Far Cry 4 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and Red Storm Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. It was released on November 18th, 2014 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Play Station 3 and Play Station 4. In this game, you will play the character Ajay Ghale who travels to the Himalayas to place the ashes of his mother with those of his sister. Upon arrival Ajay is captured by the self appointed King of Kyrat, Pagan Min. The rest of the story is up to the player.
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Far Cry 4 truly shines in the almost bacchanalian sense of freedom it bestows on the player as they traverse through its environment.
Far Cry 4 is a stunning iteration in the series that manages to bring forth great gameplay, superb visuals, and a pretty good story with a fabulous villain. While the competitive multiplayer may not feel all that great and there are some lackluster story missions, overall you'll have a great time with the first-person shooter.
Far Cry 4 may have installed a despot, but it's still the undisputed king of the open-world shooter.
The half-baked co-op is disappointing and the game sticks to the conventions of its direct predecessor almost to a fault, but the wondrous Himalayan setting packed with activities still makes Far Cry 4 a trip worth punching your passport. Come for the gunfights, and stay for the viscous honey badger hunts.
Diversity is one of Far Cry 4’s strongest assets, and it overwhelms the mostly disappointing story with countless opportunities for free-form adventure and fun.
Not Sure Really
Like the terrain if depicts, Far Cry 4 travels both high and low, representing the good, the bad, and ugly of video games all at once. It's awesome and messy and dumb and fun and annoying and gross and beautiful. Take any given adjective in your vocabulary, and chances are, it will in some way describe Far Cry 4.
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