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Watch Dogs Reimagined as a Commodore 64 Game

Break out the neon-colored parachute pants, because Aidan Pearce is moonwalking his way into this fan-made Commodore 64 rendition of Watch Dogs.

YouTube user MajamiHiroz has released this amazing interpretation of the E3 2012 gameplay demo of Watch Dogs remade as a Commodore 64 game. From Aidan hacking his way into Demarco’s club to his on-foot chase resulting in a shootout, this video recreated everything in a retro manner — there is even the part where Aidan hacks a traffic light to cause Demarco’s car to crash.

Watch Dogs will be launching on May 27 for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The Wii U version of Watch Dogs has been delayed. Unfortunately, the Wii U version has yet to have an official release date announced. For the sake of comparison, we have included the original Watch Dogs gameplay demo featuring the Demarco assassination that debuted at E3 2012.

Next: Watch Dogs Trailer: Meet Aidan's Friends And Enemies

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