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- Built from the legendary DNA of its award-winning predecessor, Far Cry 4 delivers the most expansive and immersive Far Cry experience ever in an entirely new and massive open world. With integrated drop-in/drop-out open world co-op play, Far Cry 4 re-imagines the cooperative experience for the next generation. You'll now be able to discover and explore the living open world of Kyrat together. Hidden in the towering Himalayas lies Kyrat, a country steeped in tradition and violence. You are Ajay
- Platform: PlayStation 4
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
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Built from the legendary DNA of its award-winning predecessor, Far Cry 4 delivers the most expansive and immersive Far Cry experience ever in an entirely new and massive open world. With integrated drop-in/drop-out open world co-op play, Far Cry 4 re-imagines the cooperative experience for the next generation. You'll now be able to discover and explore the living open world of Kyrat together. Hidden in the towering Himalayas lies Kyrat, a country steeped in tradition and violence. You are Ajay Ghale. Traveling to Kyrat to fulfill your mother's dying wish, you find yourself caught up in a civil war to overthrow the oppressive regime of dictator Pagan Min. Explore and navigate this vast open world, where danger and unpredictability lurk around every corner. Here, every decision counts, and every second is a story. Welcome to Kyrat.
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I'm not really sure if the writers are dropping huge amounts of acid but they seem to have an affinity for writing it into their games. I grew tired of the gimmick after the second Act where I'm forced to escape the prison and evade a demon whilst drugged. I prefer my games to be more lucid and if I want to be on a bad acid trip, I will not rely on a game for that experience. I won't dare go back to the overhyped Shangri La unless i'm high in real life. Too bad. I really like achieving 100% in games but I don't even think I can finish this one.
Also, driving mechanics are still whack. Ubisoft needs to steal a page from EA and sort that out.
Gameplay is very good. if you played FC3, you will be instantly familiar with outposts and how to tackle them, and the... be pawned for being unprepared and thinking that you can just bulldoze your way out of a sticky situation. These NPC's don't run on your dad's AI. Instead, you will be forced to actually strategize your approach, especially if you play stealth. NPC's will hear you moving around if you don't do it carefully. To me, that was the biggest surprise in gaming overall: that a studio bothered to develop NPC's such that they don't just see you but really do hear you and investigate.
Story-line felt thin and generic IMHO, but the main antagonist has an interesting personality. For me, the most relatable person was a side-kick named Rabi Ray Rana, who is a pirate radio operator talking your ears off every time you drive a car. I found his shtick very entertaining and ridiculous, and the best part: he has his own side-quest, so I actually got to meet him, adding to the immersion.
This demonstrates the level of detail the world has to offer. Forget racing though this game in 50 hours. you'd be missing out on too much by just focusing on main story missions. The world is humongous, so big in fact that i personally found it to be daunting. This is mostly due to the fact, that unfortunately, a lot of the non-quest activities are just too generic. The locations start to look the same after a while, so I don't see why I should bother trying to discover all 500 or so of them.
very good enemy AI makes gameplay satisfying and a challenge
enormous world keeps you busy for a while
the art and feel and look of the world is simply outstanding - it really feels like a "world" not a "game", something that GTA V on PS4 did not achieve IMHO
world locations are repetitive after a while and the world ends up being simply big but nothing else
story missions advertise "choice" - forget about it, i'ts got no real effect, you just have slightly different cut scenes and 2 options of location for your final mission
don't miss out on side quests. some of them are just plain fun, others wonderfully silly, but rarely a tedious kill-n-fetch
I was entertained by the story and the missions. Some missions I definitely didn't care for but it didn't ruin the game. And if you have never played the series before, its not a bad time to start.