字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント It’s Russ here to review Far Cry 3. With tons of guns, and the most freedom you're likely to see in a First Person Shooter, Far Cry 3 is out to make a lasting impression, the story is also very well written. Basically you're a rich overprivileged twenty something, and after some skydiving you're caught by a ruthless murderer named Vaas. The island is populated by two factions, one the group of pirates that caught you, and a band of rebels which takes you in and arms you. . Admittedly some of the tribe and warrior stuff, thats touched on is a bit out there, but the personal tale of revenge and sacrifice is quite strong. The main character Jason has a pretty good story arc. The story is superb, with memorable characters and great voice acting. Vaas is a very interesting, and dynamic character. We don't see enough of that in gaming. Now this is an open world fps, with a huge tropical island to play in. It’s not just storming gates, and shooting people. Although you will do plenty of that, there’s a lot to do in Far Cry 3. From races, to hang gliding, hunting, and gambling, this is the closest you will come to a true sandbox FPS that plays like a good shooter. Speaking of shooting, the controls are very precise, and the guns look and sound great. It may not be the best shooting mechanics, but there pretty impressive all the same. Not to mention the fact that the game has well over forty different guns and weapons to use. There are light RPG elements, you will level up and gain new abilities. Its done well, and with each new skill Jason gets a tattoo. A bit gimmicky but it works. There’s a ton to do, sidequests, hits, towers to take over, compounds to capture. You can also hunt, to make bigger ammo bags, and be able to carry more weapons, and money. Not only does that offer plenty of variety, but each mission each objective 90 percent of the time, can be completed anyway you choose. Stealth, rigging bombs, a full on assault. The amount of depth is staggering. The game world is also very expansive, it’s filled with tons of detail and life. The game is just very impressive, the facial animations are incredibly real, it really brought life to these characters. Textures are clean with no jaggys, however there is a good amount of screen tearing and pop in. Given the epic scope of the game, it’s easy to forgive, and it never got in the way of gameplay. It was just noticeable, but never annoying. Now beyond the excellent single player experience, there’s co op and multiplayer. Co op is pretty fun, however it's far more linear than the main storyline. Still the fact they packed a whole nother story is impressive, it will last you around 8 or 12 hours. We then have the map editor which is robust and fun, not my cup of tea, but very well made. Finally rounding out this incredible game is the multiplayer, however it’s really nothing to write home about. It’s functional and provides some fun. The map editor does help it stand out. But at the end of the day, this game is about the singleplayer experience, Which is very refreshing. The game is not without a few flaws, but it's such an impressive and fun game that you won't notice any of them.