|QUOTE (Zancudo @ Monday, Jul 15 2013, 14:34)|
| How do they do it? How do they make so many games in such a short amount of time? |
I wonder the same thing. Just how big is Ubisoft Montreal?
Anyways, I'm really looking forwards to Far Cry 4. I wonder what direction the next game is going to head. As just about anybody that has done the slightest amount of research knows, each Far Cry title has a very different setting and plot. It's a series without much of a definition aside from it being a "far cry from home". If you were to compare each Far Cry title with each other (including Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon), you'd notice how random and inconsistent they are to each other. It's an always changing franchise, and it does that quite well.
@Don Garcia: As a concept, Far Cry 2 is amazing. Hell, it's probably even better than Far Cry 3 (in terms of gameplay). However, it was executed quite poorly. It has horrible input lag, bullet sponge enemies, enemies that are psychic (stealth is impossible in that game), and respawning checkpoints. Those things severely hurt the game for me. Otherwise, if those were fixed, the game would kick ass. I also believe that Far Cry 2 has a better map editor than Far Cry 3. I hate how you no longer can set weapon emplacements in your created maps (despite them being on a few official Ubisoft maps), and vehicles can't be used in multiplayer.