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Post by Eorl @ 01:58pm 24/10/12 | 0 Comments
Recently our resident jungle hero Steve was given the chance to try out a 90-minute demo of the upcoming open-world FPS Far Cry 3, and so far it looks to be quite an interesting adventure. While the release date slowly ticks ever closer (late November), Steve was able to get a hands-on look at just how the story and open-world content have been wedded together.

"While I only tackled the game for roughly 90-minutes, I was delivered narrative and open-world in equal parts, and never felt that one overshadowed the other. Their marriage is a compelling one, though you never once feel like you’re required to follow the game’s own level-structure. It’s also invitingly overwhelming once you do have your freedom, and the whole game-map is open to you as soon as the intro leash is removed."

Click here for our Last Look at Far Cry 3.





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