Far Cry 2

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  1. Brian Storm

    Brian Storm Well-Known Member

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    Just got it and about to play it. I'm sure most of you lads have played it. What do think? Any advice?
     
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    Top game but a little too long the 2nd part of the game was just a bit pointless. Don't let my comment put you off though it's great stuff.
     
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  3. Brian Storm

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    I'm enjoying it. Apart from the niggling bugs like.
     
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    Some of the hunting challenges are good.
     
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  5. Brian Storm

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    Not done any yet. I am concentrating on side quests first to build up diamonds.
     
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  6. woodbine

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    I just have to say Far Cry 3 is so much better and more fun to play. I did like FC2, but it didn't really grab my attention for too long.
     
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  7. Brian Storm

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    I'll be moving on to Far Cry 3 next. Where is it set?
     
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    I made a mistake I thought this was about FarCry 3.

    2 is good but a bit repetitive, fun though and worth playing 3 takes it to a new level with great storytelling and quite simply ripping off every good game over the last 18 months.

    In Farcry 3 there are elements of the previous FarCry games as well as Modern Warfare, Skyrim and Tomb Raider they don't seem to care that they rip off theses games and it makes it almost perfect. My only critisism is that the story is a little too long when I moved onto the new island I had enjoyed the game and needed it to finish but found a load more things to do that was just the same as the last island.
     
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  9. Brian Storm

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    So i take it Far Cry 3 is set in the Pacific islands then?
     
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  10. woodbine

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    Not really sure where FC3 is set, but it is like an island.

    It's a really great game, one that I didn't want to end. Think it took me about 30 hours to complete overall, but it didn't feel like it because it was really fun to play. Where as in FC2 I sometime felt it was a bit of a chore to do.
     
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    Not sure I think it's a fictional place.
     
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