Far Cry Primal (2016)

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Set during the Stone Age, Far Cry Primal follows Takkar, who rises from an unarmed hunter to the leader of his tribe.


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29 March 2016 | adambill-15969
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| A literal and physical step backwards for the franchise
After playing Primal for a good 8 hours I am speechless, and not in the kind of way where you might be speechless after seeing a newborn baby, speechless as you would be after a terrorist attack, it really is that bad. It made absolutely no sense for the franchise to go back 10,000 years, I mean sure it's an original idea that we haven't seen before but there is a definite reason for that! One of the best parts of previous Far Cry games is the option to fully customise a myriad of different weapons depending on what type of player you were. In Primal there's only so much customising you can do to a Club. Yawn Yawn Yawn. The different characters you meet throughout the game are hard to make a connection with, and the fact they don't speak English is very frustrating, I know the developers wanted to stay authentic to the time period which isn't a bad move I guess, just very frustrating for the player, As I've previously said, I played 8 hours and quickly got bored of the tedious gameplay and flat missions, go here kill this guy take over this camp etc. To summarise there are so many more better games £40 can buy you, don't waste it on this drivel!

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Release Date:

23 February 2016

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USA

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