You're asking too much of me, fragoff . I've never cared much about the aspect of contemporariness (Is that a word?) of entertainment media. Although I do concede that there's some value to be found in considering it, I simply prefer to take my video games at face value.fragoff wrote:Farcry 2 is like the first crysis. To understand the greatness of those games, you have to mentaly try to put yourself back in the time they were made. If you do, you understand how ahead of their time they were.
Far Cry 2 may have pioneered the open world concept, but if I simply couldn't warm up to the way it was implemented, I'm allowed to dislike the game for it, no? Again, I don't mean to poop on anyone's party. If you enjoyed it, that's great .