Ubisoft's bold follow-up to its surprise 2004 hit was nothing if not controversial. Taking the reins from Crytek, new developer Ubisoft Montreal chose to abandon the story and tropic setting of the original in favor or a more ominous locale - a fictional African nation teetering on the brink of anarchy. The bold new direction earned both critical praise and detractors.
Some critics loved the open world action and politically charged story, while others felt major design gaffes kept the game from realizing its potential. Ubisoft Montreal's Clint Hocking took time out of his schedule to address these reader-generated questions.