Far Cry 3 gameplay trailer is seven intense minutes of very convincing 'hello-you'll-want-to-play-me' action

Nice island. Shame about all the people trying to KILL YOU

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So Ubisoft gave us our first look at Far Cry 3 during last week's E3. You can read about thatfirst look right here. Or, alternatively, you could just watch this extensive gameplay trailer, which is exactly what our first look talks about. It's seven minutes of footage that will convince you that Far Cry 3 is a game you'll want to play. It's got explosions and shooting and stabbing. It looks absolutely tropical lovely lush. And it introduces an actually interestingly psychotic villain called Voss, who seems intent on killing anyone that isn't a member of his own personal army.

With all Voss' talk of doing the same thing over and over, we expect that Far Cry 3's hero, Jason Brody, will be locked in a perpetual game of cat-and-mouse with the nut-job bad guy as he tries to escape the island. Or maybe they patch things up, become great friends and open a little beach hut bar together. Which would be nice.

June 13, 2011

With all Voss' talk of doing the same thing over and over, we expect that Far Cry 3's hero, Jason Brody, will be locked in a perpetual game of cat-and-mouse with the nut-job bad guy as he tries to escape the island. Or maybe they patch things up, become great friends and open a little beach hut bar together. Which would be nice.

June 13, 2011

With all Voss' talk of doing the same thing over and over, we expect that Far Cry 3's hero, Jason Brody, will be locked in a perpetual game of cat-and-mouse with the nut-job bad guy as he tries to escape the island. Or maybe they patch things up, become great friends and open a little beach hut bar together. Which would be nice.

June 13, 2011

With all Voss' talk of doing the same thing over and over, we expect that Far Cry 3's hero, Jason Brody, will be locked in a perpetual game of cat-and-mouse with the nut-job bad guy as he tries to escape the island. Or maybe they patch things up, become great friends and open a little beach hut bar together. Which would be nice.

June 13, 2011

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