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Far Cry 4 - PlayStation 4

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Welcome to Kyrat

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    doc8998
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    Another of my adventures into open-world gaming... A genre I always WANT to enjoy, but often become too sidetracked to stick with for any length of time. With this generation of consoles, a large selection of the open world format has made a quick appearance... In my case, that's not always a plus, despite my desire to love them, I tend to become overwhelmed or frustrated, especially if the storyline doesn't keep me moving logically forward. I tend to NEED the narrative to keep pressing me onward, with the open world offerings to be interesting and distracting for change of pace, rather than allowing the story to be so loose that the extra offerings become more of the focus. I'm happy to report that so far, FC4 keeps to my preferred formula. The characters are voice acting is tight, drawing you into what has been a well-written story, while not leaving it so loose that you feel as if the side-missions are more of what the developers want you to see. Having arrived to Kyrat to follow your mother's last wishes, to be have her ashes laid to rest at her home, Ajay Ghale (And I love how the developers do precisely what a lot of foreign people do when entering the States... Americanizing the name. When you hear your character say his name, he pronounces it as A-jay Gale, as opposed to the people of Kyrat, who pronounce it as Ah-jay Gal-ay... A wonderful touch thrown in, which just leads to the immersion of the story,# finds himself in the middle of a civil war, quickly being thrust directly to its forefront. Every character I've interacted with has been interesting so far, and FC4's main antagonist, Pagan, is wonderfully voiced and brought to life. He's a Kyratian Joker... Disturbed, with a vicious joy that comes with the suffering of others. His only downside so far, seems to be in his age. Looking at the artwork and even his model in-game, this is a man who appears to be late 20s- early 30s... While your character would seemingly be, at the minimum, early 20s, yet Pagan constantly talks about how in love he once was with your mother... Perhaps more will be explained, or Pagan just has great genetics. In this vast game, very little has taken me out of the immersion, but this fact constantly brought up by Pagan always brings me back out as I once again question this part of the storyline. It is, in my opinion, kind of a big issue to me, BUT one that can be forgotten about as you make your way around Kyrat... Until Pagan radios again, and almost always has to reminisce on this face. As far as graphics... We're finally getting towards the part of this generation of consoles where developers are "figuring it out," on how to get the most horsepower out of the systems, and FC4 is among the games lately that have been really showing off what devs have been learning. Along with Alien Isolation and it's beautiful graphics and amazing lighting, the stunning detail shown off in great multitudes of objects and draw distance in Shadow of Mordor and the rebuilt GTA5, Far Cry 4 ramps up the world around you... In areas heavily populated by trees and foliage, every leaf, every blade of grass is distinct as far as the eye can see. Dynamic lighting flowing over the landscape as the sun changes direction, causing shadows to fall over you like a wall from the mountains, all of this is breathtaking and leads to the question of "if this is what is being pumped out by my system now, how much better can it get as they become even more familiar with the guts of my console." And there's plenty to do in-game besides follow the story, and while most of it comes off as filler, #finding masks left behind by a murderer is intriguing, a different spin on collectible hunting, it remains nothing more than what's offered by most open-world games. But giving it this new paint job has somehow made it different to me as I partake.# they're just enough of a fun distraction and way to boost your character's experience, that they don't overstay their welcome. A word of warning to the squeamish or animal lovers, the game can be a bit brutal when it comes to the furry and feathered kingdoms. Much of the games crafting comes from hunting and skinning animals, and the resulting animation of not taking the skin, but a chunk of meat after burying your dagger into it, #along with your own character's sounds of disgust,# is a bit gruesome. Removing the chunk of meat is actually for yet another of the game's interesting gameplay... Throwing it in an enemy camp can cause predators to be attracted to the scent, sending them into the camp to do some of your work for you. I believe this is why that animation is used for skinning, as well. My time spent in FC4 has been excellent. It hasn't been uncommon for me to stop and admire the scenery, #while keeping an eye out for the roaming wildlife... Keep your eyes peeled to the sky, as well, as Eagles will also swoop down to attack.# And having a cohesive, well-written story, keeping you focused on your ultimate goal while still allowing you to explore on your own, has been, like some other of the newer open-world games, a breath of fresh air. Welcome to Kyrat, indeed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    New Layer of Paint

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    Samuel
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    Far Cry 4's massive open world of Kyrat is a beautiful setting to explore and inevitably wreak havoc. It's a vast playground that has very few rules when it comes to how you want to approach its dangers. However, despite its strengths, its also a double edged sword, as the plethora of things to do eventually leads to a lack of direction. You play as Ajay Ghale, a Kyrati-born American who returns to his motherland to scatter his mother's ashes as per her request before her death. He is immediately introduced to the Golden Path revolution, a group trying to take down the leader of the country, Pagan Min. As you progress through the story, there is also an internal power struggle between Golden Path members and you must choose who to support. This could have led to some interesting narratives, however Far Cry 4 fails to fully take advantage of it, mainly due to Ajay's lack of character development. I hardly cared about any of the characters and did the missions just to advance the game further. The story overall is a big missed opportunity. However, if all you're looking to do is "blow **** up" as Pagan Min loudly yells at the beginning of the game, you'll feel right at home in Kyrat. Most, if not all of Far Cry 3's basic structure is here. Outposts, hunting, crafting, skill trees, they're all there. The weapons are responsive and satisfying, especially the recurve bow. Drop in and drop out co-op is also introduced, and causing mayhem is significantly more fun with a friend. Far Cry 4 also features a competitive multiplayer mode, which surprisingly caught me off guard with how fun it actually was. An asymmetric approach pits the gun-toting Golden Path against the magical Rakshasa with simple modes such as Demon Mask, a variant of capture the flag. I suggest everyone at least try it, since most people would overlook multiplayer in a Far Cry game. All in all, this is a Far Cry game through and through with a variety of possibilities to how you want to overtake Kyrat. I wish it took some more risks and not played it so safe to Far Cry 3, but if what you're looking for more is Far Cry, then this is it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    more Far Cry

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    res462
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    If you enjoyed Far Cry 3, there's no reason you won't enjoy Far Cry 4, which offers a number of improvements to some of the core elements of 3, namely the ability to reset outposts, a sense of verticality with both gyrocopter and mountain climbing, turning off skinning animations, etc. Sadly, many of the flaws that dragged Far Cry 3 down are still present as well. The narrative is still brain dead dumb. Troy Baker's villain is a Joker wanna be that never was, and he's practically non-existent through most of the game. Fast Travel exists almost solely at cleared outposts, making back-tracking around Kyrat a necessity, and the easiest way to get around (via gyrocopter) isn't as readily available as the numerous four-wheel vehicles. There are a lot of collectibles, which don't seem to have much purpose other than filling space in the map, and while they aren't too egregious in limited numbers, sadly that isn't the case here. The inability to save anywhere is unfortunate, as an untimely demise can often set you back five minutes, forcing you to painfully retrace your steps back to the area you had just reached. And if you die again... deja vu. The ability to fast travel anywhere would have fixed that, but it doesn't exist. Also, as great as the ability to scale certain objects with the mountain climbing tool is, I found those instances to be too scaled back considering all there vertical areas in the game. Navigating certain areas of Kyrat is a pain. Still, there's a lot more good than bad, so if you're a fan (or this is your first foray into the crazy world of Far Cry), jump in.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    So much to explore and do.

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    LordGameFreak
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    I played Far Cry 3 and thoroughly enjoyed it but was hesitant about the next one just because it seem so similar. So instead of getting it on launch, I decided to wait and watch videos of gameplay on it. Wanted to see what they improved on and added. The main draw for me was being able to play in the open world co-op online with a friend, so you can essentially take on certain quests, take over post, and just wreck havoc on anything with a friend. I do wish it included campaign co op but this alone was already major improvement on the previous installment. Pros - -A lot to do, campaign really fun way less repetitive than the last go round. -A couple of unique missions that surprised me. -Riding an elephant into a post, and having several other ways to approach it. (I prefer never getting caught and using bait and arrows) Plenty of weapons to play with. Cons - -Maps are scattered with so many things to collect and discover that it can be overwhelming. (optional of course but I personally don' t like driving past things on a quest and not stop and end up doing something else.) -Side quest can get repetitive but these are often true in any type of open world games so its difficult to knock FC4 for similar problems. -Decision don't really mean a thing, I despised both the main characters, won't spoil anything. -Don't bother with multiplayer online modes. Fun doesn't last long. Overall, I would recommend it especially if it is on sale. Pretty fun and solid. 7.5/10 for sure.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    More FarCry 3

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    iwnnay
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    Was really hoping for an upgrade. It ended up being just more of the same game. Which is fine except it means more of the same bugginess, annoying characters, unimaginative missions and then annoying missions. FarCry's 4 overall fault is that it doesn't combine an open world with a reasoning indicative of an open world. That being said, the open world is the only part of the game that is worth playing. It's moderately entertaining to walk from point to point and explore the little sector of the "world". I think that if they were going to spend time evolving something it would have been that aspect of the game. And collectables aren't hard to find, some are only more difficult to find than others in that they're higher and lower than others and you have a 2D top down map to locate them. I can't say that the game is all that challenging either, which makes it even more annoying when a truck of enemies could show up in an 'peaceful' area at the same time I could be attacked by a bear and an eagle all at random. Another really annoying thing is that I could let the game drive for me and smash headlong into a truck full of allies, killing them or starting a large war that I can only reset by stopping the game and reloading. In conclusion, I'm half way through the game and I can't say that the moments of enjoyment I've had outweigh the painful moments of this game, hence the 2 of 5 stars. The painful moments are just flaws and inconsistencies in the game.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Enjoyable open world game

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    Nikola
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    I have played a bit of the previous Far Cry games but not too much so I can't really compare this game to them. That said, by itself, the game is an extremely enjoyable game. After completing the first few introductory missions, you have complete freedom to explore where ever you please on half of the map, with the final half accessible after completing enough story missions. Playing stealthily or playing as Rambo yields the same end result for the most part, but hitting someone in the head with an arrow from 80m away and butchering his comrades with your machete does give you a certain sense of satisfaction. Plenty of collectibles, locations, and side missions help keep you interested while exploring the enormous map. Decent variety of weapons with a certain level of customization. Can't speak as to how well co-op plays since I've only tried a few minutes of it but tag-teaming an outpost does seem fun. I've sunk about 30 hours into the game and just recently unlocked the last half of the map. Keep in mind that's not just for the story missions themselves, but a large portion of those collectibles and side missions as well since the collector in me took over for this game. Some side quests and karma events do get repetitive/laborious but they are mostly optional and can be skipped if wanted. Definitely recommend picking up this game if you like open world shooters with lots to collect and complete.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Lacking, Frustrating

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    Daniel
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    If you make a sequel to a game, you gotta out-do the entry before it... Farcry 3 is insanely better. That game grabs you in and makes you want to continue the fight against the antagonist. In Farcry 4 you BARELY see the antagonist, making going up against him seem meaningless. You gotta show how evil he is more than one time in this long game to keep me want to keep going throughout... Especially when you have Troy Baker providing the antagonist's voice-overs throughout. Use that talent! My biggest complaint is that when you're given the option to make choices for yourself based on what mission you decide to tackle over another, you always make a character mad. You're never completely rewarded for your efforts to help out these characters. Instead, you make one mad and make on angry, and that's frustrating when really you want to side with both characters, even though your opinions may differ. The world you're put in is beautiful and there's plenty of customization options available to places to go explore on the map. The graphics are insanely good, except for when you approach a character's face. The protagonist is dull and seems lifeless. The DLC is a rip-off and doesn't make the game a bit better. Valley of the Yetis sounds super cool... IT'S NOT!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fun game, similar to Far Cry 3

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    Yaya

    If you have played Far Cry 3 then you will know exactly what this game is and how it plays. I loved Far Cry 3 and think it is one of the best games in the last 5 years. This game is very similar and improves on Far Cry 3. The story though in this game is a lot weaker compared to Far Cry 3. The decisions you make in the game can change outcomes, which is cool. Some of the decisions don't seem to make much sense though. There is a lot to do in this game with some really fun side missions. Some of the side missions though are not fun, but guess what you don't have to do them and most of the side missions are fun. The game can be beat in under 10 hours if a person just does the main missions. I believe you will have to do some of the side missions to level up your character because the game would get too hard if you didn't. I felt the game was fair and fun and I did most of everything in the game. Liberating the outpost and taking out enemy drivers are so much fun. There are animals that run around in the game and they will attack you and also attack your enemies. I highly recommend this game. It is fun and easy to play and the controls are great. The story could be better is really the only negative. If you do most of the stuff in the game it will take over 20 hours to do, but it can be beaten faster then that. Great game!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome World & Weapons: All I Want to Play

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    DirtyLarry
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    I have Driveclub, Forza Horizon 2, & The Evil Within to finish. I have still yet to even really start either Sunset Overdrive or Bayonetta 2. I also have GTA V from GameFly (although I have already beat it on the PS3, so does not really count). All of those games are my current backlog, and I pretty much just want to play Far Cry 4. That should say a whole lot right there. Think I am on Mission 9 of the campaign, with 4 hours 30 minutes of play time, and I do not have that much to say or offer other than it is incredibly fun to play. I feel like I have barely done the campaign. Pretty much been obsessed with hunting with the bow. Which let me just say, once you unlock the ability to ride an elephant, hunting larger game becomes much easier. Really just a very good game. Just so much to do and the world itself is fantastic. And I really am just scratching the surface. Total sleeper hit for myself as I did not expect to enjoy it as much as I am. Especially with the whole AC:Unity fiasco and not really having all that much faith in Ubisoft. However they have absolutely delivered with this game. I will say I did skip playing Far Cry 3, so perhaps that adds to my enjoyment, as I have read some comments claiming it is just like 3. Since I did not play it, this is a new experience so to speak. Really enjoying it tremendously so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best PS4 game I've played so far!

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    Whofan73
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    My first Far Cry experience. So tired of the linear campaigns in games like COD and Battlefield. Far Cry has the most open campaign of any game I've played. Sometimes I'll open it up, go on a hunt, or play the next mission, or just mark a waypoint on the map and see what pops up along the way. Many interesting and diverse ways to navigate the world as well - truck, atv, hanglider, helicopter, and elephants! Unlockables and hidden locations are everywhere on the map and every one opens up new things to do. It's just like my son's Lego Marvel Super Heroes game in that respect, but this one isn't for small kids. Cut scenes are well done and not overly long (I hate that). Save points at any point of the game (as long as you aren't on a mission) means I don't have to block out hours at a time to play this game. I can come in for 20 minutes if I want and take an outpost or a bell tower, or hunt a tiger! Visiting others' maps on multiplayer is alot of fun too, but PvP so far doesn't live up to the other games I've mentioned here. Bigger engagements than 5 vs 5 capture the flag type games are needed, and deathmatch or larger team games would be really cool. Awesome game!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Game! So dang fun!

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    Chevy007
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    I pre-ordered this game and it has been awesome! I still have it and I will continue to have it. I played Far Cry 3 as well and that was a really fun game, but Far Cry 4 over passes it by far. The graphics are really good and everything is just really fluid on it. The combat is really good as well. I really like the story as it keeps you wanting to know what is going to happen next. I like how you can fly around on a small little helicopter. The map is probably the same size as the previous game, but there are more things you can do and more people around. My friend and I play the online coop and that is a game changer. It is so much fun having a friend play with you on the whole entire map. One of the other things that got me even more hooked is the map editor as you can create your own map/arena or even download other players creations and play them by yourself or with a friend online. Seriously someone recreated the first level of N64 game Golden-eye in the map editor and some other levels and they did a great job. You can do all sorts of things with the map editor, but I mostly just play the maps created by other players and they are a blast.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A Decent Shooter

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    Delta
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    Far cry 4 is a great game. The story is good, side missions are wonderful and again you are in charge of your approach on EVERYTHING, which is what many of us love in a Far cry game. The graphics are very beautiful and the story drags you in a world of action, just like in Far cry 3. The Co-op is good, but not that good. The Co-op lets you and a friend go in a free mode like server, where you can hunt, liberate outposts, capture towers and do little side missions. As well, as capture 4 giant bases called fortresses , but you can NOT do any campaign mission's in Co-op AT ALL. Which, honestly really sucks cause the campaign in my opinion is like the best thing in Far cry besides everything else. I didn't get a chance to try out the multiplayer, but i hear its good. Bottom line, this game is worth getting if you want to have fun or if your a Far cry fan BUT, Once you beat the game its just not that fun anymore and has basically no reply value. This is the type of game you play and beat and then either trade in or let it sit on the shelf and collect dust. My opinion? Your better off renting the game at your nearest red box.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Still one of the best current gen games

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    Mikraphne
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    I had never played a Far Cry game before, so I went into this one without any knowledge of how the game was played. This game alone has made me want to go back and play some of the previous games that I missed out on, because it is absolutely incredible. The visuals throughout the game are consistently some of the best on the PS4. Content-wise, the game has a ton of things to do, all of which feels like it has a purpose in the world. The only negative that I can really say about the game are the stupid birds throughout the game. It sounds stupid, but it will get a little annoying as the game goes on. I will have just killed a Rhino with a cross bow, yet I am running into a cave to escape the clutches of a bird? The game encourages you to approach outposts and missions differently, as you can always attempt a no alarm/no damage, stealth playthrough. It's all up to you, and with so many other things to do in the world, you will likely find yourself getting lost in the world and finding yourself caught with many options of things to do, which is always great.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    great open world fun

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    codeblue
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    If you haven't heard of the Far Cry series, you either don't play video games or you live under a rock. TBH, I never really enjoyed the original Far Cry games. Great ideas, but I guess the consoles back then just didn't have enough horsepower to allow Ubisoft to really open up. Flash forward to the PS4, and you've got plenty of resources to make a superb open world game. You can go ninja and do silent kills a la MGS, you can snipe, you can throw rocks to distract guards, or heck, you can throw bait and call animals to attack for you while you sit in the shadows. The point is, you've got freedom to play the game however you want. There's only a few story points where you're really pushed to play a certain way, and for the sake of not spoiling the story, I won't be specific. But for 99% of the game, you can be as sneaky or as guns blazing as you want. Plenty of interesting characters, lots of optional quests to keep you buried in the game for weeks, and the guns have enough individual character to make you want to try different guns.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    All Far cried out and still havent had enough

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    CALLmeVAAS
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    I picked up FC4 for the PS4 and have not been able to put the remote down. This First person shooter platform was never my cup of tea, as a matter of fact i stayed away from all these platforms. After forcing myself to play FC3 way after its release, i caught the the bug just a couple days of playing and have been hooked on it ever since. I stopped at a few stores after FC4 release but they were always sold out. Finally i got it from best buy, used, and have not had a complain about the game. Killer grafix, tru sound fx(and even better when i stream it through my woofers), and the story line is captivating. Its been a long time since ive literally come home from work and go st8 to the game and play till bedtime. This game does it for me. Ive been jump scared, i have raged at the TV, and even laughed at the story line. Im sure you will enjoy the thrill just like i did and still do. Currently im playing the game in hard mode. Its a whole different world in this level. Great buy and worth every penny!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Like Far Cry 3, but stale.

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    s7abm3
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    I wanted to love this game. While the world of Kyrat is breathtaking and Pagan is a mildly entertaining villain, it doesn't make up for what is overall a lackluster experience. It took what made Far Cry 3 great and did nothing new with it. The game is full of time consuming mini quests that amount to "kill 6 guys at a base and then do something else". Even on hard the game gives you so many advantages that any gun battle can be won using the same couple of tactics every time. Most of the weapons feel very similar and the gun play is only average. The story may be the most disappointing part of this game. Far Cry 3 began attaching you to your character and making them into a person you care for and want to succeed. In 4 you get a name and a paragraph of back story and then off you go, you're the savior of Kyrat! All in all the game was average. Get it when it's 20 bucks, otherwise pass.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    A lot of fluff.

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    8Mega
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    I would breakdown my 25 hours with Far Cry 4 as 5 hours of story and 20 hours of mindless tasks. A lot of fluff, little substance. What I liked most about FC4 is the open world set in an India-like location. The gameplay is also good. A lot like other triple A first-person shooters. The environment has a downside though. It is mostly the same. Patches of forests, fields, and hills. A couple of times the game warps you to a snowcapped mountain. A bulk of this game is securing tours (much like the Assassin's Creed games) and looting random crates. It gets old and tedious real quick. The story (when there is a story) is kind of interesting, but once you're done you'll be disappointed. I don't recommend Far Cry 4 although it is not a terrible game. The tedious actions that take up most of the game really isn't worth the time and effort. There are better games on the market.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    More but at the same time less.

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    Foxy
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    Compared to far cry 3 there are definitely more guns weapons and methods of takedowns but in the environment of the bases its very hard to feasibly do a lot of them, and the skill tree is not nearly as impressive as 3's was. The story was kind of hard to connect to, its like you are just a grunt in someone else's story but for some reason you are a major person in it, by the end of the game I was finishing the story just to finish the story. Loved the main villain but barely saw anything of him or heard much at all from him during it, wish he had more time in the story rather than the 2 boring conflicting leaders. Still though it feels and plays like far cry 3 but with a bit more in some gameplay options and a bit less too. None the less was fun but might just do far cry 3 if I ever want to replay a far cry game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pure fun

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    Matt
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    If you're a fan of open world gameplay and enjoy unexpected things to happen- this is for you. The freedom in this game is fun, and the artificial intelligence is pretty good compared to many games- the enemy actually appears to be thinking, doing what they can to flank you and attack in a manner that deosnt seem stupid. This leads to a lot of fun and challenging situations. The free roaming animals are also a fun challenge.. Just as you're about to take that very well planned shot that you spent alot of time getting to- an eagle may swoop down and not only ruin your shot but also make everyone aware that youre there... chaos ensues.. Its nioce to also have the choice to approach situation in different ways- you can go in guns blazing or sneak around and be smart about it- your choice! Great game!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    An Obvious Favorite

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    BadWobot
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    I absolutely loved playing this game. The world is expansive and lush, and there is so much to do. I enjoyed the cultural integration in the game. Capturing outposts and doing hostage rescues were a lot of fun, and it gets even more interesting as you unlock new weapons. The animals were a nice touch, but they eventually turned out to be more of a pest than anything else. The campaign story is sufficient, and the missions are entertaining. The use of certain weapons like a sniper, the knife, or a crossbow in combination with stealth, deception, and timing was very engaging. Patience, cunning, and an unhesitating poise are a thrilling must, though it is fun go in loud on the last few standing. I have spent countless hours playing this game, and there is still more to do. A definite must-buy in my book.

    I would recommend this to a friend