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    November 20, 2016, 8:16 pm
    As someone who has never played Far Cry games before, the "more of the same" does not apply. I find this game extremely immersive, although I feel like I am playing with Adam Jensen 12000 years ago (same voice actor for the main character), which is not a bad thing at all, I like his voice.

    Music, sounds, visuals, how the animals move, etc. (with the limitations of AI obviously) all contribute to creating a fantastic environment. If you burn an animal while hunting it, it will slide and set fire to the ground it slid onto... not that I like to burn animals alive, but if they come attack me while I am minding my business then I have no choice but to defend myself. But then you realise, wait a minute, that tiger was scared of fire, is this game going to be realistic and let me scare other animals away? And it does, you just point your fiery club towards them.

    You get to tame animals, craft everything you own, build your village - I am guessing these are the elements that players of the previous Far Cry games feel are more of the same. As I said, being the first Far Cry game for me, I find this all very rewarding.

    All in all, it's a beautiful, immersive experience, I highly recommend this game.

    xariann review of
    6.2 Hours Played ‐ 177 products in account
    November 5, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Had a lot of fun with this game. Neolithic stories have been a favorite of mine since I was a kid and this was like playing through a dream come to life. Story is pretty straightforward and the combat is nothing groundbreaking, but the atmosphere and character design are incredible.
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    79.6 Hours Played ‐ 321 products in account
    November 4, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I don't care what anyone says this is the only game in the history of gaming where I can ride a flaming bear into battle and impale my foes with a spear while shouting "VAAS WAS RIGHT!!!" in cave-speak!!!!!

    solid 7/10, it's fun for what it is.
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    5.6 Hours Played ‐ 197 products in account
    September 18, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Fantastic and beautiful. There will be many negative reviews saying "boooring" but remember that this is a game about cavemen, in a proto-language, so complicated politics and in-depth story is just not possible and shouldn't be expected. Given this, Ubisoft made amazing use of personality of NPCs combined with amazing landscapes and animals. This is not a game for CoD-kids, it's for someone who appreciates the beauty of nature and fauna and who has an interest in neanderthalic history. Great NPCs, an emotional yet relatively simple story, and the best animal AI you've yet to experience.
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    knapster2k (View Profile)
    62.2 Hours Played ‐ 167 products in account
    July 24, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Fantastic game. Has enough similar to the old Far Cry games to feel like part of the series, but it's different enough to feel fresh. The graphics are absolutely beautiful, the combat is solid, the arrows hitting flesh is satisfying, and the beast mastering is an interesting twist on a great game. The crafting and upgrading is a pretty neat adition to the series as well.

    There are a couple downsides:

    The repetitive quests. They're similar to Far Cry 3 and 4 in that it's mostly "Kill everyone in this outpost".

    The story is pretty lackluster. I think it's missing that insane main villian like Vaas and Pagan Min. It's not a bad story, it's just not great.

    Overall, I give the game 8/10.
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    40.0 Hours Played ‐ 109 products in account
    April 16, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I admit it: I'm a huge fan of Open World Collectathons.

    While these types of games have now become pretty formulaic, some still try to do something new, and Far Cry: Primal is one of them.

    No sniper rifles, C4, tanks or revolvers. Only your trusty stone axe, the double arrow bow, bee grenades and and an owl that drops LSD on your enemies.

    This is 10,000 BC where you get to ride saber tigers, eat raw meat like there is no tomorrow, have acid trips where you shoot the moon with your bow and your hardest animal enemy is that damn badger once again.

    Lots of different side quests that pop up all the time, some great cave platform puzzles, beautiful graphics and a stone age grappling hook makes this one of my favourite Ubisoft open world games of all time.
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    66.3 Hours Played ‐ 4,441 products in account
    April 15, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I don't understand the mixed reviews. It was different and I wasn't sure I really liked it at first. Then I just kept playing it and found out I really like it. I just beat the main story, and it was another satisfying Far Cry game. To all the haters saying this is just a clone of Far Cry 4 or it's just the same game with spears, I ask you why you bought it if for no other reason than it's a Far Cry game. All the games of the franchise have a lot in common. They are all clones and formulaic in that regard. Personally, I like the formula. I find it entertaining. I bought it. I actually played it. I like it. I recommend it.
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    44.4 Hours Played ‐ 521 products in account
    March 20, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I was really scared away from this game by all the bad reviews and luckily I got it anyway.
    • The game is beautiful first and foremost.
    • I get a steady 50 fps on my less than stellar PC.
    • I've read a lot of reviews that say the map is identical to Far Cry 4. This is simply false. I've seen the meme that outlines their similar structure but this map loooks nothing like the Far Cry 4.
    • Someone had the audacity to claim there is bad character development in this game. I fell in love with the characters in this game. Without speaking a single word of english (which is usually a deal breaker for me but they did a great job with language in this game) the characters are very likeable and fun. There is a lot of humor in the characters interactions as well.
    • People obsess over "recycled" this and that but at the end of the day it's a damn series. Of course there will be carry-over from previous games (that you presumeably liked since you're playing the follow up) but that doesn't mean they didn't spend time on the important things like STORY and characters.
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    MasterFargent (View Profile)
    350.6 Hours Played ‐ 53 products in account
    March 15, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Turn off:
    all auto assists, hud elements,the minimap,

    dont tag enemies, dont use the owl, do not use hunter vision, do not fast travel, dont chase every little icon on the map, try not using the map and navigating like a caveman, put the difficulty up to where you feel its a little too hard to really get you feeling vulnerable.

    It will feel strange at first. But trust me, something wonderfull will happen and might change the way you approach open world games in the future.

    Immerse yourself in this wonderfully crafted universe and you have got yourself a great game. Otherwise you will find yourself staring at your minimap, and fast travelling from icon to icon doing pointless tasks, ticking every little box untill you reach 100% completion.

    Worth it, but wish the developers had the guts to try something different. I am just glad I found a way to make this experience my own.
    Soicnarf review of
    18.6 Hours Played ‐ 27 products in account

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