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Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon reviews

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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is a stand-alone expansion of Far Cry 3, developed by Ubisoft Montreal. The game takes place on a retro-futuristic open world island crawling with evil, with players assuming the action role of eye-patched cyborgprotagonist Sergeant Rex 'Power' Colt. The game will be released on May 1, 2013 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 via the PlayStation Network, and Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade.

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just completed main story line and pretty much taken over all enemy bases 100% :D was so much fun explosive sniper for the win! most fun weapon ever

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Since I have other games to play currently going to hold off on this one, but really looking forward to checking it out down the road. Hoping it comes to PSN + one day actually. (Y)

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Bought it yesterday and love it. I actually think it's the best Far Cry game yet, oddly enough.

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Another one from Nerd³, well more of a let's play than review..

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I got finals this week but as soon as its over, it'll be on my queue

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i loved the sound of this game. the marketing is amazing

i want to love it. however i dont. i got easily bored!

no where near the original far cry 3, and the 80s antics are not enough for me to enjoy it.

hopefully you have a better experience.

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Did not realize there was a demo for it on PSN, so I downloaded it and plan to check it out maybe as early as tomorrow if I have some time between my yard work and the Knicks game. If not definitely during the week. I may wind up just picking it up now, looking for an FPS that is just fun for the sake of being fun.

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Did not realize there was a demo for it on PSN, so I downloaded it and plan to check it out maybe as early as tomorrow if I have some time between my yard work and the Knicks game. If not definitely during the week. I may wind up just picking it up now, looking for an FPS that is just fun for the sake of being fun.

I actually didn't think the demo was a good representation of the game. It's basically the tutorial level, which isn't very fun. It's funny, however.

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I played the first like.. hour and a half of it and just felt really bored with it. I also felt like the game kinda tries a bit too hard to be funny. Dunno if i can manage to get myself to get further in to see if it manages to become a little less dull.

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I think the general feeling is if you try to take this game to seriously or judge it traditionally you will have a bad time with it.

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Its ok, quite funny, but if you already played Far Cry 3 then its nothing special. Can't complain, decent price, doesn't require Far Cry 3, and some good comedic writing. But not amazing.

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SO MANY references to classic 80' action films/tv. Even the music is an odd combination of Terminator and A-Team themes. It true that you should approach this as a tongue and cheek game. Past that; it's fun and different.

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