Dive into the gritty world of a modern-day guerrilla revolution to liberate a nation from its oppressive dictators. Welcome to Yara, a tropical paradise frozen in time. Far Cry 6 thrusts players into a modern-day guerrilla revolution. As dictator of Yara, Anton Castillo is intent on restoring his nation back to its former glory by any means, with his son, Diego, following in his bloody footsteps. Become a guerrilla fighter and liberate Yara.

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A Far Cry from originality this series is desperately in need of!
If you've played an older Far Cry game then you've pretty much played this game. It's not awful but it's so run of the mill by this stage in the series and it brings really nothing new to the table. This one was honestly kinda hard to get through because I didn't really care for the characters, the story felt generic, the amigos I barely used as they felt kinda useless, and the combat gets repetitive quickly. The frame rate also lags hard on the original Xbox One as these consoles are really showing their age performance-wise with newer titles.
Overall it's one of my least favorite games in the franchise.

It is almost staggering the number of times these guys will just copy and paste the exact same game with basically zero quality of life or significant gameplay improvements.
Like, is taking over the bases and killing guys with a slew of different weapons fun? Sure, for a while. But there is not one original thought in this game.
It's the kind of thing you mindlessly play while you do something else.

Mehhhhhhhhh is all I can say about this one. I would say the worst farcry villain of all time, reptitive gameplay. The voice acting on the female character is great if you play as her. but overall, the game comes out a little disappointing. I love farcry, but the games have grown painfully stale over the years. Introducing some new mechanics could be huge for this franchise

I really like Giancarlo Esposito, but this game i really weird. Not my type.

Más de lo mismo en cuanto a la franquicia de Far Cry, pero me sigo viciando con ellos.

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But you can call me Sus.