So, I've been stranded with no car and no ride at my friend's house for several days now. While he was at work he foist upon me Far Cry 3. It's been a killer vacation.
Since I'm a little past due, I figured I'd just share some of my thoughts on the game after a few hours of playing.
The graphics are fan-f***ing-tastic
|Soooo prett--OH GOD A TIGER IS EATING MY BALLS|
The writing is shite. The player character is moderately inconsistent and goes along with the things people order him to do with alarming compliancy.
|Yes, random wise-black-man. I will trust everything you say without question.|
& lastly, the gameplay is meh. There were many moments I was hampered by torturously aggravating controls.
|I cannot accurately describe my hatred of climbing these |
For a game touted as highly as it was, I was really disappointed. After a fairly engaging opening, the game lapsed into downright silliness as far as the story was concerned, and I found myself increasingly frustrated by the gameplay mechanics over the nine hours that I played.
That said, there is something to be said about the game that did keep me playing past simple stubbornness.
I don't know what it was, but something kept me from chucking the game and never looking back, and normally I'd try to pin down exactly what that something is. Maybe over the next few days I'll get more chances to sit down and give it a shot. I'd be more comfortable articulating my various issues after a more lengthy playthrough.