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If you've got a massive open-world to play with and build content for, it's not at all surprising that you might use some of it to make fun of what's happening in real life. And that's what the Watch Dogs 2 developers have done, building in a little side quest to poke fun at the real-life Hanna-Barbera villain, Martin Shkreli.


There are only three controls in EpiPen Tycoon. You can increase the price of an EpiPen by $5, reduce it by $5 or, in the rare occasions that the public gets too mad at you, deploy a few outrage-deflating special bonuses. The goal is simple: You, Heather Bresch, are the CEO of Mylan. You want to make as much money as possible by selling EpiPens. If your customers die, they die.