Seriously, the fact that we have Far Cry 3 footage should be enough to get you to watch it. But the promise of a bear? What are you waiting for?! Feast your eyes...
Our hero takes some "herbal supplements" in this new trailer, and the effects are hazardous to the health of everyone else...
Ubisoft figures if you're getting a new Assassin's Creed later this year, you might as well take a Far Cry 3 as well, so here's the release date announce trailer...
Germany’s (hell, the World’s) least favourite film helmer is the most hated man in games. You hate him. Most of Team Radar hate him. Your second cousin who once played House of the Dead II in college absolutely detests him. But with more Boll video game flicks in production - namely Zombie Massacre and Blood Rayne III - we thought it was time someone rode to the defence of the detested director.
Normally, we’ve got no problem with video game villians. Sure, they nick our bustiest wenches, salute digital democracy with a middle finger, and are inconsiderate enough to make us waste valuable bullets shooting them during a recession. Thing is, they’re always upfront about being assholes, which makes the shit they pull almost endearingly evil. What really gets on our teets, though, are those deceitful dastards who pretend to
Abe Lincoln. Charles Darwin. Edge. Between them they’ve mastered the realms of politics, science and writing about overweight Italian plumbers. And, more importantly than any of that, they’re now all 200. Yep, the long-running and respected games mag has just reached its 200th issue, celebrating the landmark event by publishing 200 unique covers.So if you’re mad for Master Chief, delirious over Deus Ex or want to dip
The sea caresses the beaches like a supernaturally attentive lover. The sky is powder-blue, the sea a living mirror and, emerging from it, verdant isle after verdant isle. It's all so perfect it seems a shame to pull the trigger and bring a heaving bag of violence to this unearthly paradise. It's clear that we're in that stage of the gaming hardware cycle where the PC takes a lead over static platforms. While Deus Ex: Invisible War was hamstrung by a somewhat dour graphical aesthetic and a
If you were stranded on a desert island what would you take? A complete collection of GM, obviously, a wave-powered generator to run your PC, and Buffy Summers - just so you had someone to play Counterstrike against. But the hero of Far Cry, Jack Carver, didn't choose any of these things - he brought 12 types of weapon, five vehicles and about 300 heavily armed mercenaries to his tropical paradise. Oddball.ISLE BE BACK But Far Cry is more than just a Judith Chalmers-free holiday simulator -
Far Cry has been talked about with great enthusiasm from the moment Crytek's first-person shooter was revealed. We were treated to five single-player levels of the latest code and the quality of the game before us never fell below impressive. Just this once, believe the hype...You play Jack Carver, a boat-for-hire mariner, and his latest fare has gone the way of the pear. Cocksure reporter Valerie crossed his palms with a ludicrous amount of silver to buy a ride to a paradise island. However,
These are the very latest screenshots of Ubi Soft's first-person shooter set on a paradisiacal island, Far Cry. We've been impressed with this one from the word go and it continues to ooze that wow factor.There are no new details from the publishers but you can find a treasure trove of information in . For a rounded out view of the game you'll also find a linked Edge preview there.Far Cry should hit the streets on 26 March. Expect it to be on the special