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Submitted by OliverKO 869d ago | review

Far Cry 3 Review | El33tonline

Oliver at El33tonline writes:

"The open-world sandbox genre has since benefited from lessons learned in games like Crytek’s Crysis series, as well as Ubisoft’s own Far Cry 2 and Assassin’s Creed games, culminating in the creation of what is perhaps the finest example of the genre yet: Far Cry 3. Like the original Far Cry, the world is meticulously crafted (this time for a 2012 audience), and like Far Cry 2 and Assassin’s Creed, you’ll not want for interesting, meaningful things to do, but ultimately, Far Cry 3 is leashed by technical issues and wasted potential, even if the beast tirelessly rages against its constraints." (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

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