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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby flash501 » 13 Dec 2012, 12:36

middle finger wrote:The game is boring. It wasn't even lying next to Skyrim.


If you're finding it boring you have no imagination!
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby middle finger » 13 Dec 2012, 13:00

Am I supposed to play it or imagine it?
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby Multiplayerking » 13 Dec 2012, 13:02

This guy. :lol:
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby flash501 » 13 Dec 2012, 13:42

middle finger wrote:Am I supposed to play it or imagine it?


Imagine it, obviously!
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby CrispyLog » 13 Dec 2012, 13:47

Why does it take so long to f**king start? I put the disc in, it takes a bit to load up, then when I press start it starts synchronising and downloading wall updates and s**t which lasts too long, then it f**king pops up saying 'buy a Uplay passport now!' and I can't be arsed using the code as I don't want to play online, so every f**king time I have to click on No, thanks before it will finish getting ready for me to start the game. every f**king time I turn it on. And it'll be the same for anyone getting it pre-owned or whatever or they don't want to put the Uplay code in. f**king bullshit.

middle finger wrote:The game is boring. It wasn't even lying next to Skyrim.


It's certainly no Skyrim. Really good game so far, but yeh the world isn't a fraction of Skyrim. There's no little stories or stuff. I mean on Skyrim if I see a little path I'd follow it to see what's up there, or if I see a little cave I'll go and have a mooch, or if I see a body I'll see what happened and find a note saying he'd been chased by a bear and then find a trail of blood to his little camp and the bear and some little tale, but in FC3 I never feel the need to explore as I know all that will be there is f**k all, or maybe a box with some money in or a tapir.

Damn you Skyrim for being so awesome!
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby Multiplayerking » 13 Dec 2012, 14:40

Not saying this as a joke or anything, it is too unfair to compare games to Skyrim.
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby middle finger » 13 Dec 2012, 15:20

It's the same repetitive structure of assassins creed games. Go on top of high point and unlock all this similar things, then do them untill you're bored.
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby middle finger » 13 Dec 2012, 15:23

So far M.I.A.'s entrance song was a highest point of this game.
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby CrispyLog » 13 Dec 2012, 15:32

Multiplayerking wrote:Not saying this as a joke or anything, it is too unfair to compare games to Skyrim.


That's a fair point. I certainly don't expect GTAV to be half as exciting as adventuring around Skyrim, it's just spoilt us with all the little details and stories and beauty.
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby middle finger » 13 Dec 2012, 15:40

If I can't cause havoc on the streets, than GTA is not gta.
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby Multiplayerking » 13 Dec 2012, 20:45

CrispyLog wrote:
Multiplayerking wrote:Not saying this as a joke or anything, it is too unfair to compare games to Skyrim.


That's a fair point. I certainly don't expect GTAV to be half as exciting as adventuring around Skyrim, it's just spoilt us with all the little details and stories and beauty.


The thing that makes it is what you mentioned before. How you stumble across a small hidden cave, and inside there's actually loads going on, and you think "I wonder how many people are actually going to see this?"
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby DAEDALUS79 » 13 Dec 2012, 21:56

I have literally just this second realised that there is a person buried in the sand on the cover/boxart of the game, where did he come from?!
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby flyfletch » 14 Dec 2012, 07:51

DAEDALUS79 wrote:I have literally just this second realised that there is a person buried in the sand on the cover/boxart of the game, where did he come from?!



s**t, so there is, i never noticed this till you mentioned it lol
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby ricflair » 14 Dec 2012, 09:40

Multiplayerking wrote:Not saying this as a joke or anything, it is too unfair to compare games to Skyrim.


That's true. I suppose Skyrim is barely a game; more of a hiking simulator mixed with Top Trumps.

I've got a £20 voucher for the ubisoft store, which would make the Lost Edition £29.99, today's the last day to order before Christmas. I'm tempted.
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Re: Far Cry 3

Postby Barry316 » 14 Dec 2012, 10:27

flyfletch wrote:
DAEDALUS79 wrote:I have literally just this second realised that there is a person buried in the sand on the cover/boxart of the game, where did he come from?!



s**t, so there is, i never noticed this till you mentioned it lol


He's in the game as well, it's an achievement/trophy.

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