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Submitted by -Mezzo- 935d ago | preview

Spong - Far Cry 3 Preview

Spong - Far Cry fans might be surprised when they first get to grips with the protagonist of this third instalment. No longer are you controlling a gung-ho super soldier, bolting around tropical islands like some bad Arnold Schwarzenegger clone. This time, you play as Jason Brody - a typical everyday man that’s somewhat more relatable to you or I. At least, I would have felt more connected to the character, had I not watched the opening cinematic. (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Cam977  +   935d ago
I have no doubts that this will receive plenty of critical-acclaim for being a unique game therefore; I'm looking forward to it!
DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   935d ago
Games dont just get critical aclaim for being unique. This game looks/sounds good.
FarCryLover182  +   935d ago
Hope its not a flop.
bladesofagony  +   935d ago
touche

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