Our video review explains why this is a good thing.
By Tim Colwill on May 4, 2013 at 12:11 pm
In Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, you play a Mark IV Cyber-Commando named Rex Power Colt, and if that doesn’t tell you basically everything you need to know about what sort of game this is then I… really don’t know what else to tell you. Perhaps this video review will help you understand (sorry about the awful voice acting).
- Perfectly captures the cringe-worthy 80s action era
- Genuinely funny moments and one-liners
- Great (awful) voice acting
- None of the fluff or padding from Far Cry 3
- Same great PC support (FOV even goes up to 110!)
- Only five or six hours long at a stretch
- No incentive to do anything else other than the main storyline
- Outside environment is boring and uninteresting to explore
You can buy Blood Dragon on Steam for $17.95. It is a stand-alone title and does not require the original Far Cry 3 to play.
This review copy was provided by the publisher.