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Aisha Tyler, Matt Stone, And Trey Parker Headline Ubisoft Panels At Comic-Con 2013

Posted on Wednesday, July 17 @ 13:19:46 Eastern by

Aisha Tyler, at whom I secretly want to yell "Daaaanger Zone!" from across the room, will host the Watch Dogs panel (I never know if there should be an underscore in there) at Comic-Con 2013. on July 20 from 6-7pm. This isn't so much a surprise considering that she also hosted the Ubisoft press conference at E3, but since she's a NPC in the game, it almost makes too much sense.

And just to scare you about government spying and drone surveillance and invasion of privacy and all that, several representatives from the Kaspersky Lab will be on the panel to tell you how powerless we all are in today's hyper-connected reality. It's enough to make you want to take your $2,000 child laptop and throw it in the dumpster.

Then before you screw yourself and go home, Matt Stone and Trey Parker will be showing off South Park: The Stick of Truth on July 18 from 6-7pm. Ubisoft warns us that "this probably won't be very kid-friendly." Which makes me think they're going to demo the game with their dicks.

Ubisoft will also be hosting panels for Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag with a live demo as well as for Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist with Creative Director Maxime Béland.
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