Far Cry 4 | Review
Secluded in the colossal mountains of the Himalayas lies a country thick with an established practice of violence and mayhem. You assume the role of Ajay Ghale, returning to the country of your birth, the ornant forests and severe snow-crowned summits of Kyrat, to fulfill your mom’s final wish of dispensing her ashes from the urn. This limitless and erratic country offers visitors favorable circumstances and danger at every turn. You promptly find yourself caught up in a revolt to subvert the brutal regime of Pagan Min, a figure infamous as much for his sense of manner and magnetism as for his wickedness and naked barbarism. Maneuvering the snake in the grass landscape, you find your fate intensely determined by the decisions you make because in Kyrat, every second is an adventure to your doom.
In Far Cry 4, you will subdue fortress outposts from the back of a six-ton elephant and take to the skies as you rain down explosives from your quick moving perch in the gyro-copter. The steep landscape of the Himalayas isn’t just a magnificent backdrop, but a jungle gym that encourages the gamer to fight for survival, hunt and explore, confronting cliffs or shooting into the air, dropping to the valley below in a contained free fall with your wing suit. You’ll carry with you a absolutely unique arsenal of weaponry that lets you play your way, whether it’s shooting, sniping, sneaking or an all out assault for your defenses. When all else goes down hill, animals can be your most meaningful allies or your most paramount problem, as the Kyrat wilderness delivers on the promise of a real open world tall tale factory.
Targeting: A rating of maturity or above. Blood, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Drugs, Includes online features that may expose players to unrated user-generated content.
Genre: First-Person Shooter Publishing: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Montreal