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Far Cry Instincts Predator - Xbox 360

by Ubisoft
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
50 customer reviews
Metascore: 78 / 100
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  • The ultimate predator evolves - Become stronger, faster and more powerful than ever with new, enhanced feral abilities
  • Destroy enemies with poisonous darts, Molotov cocktails and explosive pipe bombs
  • Take control of powerful new vehicles like pirate sampan boats, armored technical pickup-trucks and heavy transport trucks
  • Create custom maps to play and share on Xbox Live - backwards compatible with the original Far Cry - Instincts
  • Updated and more customizable multiplayer - Includes the new Seek and Secure mode, as well as classic multiplayer modes like Chaos, Team Chaos, Steal the Sample and Predator
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Far Cry: Instincts - Evolution lets you become Jack Carver again. In this follow-up to the critically acclaimed first title, Jack Carver thinks he's found paradise. When a gorgeous woman draws him in on a dangerous heist, their sun drenched days take a chilling turn. Hunted for a murder he didn't commit, Jack must draw on his most savage instincts to make his predators his prey.

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  • ASIN: B000CQNWH0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 28, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,961 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 23, 2006
Format: Video Game
Far Cry Instincts Predator is the XBox 360 update of two games - Far Cry Instincts and Far Cry Instincts Evolution. Neither of those XBox games will play on the 360, so it's well worth getting this new version!

You are Jack Carver, a marine who was a quiet boat captain, but ended up under attack on a remote tropical island. You're luckily very good with knives, guns and anything else you get your hands on. You're in this alone, so there's a lot of sneaking around, taking out enemies and lurking in the shadows.

On the Predator version you have to play through the first game (Far Cry Instincts) before you unlock the sequel (Far Cry Instincts Evolution) which makes sense to me, although it could prove frustrating for people who have already played Instincts and want to get right to Part 2.

The graphics are really nice on the 360 - they've definitely been updated from the original XBox version. Still, they aren't quite as stellar as some other XBox 360 releases. I suppose it's always hard porting a game up, to use the same code but make it look "nicer" without spending years doing it. Still, it looks more like XBox + instead of XBox 360. Still, it's nice to see the grasses swaying in the wind and the dappled shadows playing across the sand.

The sound is rather well done. You get the chirping of jungle birds, the hollow footsteps on planks, the crackle of radio transmission. There isn't a pounding rock soundtrack, which I really appreciate. If I'm a covert soldier creeping through vegetation, I want to be listening as hard as I can for odd noises - not having to screen out the fake music.

The game does give you objectives as you go along, but how you achieve those objectives is pretty much up to you.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ryan J on September 13, 2006
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Far Cry Instincts Predator is a repackaging of the Xbox game Far Cry Instincts and its stand alone expansion Far Cry Instincts: Evolution. There are some minor differences between the two, such as improved graphics, but this is more or less the same game that came out months earlier on the original Xbox. It is important to make that clear right away so there is no confusion over what exactly you are getting.

For the main campaign, Far Cry Instincts Predator puts you into the shoes of Jack Carver, a retired Navy commando who now pays the bills by taking tourists out on his boat. After being hired by a woman to take her to a mysterious tropical island, Jack finds himself on the receiving end of a helicopter gunship. With his boat destroyed, Jack must find a way to rescue the woman and get off of the island. Of course that sounds a lot easier then it actually is. You will discover that there are some odd things going on deep inside the jungle, something that an army of mercenaries don't want you to discover.

The game's setting is probably the most important part of the game. The entire main campaign takes place on one huge lush tropical island. This setting opens the game up to some interesting gameplay. For most of the game you must rely on Guerrilla warfare since you are almost always outgunned. Hiding in the jungle and sneaking around is a big part of the game. It is possible to sneak up on enemies and perform stealth kills by stabbing them in the back. You can also set branch traps on trees, and then throw rocks to lure unsuspecting enemies to their death. There isn't much that is more satisfying then taking out whole groups of enemies without any of them ever seeing you.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Apocalypse on March 3, 2011
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This is an older 360 game & I have to admit, a bit dated now. It was a combo of two original Xbox FC games, based off the PC version. Graphically & game play wise it was very solid & is still satisfactory today. I've been a huge fan of this series since I played the original on the PC, I was hooked & when I saw that they had a console version; "I jump in it." This is one of my favorite games OF ALL TIME, AND my FAVORITE FPS.

Solo, you get TWO campaigns which are both very fun. You of course get a multiplayer which is even more fun AND the providence that is the map editor. Unlimited replay value! I myself have about 25 original creations & 5 remakes from other games. Stretch your creative legs for hours & hours. Make ridiculous glitch & obstacle coarse maps or get down & dig in & make a series fps map. Play test them with your friends and just LOOK AT THAT WATER! I haven't seen better computer generated water yet! Haha.

Fans of the series that may have missed it, newcomers, fps fans & map creationists; PLAY THIS GAME. It's not Call Of Duty, it's not Halo and it is about 5 years old now, but it still hold its own. I love the fps genre & the heavy hitters above, but Far Cry Instincts Predator has a special place in my gaming heart! Don't miss out, you have ONE MINUTE REMAINING!
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tim Byrd on December 12, 2007
Format: Video Game
There is much to like about this game, but it's all smashed to giblets by the things it does wrong.

The good things include a fun storyline, attractive (if sub par for next-gen) graphics, and cool animalistic powers.

Now, the bad.

I got my X360 about a year ago. This game was the first I bought. I have yet to finish it, because each time I've tried to play through, I've been utterly frustrated in short order and inspired to pick up something else.

Since I began Far Cry, I have completed Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3 (all several times, on normal and hard difficulties), Dark Watch, Gun, BioShock, Red Dead Revolver, Viva Pinata, Overlord, God of War, God of War 2, The Simpsons Game, Crackdown, Prey, Dead or Alive 2, 3, and 4, Guild Wars, Half Life 2 (my second time, on hard), Conan, Kameo, James Bond Nightfire, Tomb Raider Legend, and a fair amount of World of Warcraft.

My latest attempt at Far Cry just ended, and is likely my last.

I'm playing at normal difficulty (Hunter), but the game is too hard for several reasons:

First, there is no quick save feature and the game relies on automatic save points. That in itself isn't bad (the Halos use auto-saves to good effect, for example), but in Far Cry the saves are too far apart, and there's no way of predicting where the next one will be. So if you play a while, but need to stop soon, odds are you'll need to quit before hitting the next save, and may well lose all you've accomplished in that session. Also, all too frequently, I've spent a good deal of time getting through a treacherous area, only to have a moment of bad luck which kills me and puts me right back where I started, at the last save. I've lost up to a couple hours progress to this nonsense at times.
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