A Far Cry from PCs

Ubisoft sends word that Far Cry, Crytek's recently released first-person shooter, is "to be re-imagined on select next-generation consoles" in a new game called Far Cry Instincts being created "from the ground up" at its Montreal Studio. The game doesn't yet carry a release date nor are the target consoles specified. Word is: "Just as Far Cry redefined the FPS genre on the PC, Far Cry Instincts will introduce wide open environments and unique, immersive gameplay elements that are destined to become the definition of survival action. In addition to the PC version's signature locations, non-scripted A.I., and unprecedented view-distance, Far Cry Instincts will feature brand new gameplay scenarios that will challenge players to use an even broader range of strategies and survival tactics in order to uncover the many secrets within the beautiful-but-deadly islands." In similar news (thanks Frans), Ubisoft also: "announced today that Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® 3: Black ArrowTM for the Xbox video game system from Microsoft will launch in August 2004. Developed by Ubisoft's Montreal studios, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® 3: Black ArrowTM improves upon the most successful Xbox LiveTM game of all time with new single- and multi-player missions, new online modes, split-screen for cooperative gameplay, and a host of new features that maximizes the possibilities of Xbox LiveTM. In fact, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® 3: Black ArrowTM will be the one of the first games to deliver the new Xbox Live 3.0 features to the gaming community."
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So far I love Far Cry, but I haven't finished it, so I'll reserve judgement (although it sounds like I've got some frustration ahead )

Consoles? I gave them up in the days of Sega Genesis and to date see no reason why I should pick up another; but to each his own.


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