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Far Cry 4

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Genre: Adventure, Shooter, Tactical

Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

Versions: See 6 more versions of this game

In Far Cry 4, players find themselves in Kyrat, a wild region of the Himalayas struggling under the regime of a despotic self-appointed king. Using a vast array of weapons, vehicles and animals, players will write their own story across an exotic open-world landscape.

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1 reviews

Great 96%

So first of all, this game is extremely gorgeous. A very well made world with beautiful graphics. A very well crafted world. The story line is very good aswell, with a new exciting story that challenges your ethical choices. I really enjoyed the game all over, but found at some points that the side objectives hadn't gotten much attention since Far Cry 3, which made it feel a little like the same stuff. I would however recommend this game to anyon... Read More

Positive points
Negative points
1 of the endings
Some side objectives
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17 reviews

Alright 76%

Boast: Dive into Kyrat. A place of danger, mythology, and mystery. A place that's never boring and every second is a story. Narrative: The story takes place in Kyrat, a fictitious country in the Himalayans. You play as Ajay (Ah-jay), who is coming back to this country to spread his mothers ashes upon her birthplace but while there you get thrown into a civil war between the Natives, and a dictator named Pagan Min (Troy Baker) who, for an unknown... Read More

Positive points
Troy Baker
Negative points
Recycled Material
New additions aren't game changing
Shallow in-game history
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1 reviews

Good 90%

In earlier years 3D worked really well but these days developers (devs) have made the environments far more real by adding shadows and other effects. These effects cause problems like artefacts and uneven plane rendering. The first Tomb raider that ever played in 3D was TROAD or Tomb raider Angel of Darkness and it worked perfectly in 3D. The first ever game played by this reviewer was Half-life and that works brilliantly in 3D as does the rest o... Read More

Positive points
Its your choice wether to progress further by accepting a main mission or just play any number of side quests... oh and the scenery is absolutely fabulous.
Negative points
3D wasn't perfect and some missions send you back to a point (if you died) way too far away from the mission you were attempting.
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33 reviews

Fair 70%

The game looks beautiful. The upgraded graphic really helped the game feel. The nature is nice. Playwise there is a lot of upgrades, but also some added annoyances. It's nice that there is multiple options your story can go or how you approach a quest because you have two "friends" between you need to decide who's quest you will take. The main bad guy is as usual VOed top notch. Freeing outposts made I would say more sence then in third and it wa... Read More