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Desc:Finally a game that gets FPS'er. get high. play high. let your son learn it by watching you.
Category:Trailers, Video Games
Tags:Trailer, drugs, Far Cry 3, Dr. Earnhardt
Submitted:MightyR0b0ts
Date:03/25/12
Views:1344
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Comment count is 9
jreid
Bro! I'm so fucking wasted bro!
memedumpster
Five for neato moving painting having a douche with black eyeliner come along and remind you it's a shallow ass video game.
Blue
There's not enough video games where you get to trip. We need more of these, tripping is awesome!
Blue
Did I ever tell you the definition of insanity?

It's this! *kick*

Jet Bin Fever
Are you being sarcastic?

Burnov
The visuals are nice, and from Farcry 2 - onward, the story was always reasonably interesting, as were the characters.

The problem is the fact that they insist on slapping a fancy coat of paint on what is essentially gameplay mechanics that are more than a decade old, all things considered.
RocketBlender
Sorry Mighty Robots, that was me that duped you in the hopper. Video search doesn't do me much good if the video hasn't made it to the front page yet, apparently.

Here, take these stars and hopefully we're cool.
Wonko the Sane
Video search doesn't do anybody any good under the best of circumstances.

Jet Bin Fever
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