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Do you know the definition of insanity? Far Cry 3’s infamous villain Vaas does, and he’ll happily tell you over a scenic chat in the jungles of the Rook islands, who knows, maybe you’ll even go for a little swim afterwards? In a recent AMA on Reddit, the actor for Vaas, Michael Mando, who also plays the famous character Nacho in the Breaking Bad TV show spinoff, Better Call Saul, teased that he might return for the role in the future.
It’s not often I’m impressed by the contents of a season pass, but when said contents are a delicious stew of Vietnam War, Martian arachnids and zombies, I’m probably quite keen to have a slurp. Ubisoft has announced the Far Cry 5 Season Pass, and what’s included is an eclectic bunch of left-field adventures.
Tired of your Far Cry 3 not having enough neon, dinosaurs, synths and robotic arms? Not to fear as Ubisoft are bringing Christmas early. After an elaborate internet cat and mouse game of hide and seek befitting to the comedic 80s fest that Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is, it has now been the title confirmed that Ubisoft will be chucking at us later this month. 
Ubisoft has revealed details on the size of Far Cry 4’s map, claiming that it’s similar in size and scope to that seen in Far Cry 3, with the focus this time instead on delivering a denser and more detailed world.
OSUBoarder has been somewhat of a Game-Debate stalwart for over half a year now. He set out to give us one blog each day and he hasn't failed us yet.
Massive Entertainment, one of Ubisoft's studios, has been revealed to be working on an MMO based on an existing series.
The Far Cry 3 map editor is not a new piece of kit, and has been available for both consoles for a while now.
Many of us are still stunned as to exactly what Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is, where it came from, and why we love it's glowing neon lines.
Now, far be it from me to critisise Journey or The Walking Dead, but they've been somewhat facerolling most of the videogame awards this year.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was thought to be an April Fools joke when it was first teased, but instead has become one of the most unusual games to come from a AAA development team in years.
It's funny how games companies often completely ignore leaks and pretend they aren't happening, hoping everything will blow away after a while.