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Submitted by djhsecondnature 1096d ago | review

One Hit Pixel Revew - Far Cry 3

One Hit Pixel: "It’s extremely rare for the antagonist to be the focal point of a release; usually we’re subjected to a burley hero stacked to the high heavens with guns, grenades and a morally questionable attitude to killing. Ubisoft has decided for a slightly different approach with Far Cry 3 though. We still have the trigger-happy American, heck, you play as him, but it’s Vaas, the psychotic leader of a group of pirates working for a slave trafficking ring, that is under the spotlight. Captured by this sociopath, you play as captured vacation-goer Jason Brady along with his group of friends on the tropical representation of hell, Rook Island. Quite how you went from sky-diving euphoria to nightmarish imprisonment is skipped over, but the game kicks off with a bang." (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) A/A+

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