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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 848d ago | interview

An interview with Far Cry 3’s Vaas, Michael Mando

LazyGamer: Glaring at you across the box of Far Cry 3’s cover, he sits in sand as if born from it. A human head – dead? Alive? Between? – is submerged next to him, as if he’s bored playing with it. The gaming world was in awe and fear of Vaas from the first time he narrated the definition of insanity. This madness and darkness and all-round Conradian horror pulsates out of every moment Vaas is on-screen. Delivered to us through the brilliance of Michael Mando, Vaas as a whole came into existence through Mando’s brilliance – not through original planning. (Far Cry 3, Michael Mando, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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