Far Cry 3 features first-rate story telling for a video game that finds a group of stranded souls lost, captured by sea-fairing pirates that are hardly welcoming.
Then again, most pirates don't exactly have a penchant for positivity. These pirates take painstaking precautions when protecting their island and the result is gamers getting the chance to play hero in the face of adversity.
Graphics, game play highlight at lengthy list of positive characteristics for a game that is wildly popular and well-reviewed for its action and realistic, movie-theater like plotlines. The game is so well-received that the brains behind the brutality have little qualms about pushing for a fourth (fifth or sixth for that matter) installment.
Gamers get to control the lone person who manages to escape the captivity and wrath of those aforementioned ravenous pirates, a title character named Jason Brody (classic video game hero name, of course) who is searching out a series of desolate locations for his buddies, who didn't fare quite as well as him.
Brody and his boys made the mistake of taking a detour and opting for an impromptu sky-diving endeavor instead of staying on point. The party quickly turns to panic as everyone is captured and stored, before Brody breaks free but not without losing a few good men in the process.
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