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Submitted by BadCircuit 939d ago | review

OXCGN’s Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review- The definition of insanity


"Every so often, there is a game that seemingly emerges out of nowhere to take people by surprise.

A game so absurd, so ridiculous, that people can’t help but be intrigued.

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is about as absurd a game as we’ll see this year." (Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

BadCircuit  +   939d ago
This is such an awesome crazy idea
Proeliator  +   939d ago
I just came here to say Vietnam 2.
DeusExer  +   939d ago
Really surprising title. I hope this gives other devs the belief that they don't have to be serious 100% of the time.
gaminoz  +   939d ago
Amen! I so miss Timesplitters for that reason. Call of Modern Ghost Warfare Battlefields get tiring after awhile.
IaMs12  +   939d ago
This has gotten such mixed reviews, probably because its such a different idea. I think its awesome, it looks like the devs had fun making it and you can tell.

Hopefully more companies wont be afraid to try some of their ideas.

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