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Submitted by mathsman 686d ago | review

In-depth Review: Far Cry 3 - Electronic Theatre

The Far Cry franchise has always been a bit odd. Beginning with an adventure through a tropical resort that soon dived into the far reaches of science-fiction, with super-human abilities and mutants, the sequel attempted to put a leash of things by sticking to mercenaries and freelance killing. Arriving in a sea of new first-person shooter (FPS) experiences, Far Cry 3 forgets all of this and chooses to once again move in a brand new direction; following a path where ‘odd’ would be the least of your worries. (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 92/100

ab5olut10n  +   686d ago
You, sir, have always been a bit odd.

Btw, I ate a XXL nacho while waiting on the install.

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