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Topic: A Far Cry From Montana - Far Cry 6 Review
Steve Farrelly
AusGamers Editor
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Location: Sydney, New South Wales

If you're looking for a game that serves you up a heady amount of content to really bite into, Far Cry 6 is it. But is it the best game this year? We've taken it through its review paces to answer this question and more as true revolutionaries.

Here's a snippet from our review:
It’s full of secrets and things to do that, while a bit checklist-y here and there, are all varied and interesting. There’s less “rinse, repeat” in Far Cry 6 and the various tools you have at your disposal feel genuine and useful. It can be pretty annoying when you’re caught out on foot because of the sheer size of the game, but it’s been designed in such a way that a new mode of transport is never far away, nor are the options to steal and add to your livery -- be it quads, cars, trucks, planes, choppers or horses.

Structurally, in the vanilla experience I mentioned earlier, you’ve played this before if you’re at all familiar with this franchise. And like so many other Far Cry outings, the game’s knife’s edge approach to gritty and grounded storytelling is consistently out performed by its over-the-top ridiculousness. There’s a sense, sometimes, that this is deliberate. But there’s a larger issue with going all in on the dread of a big-bad like Castillo and the oppression he creates, where revolution no longer feels like a justifiable cause, nor a sharp enough hook.
Click here for our Far Cry 6 review.

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It's so bland. They really needed a revolution and they have just stripped it back. Such a shame.
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