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One of the things that I have never understood are the folks who like to flip to the last page in a book and see how it ends before they read the book. I've also never understood people that want to beat a game as fast as possible. If you are a gaming fan and plan to pick up the game Far Cry 5 when it launches next week, there is a way to beat the game before it even gets started. This secret ending is super easy to enable as well; you simply have to “not” do something. That something you don’t do is place the handcuffs on the main baddy of the game, Jacob Seed. In the first scenes of the game, you are part of a group of U.S. Marshals walking into Seed's church to arrest... Read more...
Some games push the envelope with cutting edge graphics, while others seek to immerse players with an engaging story line full of plot twists and turns. Yet others introduce innovative control schemes and gameplay mechanics. And then there is Far Cry 5, a game that mixes redneck stereotypes with the already weird world of politics for what some will consider a delightfully bizzarre change of pace in standard first person shooter fare. By that we mean you will have the opportunity, among other things, to collect the private parts from bulls for the local Testical Festival, an annual tradition in the fictitious town of Falls End. Shall we go on? Probably not, but we will anyway. Far Cry 5 is the... Read more...
Ubisoft is giving up some details on Far Cry 5 season pass DLC, and it sounds like it will be very different from what the core game delivers. The core game has players in Hope County, Montana combating The Project at Eden's Gate, as the cult prepares for the end of the world. We caught our first glimpse of the core game last May, however, players have some other cool expanded content to look forward to involving the living dead zombie hordes, a mission to Mars and a retrotastic return to Vietnam. The season pass content will take players through three very different destinations including Vietnam with a campaign called Hours of Darkness as the first DLC. The second season... Read more...
Ubisoft is getting ready to release Far Cry 5 in just a couple of months, and as that day draws the near, the developers decided to share some additional information about the PC version, including what minimum specs you will need to run the game and what is recommended to maintain 60 frames per second. Also of interest is what kind of meaty hardware you will need in order to render the game at 4K, whether it's 60 fps or 30 fps. Before we get to the minimum and recommended specs, let's talk a little about the game and the focus on PC. Ubisoft is not treating PC players as second-class citizens to their console brethren. To help players get the best experience possible on PC, there is a built-in... Read more...
  After a few teasers and well-sourced leaks regarding Far Cry 5, this morning we’re being introduced to the first official [full] trailer for the game. We already knew that the game would be set in Montana, and the focus group leak gave us more information about the religious undertones of the game. However, the new trailer brings all of those pieces together into a backwoods, pickup truck drivin’, twangy music playin', hound dog howlin’, shotgun-filled glimpse into small town America.  Ubisoft describes the game, writing:Welcome to Hope County, Montana. When your arrival incites the cult to violently seize control of the region, you must rise up and spark the fires of resistance to... Read more...
  We have the feeling that Far Cry 5 is going to be quite the controversial game when it’s released later this year. We got our first taste of murder, religious undertones and maniacal screams earlier this week, and now Ubisoft has revealed the first artwork for the game. Let’s just say that it’s more than a bit provocative. First and foremost, the image invokes Jesus’ “Last Supper” with his disciples, with Jesus being replaced by a religious cult leader (if the previous leak turns out to be right). This character, which has been likened to a facsimile of Tom Cruise’s ardent attachment to Scientology, is surrounded by a number of bearded men, a single female and a lone wolf. Besides the... Read more...
  Far Cry 5 is coming, and the hype train rolls out today with the reveal of the very first teaser trailer for the game. If the Himalayan atmosphere of Far Cry 4 was a bit too “out there” for you, maybe you will be more at home with the setting of Far Cry 5: present-day Montana. Montana might seem like a rather strange place for a modern, first-person shooter, but you can’t argue with the picturesque landscapes presented in the trailer below. We don’t have much to go on from the actual trailer other than the blood curdling scream of a man at the start, a shot of a person running through a field of high grass and the troubling sight of a man ringing a bell with the head of another (unconscious... Read more...