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Ubisoft talks about 80s nostalgia with Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon

Patrick Budmar | April 19, 2013
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon is the most refreshing and oddball game to come out in recent memory.

DE: We sometimes used pens but mainly a BBC Acorn computer using word processing software.

What can you tell us of the scope of the game?

DE: The game has about eight hours of content and infinite open world filled with cyber murder.

Can you tell us more about the group behind the soundtrack?

DE: It's Power Glove from Melbourne. These guys are the bomb and they deserve huge success. This is their first videogame project and they have delivered beyond all expectations. Available soon, by the way, so keep an eye on our channels.

And what's the take away you want players to have when they finish the game?

DE: "That was stupid, terrible, amazing fun. I want more."

Why making it a standalone downloadable experience instead of DLC?

DE: We wanted to experiment with different forms of expansion and a standalone was our choice for this project.

What platforms will the game release on?

DE: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Turbo MegaSystem.

Have you planned any of the leaks on purpose?

DE: The creative director has a Welsh lineage and the national vegetable is?


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