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- Stone Age By Far Cry: Enter an open world sandbox filled with the unpredictable chaos and peril that the Award-winning Far Cry franchise is known for.
- Rise Above Extinction: Defeat the deadly tribes of Oros with all new weapons and tools in the original fight for humanity’s survival.
- Control Epic Beasts: Tame every predator and choose how you use their specific skills to slay your foes.
- Discover the Deadly World of Oros: Fight to survive amid lush redwood forests, harsh taiga, frozen tundra, and murky swamps.
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Welcome to the Stone Age, a time of extreme danger and limitless adventure, when woolly mammoths and saber-toothed tigers ruled the Earth, and humanity is struggling to climb the food chain. As the last survivor of your hunting group, you will have to conquer the land of Oros and outsmart enemy tribes to become the apex predator.
Welcome to the Stone Age, a time of extreme danger and limitless adventure, when giant mammoths and sabretooth tigers ruled the Earth, and humanity is at the bottom of the food chain. Learn to craft a deadly arsenal, fend off fierce predators, and outsmart enemy tribes to conquer the land of Oros and become the Apex Predator.
The award-winning Far Cry franchise that stormed the tropics and the Himalayas now enters the original fight for humanity’s survival with its innovative open-world sandbox gameplay, bringing together massive beasts, breathtaking environments, and unpredictable savage encounters.
Top Customer Reviews
I loved stealthily taking down enemy camps from a distance with the owl and then dispatching the heavies with my spear. The scenery is beautiful and the audio effects were so good that after a while I could recognize all the animals by sound alone. The stereo sound was so accurate I could usually tell the direction and distance of allies and enemies like I was really there. This also was true for Far Cry 4.
Unfortunately, the game became entirely too repetitious. Despite the unique content and beautiful landscape, I grew bored with the game from just doing the same things over and over. This was unusual because I seem to like repetition more than most gamers. So if I got tired of it, I'm guessing most other folks will too. The side missions were just more of the same. The pre-order extras were additional content but those were just weird.
This game is worth playing, just put it on the bottom of your list until the price drops.
There were things that nagged me, though. The central character, Takkar, is woefully underwritten, muting the emotional payoff after the main plot is completed. Not enough is known about him to care that much. The numerous side quests, while initially satisfying, do get a little too repetitive. The combat is certainly nasty, but suffers from a lack of defense mechanics. No parries or dodge rolls here, expect to eat some hard hits when dancing with a cannibal. I also couldn’t help but feel UbiSoft missed an opportunity to enhance the uniqueness of the experience by failing to add more prehistoric creatures. Sabertooths, mammoths, and the occasional woolly rhino are present, but I would have loved to tame a big terror bird, run from packs of large terminator pigs, and hunt giant sloths. In the end, I enjoyed the game immensely, but I wish it reflected a tad more thought and imagination.
I strongly recommend this for anyone who liked Far Cry 4 given the mechanics are actually the same (and even improved with animal powers and more healing options). You get the same grappling hooks, the same need to take outputs with reward for stealthy attacks, projectile weapons, throwing knives, etc.
The only negative is the default difficulty level is too easy. I think it's adjustable, but I'm happy with it.
Worth the pick up if its cheap.