The embargo concerning Far Cry 4 was lifted yesterday and that's exactly when we got our copy of the game. Needless to say we haven't been able to play much since then, so we can't really tell you if it's worth it or not. So far, it's quite similar to the previous episode but it looks undeniably better, even when comparing the PC version of Far Cry 3 to the PS4 version of the fourth installment in the franchise. After Assassin's Creed Unity, you'll be glad to hear that the game's performance is very solid, with a steady 30 fps in almost all circumstances. If these videos aren't enough, you should know that we'll be live tomorrow at 10:00 p.m. GMT+1 with Davton who will join us for some co-op action. Update: 4 videos added.
lukeward destination visually and there isn't much sandbox to the level the tanker level had. still great, freakin 60fps and probably some of the best visuals, effects in any game to that date. (1 Hour ago)
the problem i had with mgs2 was that the tabker level was in itself a freaking great sandbox demo and one would imagen where on manhattan the full fledge game would take us. then the big shell is a (1 Hour ago)
@Megido: errr... no. it has long cutscenes, yes, but there is a lot of meat to the game compared to say, MGS:TEA where you beat the game in less than 10 hours and there still is a lot of cutscenes. (1 Hour ago)
@aphex187: BF4 won't leave my SSD 'til BF5 is out. So maybe never.. DICE should let trigger lead BF5 (1 Hour ago)
Really digging the new event in Overwatch. Is it a continuing story? I thought I heard the event will move along a narrative on each end date or something. Might be wishful thinking... (1 Hour ago)
The problem with MGS2 is that like 80% of the game is story, and the story sucks. When you get to play, MGS2 is good. (2 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: very interesting vid. Had no idea MGS2 had so much detail. Crazy what the PS2 and Kojima could pull off. (2 Hours ago)