Reviews and Problems with Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon
Showing 1-10 of 22
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review – PC
6 August 2013
Excerpt: The title, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is a bit misleading. While the game is certainly using the same core engine and many of the gameplay nuances of Far Cry 3, the similarities stop well short of this being labeled a self-contained expansion pack.
Conclusion: It’s a game that has to be endured to see the best content - one where the satisfaction comes not from the act of playing it, but rather from watching the world and listening to the characters along the way.
Excerpt: By all accounts, Blood Dragon is a game that shouldn’t exist. It’s full of dumb (but entertaining) writing, nonsensical story beats and a campaign that does everything it can to stand out in a crowded market.
Excerpt: Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was initially announced on April Fools’ Day, and the absurdity of the concept led many people to think that it was a joke. As it turns out, it is a joke. That’s not a statement on its quality, but rather on its intent.
Excerpt: You have to give the folks over at Ubisoft credit; they took a great game, gave it a new twist and produced something boldly creative and unique. It wasn’t an easy task, especially when you consider that Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was vulnerable to becoming yet another FPS clone in the crowded first...
Pros: The Ability to Stand Alone, The Blood Dragons Are Awesome, Awesome Retro Feel to the Game
Excerpt: Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon is a gloriously silly game. It’s the kind of game you get when developers have a chance to really let their imagination run free. And while that zaniness could quite easily have gone awry, Blood Dragon remains a smart, violent action game that's wholly worth its $15 / 1200 MS...
Pros: Fantastic retro style and music, It's a decent chunk of game, Genuinely funny dialogue
Excerpt: Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon Available on PC (Reviewed on a Sapphire HD 7970), PS3 & XBox 360 Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon is a homage to the action movies of the 80's that successfully revisits this era of bad movies.