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Submitted by MediaStinger 702d ago | review

Far Cry 3 Review: A Crazy Trip Worth Taking [MediaStinger]

MS: "Your girlfriend’s missing, your boat’s been destroyed, you’re trapped on a mysterious island where everyone is crazy… and best of all, like one of last year’s best games, you don’t have to worry about any of that if you don’t want to. That’s because in Far Cry 3 you can either worry about all that serious stuff by strictly playing the campaign, or you can ignore it all for as long as you want and instead hunt wild animals in the jungle, discover secrets scattered throughout the island, and find plenty of other random adventures that occur during crazy unscripted events you might accidentally create. Like Skyrim, Far Cry 3 is a paradise for people with short attention spans that also surprisingly offers up a solid story despite its open world setting that has so much going on." (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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