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Submitted by Smurf1 822d ago | review

Far Cry 3 Review - Trouble in Paradise (Gamechup)

Gamechup writes: You must have seen in those Discovery or National Geographic channels how a Tiger hunts its prey. It walks with grace and poise, slowly and steadily, and as soon as its target notices and starts running, the chase begins and ends up with the Tiger usually pouncing on it and grabbing its neck. (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

sway_z  +   822d ago
Brilliant game, I would recommend Far Cry 3 to everybody ...

Just don't buy the digital release via PS Store - For some reason?? >>Ubisoft are charging £59.99 for it, when you can get the disc copy for £39.99 saving yourself a whopping £20!!

How on Earth can a digital copy of any game without retailer, packaging and distribution cost exceed the boxed version???

Insane!!!
The_KELRaTH  +   822d ago
I suppose it depends what format you buy. The mp side on PS3 is a bit of a disaster so maybe it's best looked at as an SP only game.
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