Some great tunes on the radio (The Libertines, Bloc Party, football anthem Three Lions etc.), but inconsistent voice performances. London's bustling atmosphere is spot on, though.
Legion's condensed London is superlative – the best rendition of the UK capital since The Getaway or Assassin's Creed Syndicate. Character models are decent enough, but the lip syncing can look a bit off, at times.
Watch Dogs: Legion provides a solid experience that plays well enough (loose vehicle handling aside), but it doesn't really do anything that the previous Watch Dogs games hasn't already done.
Infiltrating places and messing with enemies using your suite of hacking abilities and gadgets is good fun, but it can get rather repetitive. And beyond the concept of being able to 'play as anyone', there's little here that's genuinely new.
Legion's achievement list has an excellent spread, as well as a diverse selection of tasks to carry out. It also encourages you to dabble with the specific skills and attributes of certain characters, which is a nice touch.