The Exciting Reviews of Far Cry 3

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One game I’ve had my eye on for quite some time has been Far Cry 3, Ubisoft’s latest entry in the series first headed up by Crysis makers Crytek (see a pattern here?). While Fry Cry originally featured a mercenary gaining animalistic powers, Ubisoft’s take on the franchise has been more realistic, almost to the detriment of the game in some cases.

Far Cry 2 was kind of a cult hit: you either loved it or hated it and wanted it to die in a fire. Between an archaic fast-travel system and constantly regenerating enemy outposts, Far Cry 2 was a frustrating experience that still offered a beautiful Savannah setting for you to play around in, or set on fire if you wanted, you just had to work around the game’s myriad roadblocks to do it. With Far Cry 3 coming in just over a week, reviews have been landing ahead of the game and my hype meter is being slowly stoked by reading them. True, Assassin’s Creed 3 received similar glowing reviews in advance of release, so I am being a bit hesitant, but the prospect of hunting animals to turn them into pouches to hold all your loot sounds really appealing to me. Here’s what critics have been saying about Far Cry 3:

Even if I’m trying not to get overexcited, the fact that the reviews are this good and they’re coming out so far in advance means that Ubisoft was feeling pretty good about Far Cry 3. Turns out they were right, and I’m eager to get my hands on it.

Unfortunately, I’ll have to wait until Christmas, but I’ll be playing the PC version like a madman over the break. Is Far Cry 3 on anyone else’s radar? Have the reviews drawn you in?

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3 thoughts on “The Exciting Reviews of Far Cry 3”

  1. I enjoyed Far Cry 2 to an extent, but Mitch pointed out the flaws that I had with the game. All of the preview footage has me excited for 3 (specifically the main antagonist), and with these reviews to back to it up, I’m looking forward to opening it up Christmas morning.

  2. This wasn’t even on my radar until this month, mostly due to my near hatred of Far Cry 2 (those fucking outposts and driving everywhere ruined it for me). I loved Far Cry: Instincts and I’ve wanted to see them make another good one since, and the fact that this one is story focused and is almost like Skyrim with guns has me intrigued. Unfortunately I’ve already turned in my Christmas List for the family, and with all the gifts I’ll be buying for others it might be a while before I can buy another game. I’ll be watching this one closely though, I’d be interested to hear what you think, Mitch.

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