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Far Cry 3 Deluxe Edition [Online Game Code]

Journey Into The Heart Of Insanity

Far Cry 3

Far Cry 3 is an open world first-person shooter set on an island unlike any other. A place where heavily armed warlords traffic in slaves. Where outsiders are hunted for ransom. And as you embark on a desperate quest to rescue your friends, you realize that the only way to escape this darkness…is to embrace it. Note: requires and installs Ubisoft’s UPlay as well.

Far Cry 3 Deluxe Edition for PC includes the following extras

The Monkey Business Pack

Meet Hurk and his explosive bomb-carrying monkey in four heart-pounding missions and get two bonus ways to humiliate your friends in multiplayer

The Lost Expeditions

Discover the secrets of the island’s lost World War II ruins in two suspenseful action missions, and unlock the power of a shotgun in a one-handed flare gun in multiplayer.

The Warrior Pack

Strike fear in your enemies with an exclusive dagger and get an early unlock of the tattoo editor in multiplayer.

The Predator Pack

Hunt four ferocious animals with the M-700 Predator Rifle in single-player and silently kill opponents with the unlocked Predator Bow in multiplayer.

Also included

The Survival Guide artbook (pdf file): Discover unique artwork and insider information to help you survive the insanity of the island.

The game soundtrack.

Key Game Features

An Open World First-Person Shooter

Create your own FPS adventure. Customize your weapons, your skills and your approach to each mission, whether you favor intense run-and-gun action, stealthy close-up takedowns or long-range sniping.

An Island Of Danger And Discovery

Explore a diverse island playground, from mountain ranges and swampy grasslands to white sandy beaches. Discover relics, hunt exotic animals, play mini-games and travel quickly by land, sea or air. Fight your way through the island’s towns, temples, river ports and more!

Uncover A Memorable Story And An Insane Cast Of Characters

Encounter an engaging and disturbed cast of characters as you take a gritty journey to the dark side of humanity, written by a Writers Guild Award winner.

Play With Friends In A Full Co-Op Campaign

Play online or split screen and team up in a four-player campaign which challenges you to be your best and work together to prevail. Experience the island through the eyes of a wayward crew in their own quest to survive against the odds.

A Different Breed Of Multiplayer

Innovative multiplayer rewards skill and team play. To level up, players must support each other by boosting with battle cries, reviving teammates and calling in support weapons. After each match, players have the choice to punish or show mercy for their foes in fun and twisted ways, choreographed with interactive cutscenes.

Use The Map Editor To Create And Access New Content

The powerful and easy-to-use Far Cry Map Editor is back, with new and improved features. A community of mapmakers ensures a constant stream of all-new content with the very best being showcased for the whole world to enjoy. Using the included tools, you too can make amazing maps, quickly and easily.

Cutting-Edge Graphics And Gameplay

Far Cry 3 is being developed by the world-class game designers who brought you such critically acclaimed titles as Assassin’s Creed 2, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, and World in Conflict.

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3 Responses to “Far Cry 3 Deluxe Edition [Online Game Code]”

  1. Phillip Mudd says:

    Not a Far cry from perfect Addictive game and great story. It was intensely addicting and great to keep playing all year long. I was never into the series until this game came along and won my heart.

  2. The Librarian says:

    very immersive of course the visual quality and gameplay is top notch. could do without all the fowl rated M stuff though.

  3. Christian R. Unger says:

    Probably the best shooter to come out of 2012 I was not going to buy Far Cry 3, because Far Cry 2 had been a massive disappointment to me: I did not know why I was doing any of the things I was doing. There was just nothing that grabbed me. I only bought it because it was cheap and after playing for about two hours traded it in. Far Cry on the other hand I had really enjoyed. So where does FC3 sit? Well and truly on to.I’m not a big fan of shooters, Call of Duty and Medal of Honour, Battlefield have mostly passed me by. I had some hopes for Resident Evil 6, and enjoyed it, but in the end the quicktime events caught up to me, and I wasn’t going to buy FC3 because of FC2 and the face of the game (Vaas) who I thought initially was the player’s character. Discovering that he is actually the bad guy changed my interest a little, and finding out the plot (you and your friends are kidnapped by Vaas and his men, you and your older brother escape, but he is killed in the process, and now you’re out to free your friends) made the package more appealing, and having recently bought a laptop that could actually handle this game, I figured, Xmas treat.What sets this game appart from the original FC is that it is more RPG focused. You evolve by doing missions, which allows you to learn new skills. You gain the ability to carry more ammo, weapons etc by hunting animals, and at no point do you get abilities that confound reality. There are some that clearly bend believability (like taking less damage from explosions and fire) and of course you can get hit by a few bullets before you die (not that you know where they hit anyway), but on the whole the path it takes is between realism and enjoyability. So, it’s not S.T.A.L.K.E.R. where if you’re unlucky one shot kills you, but you also should not ignore getting hit. Let’s forgive this for the moment, because there is also no permanent death and saving isn’t an option in life.And much like S.T.A.L.K.E.R. it is an open world, but not set in the dreary and depressing Chernobyl, but rather on Rook Island, which probably isn’t all that close to the one in PNG, though the tropical setting and so forth are probably a parallel. Still it reminded me more of what you see of Hawaii in shows like Hawaii Five-O, but I digress. Like Stalker it is a sand box shooter, so not like Doom and the ilk, where you have a corridor with a few paths you might be able to choose, but mostly one corridor is all you get, rather you have a few islands and you can go which ever way you want to. You also need to make your own way between missions and story points, though there is fast travel (as you clear pirate camps), boats, quad bikes, jet ski, cars and trucks, hang gliders and then some all of which you control (and there are some travel sequences where you are in a chopper and man the gun, or in a boat and man the gun, or in a plane and … umm, no gun on that one. But mostly you are in charge. Actually that is something that stood out: even in sequences that are scripted, you still remain involved. It’s not just a movie, rather it’s … an experience. Also, being an open world you can ignore the game for a fair while, by doing side quests, clearing pirate camps and exploring. There are a lot of sites worth visiting and because of the FC typical long draw distances, it is a beautiful place to visit.Game play is great, no real surprises there, you can’t carry huge number of weapons, though you can carry a lot, once you earn it. But what really shines is the characters and the story. Voice acting (especially Sam, an undercover operative in the people smuggling outfit that’s behind a lot of the bad stuff) is superb. Jason is probably the weakest of the characters, but I’d say he is meant to be that. But the part that makes the game great is that it tries to stay grounded. You don’t go against huge monsters, rather the tougher enemies are using harder weapons and are wearing body armor. Yes there are sequences that are bizarre, but these are in the context of drug use. Oh yeah, sound track: not many songs crop up, though MIA is in the intro, and there is a mission where Skrillex starts pumping. Mostly it’s ambient sounds and nothing interferes but when there is music it blends in and fits perfectly.Some reviews in the dedicated media have mentioned that there are choices that could have been made to make the game better, especially with regards to Vaas (being the face of the game). Sure that is true, but this is more an issue of second guessing. The story is great, it drags you along and although there are some cliches, others that appear obvious don’t happen (or happen different to how you expect), keeping the whole thing interesting.So, a lot of things in favor of the game, what’s wrong with it? Quicktime events, there aren’t many, and when they are there they are short, still being on a PC some of them are … convoluted. I touch type, I know where the “Q” key is, but I’m not…

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