfortunately, both Thicke and Pharrell lost the case, and were made to pay five million pounds each by the court. Now I will have to say this, I remember the lawsuit very well. I listened to both songs over a hundred times, and I do not hear the same song, I hear two separate songs. Both songs are in the same genre, but that doesn't mean that it was copied.
Here's my story of one relationship I was in. I thought I found the right woman, but it didn't turn out too well.
Watch Dogs is an action, adventure video game developed by a well known company called Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released worldwide on May 27, 2014 on almost every platform you can imagine. When I saw the first trailer and game-play video of it, I fell in love with the game instantly. I just have to have this game. As soon as the music came on and the story got started I was in my own little world. I didn't know what to expect from the game, I just instantly fell in love with the characters, even the character Aiden Pearce was a role model in his own terms.
When I was 17, I lost my virginity to my high school sweetheart. We were meeting regularly, skipped a few classes at school, and kept having more sex. After a two and a half year relationship we broke up and I was still deeply in love with my high school sweetheart, but she left me and said she is now a lesbian. I'm fine with that. I don't have a problem with that. To this day, six years later, I still miss her and deeply love her. I've been dating many women after then. It wasn't really dating, it was more one night stands or regular meets with women.
Whether you are a Michael Jackson fan or not, saying you should never be able to listen to his music is a bit too far, don't you think?