Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Part Two: Totally Radical

I tried to beat the “Insurance Scammer” adventure, but it was too hard. I did take over a new garrison, though.

The problem with “Insurance Scammer” is that you have to wipe out the whole squad… with the pistol. There’s ammo nearby, but it ran out. ;-;

The magazine for the pistol can be upgraded if you find all of the VHS tapes. That VHS format is what we used to watch stuff on. Each in-game tape has a brief description of every very ’80s plot. Continue reading Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Part Two: Totally Radical

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Part One: Jumping the Shark

Winners Don’t Lose”

-Rumble McSkirmish, Gravity Falls episode “Fight Fighters”

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal

Publisher: Ubisoft

Platform: Xbox 360

Released (North America): April 30, 2013

Released (Europe): May 1, 2013

Campaign Played from: October 5, 2016—November 19, 2016

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Remake Ideas

Super Romo Brothers

Introduction

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening was recently announced to be getting a remake. The classic game will get updated graphics and hopefully some tweaks to improve and modernize the original while still preserving what made the original great.

This got me thinking of other games that could use a remake. Seems like a lot of games that get remakes are popular games that just get a graphical update. I tried to focus on games that did interesting and unique things but had their flaws; opportunities to improve the gameplay as well. Though, with one of these choices I wouldn’t mind a purely aesthetic upgrade.

I also realize that it’s very likely none of these will get a remake. This is purely a dreaming, what-if post.

Legend of Mana (PS1, 1999)

LegendOfManaBox

In my last two posts on this game (2013 and 2017) I’ve talked about how this…

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