Do not get me wrong. Let me go on record to say, right away, that I think the last two Far Cry games have mastered their formulas, and as a result, are some of the tightest gaming experiences of the 7th generation. It is an open world where you essentially get to become the 80’s movie action star you always wanted, except minus the shitty puns. And now Far Cry: Primal has been announced, and honestly, I am a little scared. Fighting woolly mammoths looks AWFULLY cool, but let’s think about it for a second. Outside of those, what will we be fighting? We see some humans at the end of the trailer, but the one thing it doesn’t seem to look or feel like is a Far Cry game. Some people may see that as a good thing. I, for one, can foresee some problems with this.
The appeal of building your own gaming PC is that you have complete control over the components that make your experience enjoyable. The GPU and CPU will directly affect the maximum graphics setting you can use. The keyboard and mouse that you select will control the comfort of your arms and hands during game play. The cooling system you incorporate into a computer case will significantly guide your computer’s overall performance.
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Oh, Ubisoft. You make such fantastic games. Why must you always have the cheesiest E3 media event? At least the last few years with Joel McHale hosting had some genuinely funny moments. But this year’s event, hosted by Aaron Priceman, aka Ubisoft’s “Caffiene Man,” was just painful to watch. It should be used in classrooms as a textbook example of “how to get an audience to turn on you.”
At least they showed some great games.