Far cry 4 - édition kyrat collector
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- Cette édition contient:
- L'édition limitée du jeu Far Cry 4
- Une figurine
- Un carnet de voyage
- Une carte de Kyrat
- Un poster de propagande
- Un coffret collector
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Plate-forme: PC | Edition: édition collector | Format: Disc
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LA SUITE DU MEILLEUR SHOOTER DE 2012*
Reprenant l’ADN de son prédécesseur, Far Cry 4 propose l’expérience de jeu la plus vaste et immersive de la série ! En solo ou en coopération à deux, Far Cry 4 vous plonge dans un nouveau monde ouvert immense où votre moralité et votre courage seront mis à rude épreuve.
Caché dans l'Himalaya se trouve Kyrat, une région déchirée entre tradition et violence. Vous incarnez Ajay Ghale, en route vers Kyrat pour honorer les dernières volontés de sa mère. Dès votre arrivée, vous êtes plongé au cœur d’une guerre civile visant à renverser le régime oppressif du dictateur auto-proclamé Pagan Min.
Découvrez et explorez un monde ouvert dangereux et imprévisible, où tout peut arriver. Chaque décision compte, et chaque seconde est une histoire, votre histoire. Bienvenue à Kyrat.
EXPLOREZ UN MONDE OUVERT RICHE ET IMPREVISIBLE
Découvrez le monde ouvert le plus riche de la série Far Cry. Des vastes plaines aux sommets enneigés de l’Himalaya en passant par les forêts verdoyantes, évoluez dans un univers aussi vivant que mortel.
- Léopards, rhinocéros, aigles noirs ou blaireaux vicieux… Kyrat abrite une faune sauvage abondante et dangereuse. Chassez pour survivre mais attention à ne pas devenir la proie.
- Par les airs en vous jetant en wingsuit du nouveau gyrocoptère, ou sur le dos d’un puissant éléphant de 6 tonnes, tous les moyens sont bons pour infiltrer les lignes ennemies.
- Choisissez bien vos armes pour chaque mission, surtout pour les plus insensées... Un arsenal varié et explosif vous attend !
CO-OP : UNE TOUTE NOUVELLE EXPÉRIENCE
Explorez le monde ouvert et vivant de Kyrat à deux. Invitez un deuxième joueur directement dans votre partie, pour une expérience en coopération nouvelle génération dans l’esprit Far Cry.
L’ARÈNE : DE QUOI ÊTES-VOUS VRAIMENT CAPABLE ?
Devenez un véritable guerrier en vous battant pour la survie et la gloire dans l’arène. Gagnez le respect d’une foule déchainée en affrontant hommes et animaux sauvages… Il ne doit en rester qu’un !
MULTIJOUEUR : CHOISISSEZ VOTRE CAMP
Vivez les batailles ancestrales de Kyrat dans un tout nouveau mode multijoueur compétitif. Incarnez un soldat lourdement armé des rebelles du Golden Path, ou un guerrier de l’ancienne tribu Kalinag maîtrisant le pouvoir mortel de la nature.
ÉDITEUR DE CARTES : CRÉATEUR DE PIÈGES MORTELS
Créez et partagez vos propres terrains de jeu en utilisant l’éditeur de cartes le plus puissant et intuitif de la franchise Far Cry. Concevez des cartes ultimes à l’aide d’outils repensés, d’une interface améliorée et publiez-les pour les mettre à disposition des autres joueurs.
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La qualité des contenus est un peu limite (même la boîte n'est pas très solide) mis à part la figurine qui est la pièce maîtresse et sans doute la seule qui vaille vraiment le coup.
Au vu prix on ne va pas trop se plaindre, c'est quasi le prix d'un jeu normal.
Fonctionne parfaitement sur mon PC (Windows 8.1, Intel I5 à 3,2 GHz et 8Go de RAM)
Quant au jeu lui-même, c'est du Farcry sans révolution, ni gros intérêt (bien mais sans plus) j'en ai fait le tour en 1 mois et je n'y joue déjà plus. Pas une franche réussite d'Ubisof, on verra au 5.
Reste néanmoins une bonne idée cadeau.
Concernant le collector il me convient j'adore la carte et le petit carnet, dommage que la statue soit en plastic un peu cheap mais d'une bonne définition il faut dire.
RAS le collector fait son affaire pour le prix.
assez déçu .
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Following the great success of Far Cry 3, Ubisoft decided to follow on the formula which made it so great, but managing to improve quite a lot to the predecessor. In Far Cry 4, you take the role of Ajay Ghale, who while on a mission to spread the ashes of his mother Ishwari at the temple of Lakshmana in Kyrat, is captured by the game’s antagonist, Pagan Min, who instead of torturing is captured by the game’s antagonist, Pagan Min, who instead of torturing you, like any other kidnapper would do, treats you to a meal and ensures that you are well-kept while in his palace. Unless one decides to sit there wait for Min to return from a call, which unlocks a secret ending, you escape from the palace and are taken to a little village where Ajay learns that his father was the leader of a group of fighters, The Golden Path, aiming to kill Min and save the region from his dictatorial reign. Unlike a lot of other games which do not push a lot the game’s story, Far Cry 4 is loaded with signs of how oppressive the regime of Pagan Min is; collectibles such as propaganda posters, writing on walls, even the presence of enemy soldiers patrolling streets and who open fire as soon as you enter their field of vision enhance the feeling of living under a totalitarian who only cares about his own good.
Far Cry 4 is a gorgeous game, and while for the first hour or so I had the impression that this was a clone of the previous game in the series, the feeling quickly disappeared upon a couple of hours more. Both games may share having a villain who the game focuses on, and a similar start to the story, but the evolution of the story shows how both games are different not only in the story but also gameplay. Speaking of similarities, Far Cry 4 retains the excellent crafting system of its predecessor, while increasing items that can be crafted while diminishing the variety of skins needed for crafting; unlike Far Cry 3, here you only need a number of skins from one animal to upgrade the item, be it a quiver, a wallet or any other object. Far Cry 4 also keeps the skill tree’s format similar, while splitting only into two sections instead of the three of the previous iteration. Having two trees is better though since one contains offensive skills and the other focuses on defensive abilities, so one can decide on what play style to adopt based on the skills taken. Going a balanced route is suitable for a lot of people, and since there are a lot of sources from where to gather XP, levelling abilities will not prove to be a big problem. Skills are upgraded through skill points, obtained upon filling the XP meter. Some abilities require more than one skill point, asking for 3 or even 4 points for one skill, while other abilities may demand the completion of a story or a number of side missions to be unlocked and then levelled through skill points.
In fact there is a ton of things to do in Far Cry 4. Apart from the normal story missions, there are also little quests called Karma Missions, which pop up very frequently and randomly while you are exploring Kyrat, crafting or doing side quests. These vary from defending Golden Path members from wild beasts to saving hostages or killing Royal Army soldiers. These fill the Karma Meter, which upon levelling up yields different bonuses, be it unlocking upgrades for Guns for Hire, which are basically tokens to call mercenaries from the Golden Path to aid you, or even discounts on weapons or ammo from trade booths or vendors. Like Far Cry 3, there are outposts and radio towers which one can conquer, outposts unlocking new weapons as well as giving you new side quests, and towers which slowly reveal the map. The map may at first appear small since there is fog around the locked areas, but zooming out will reveal how large the whole region is. It is a bit of a shame that some areas, mostly Northern Kyrat, are locked before a certain number of missions are completed, and while understandable for the course of the story, a lot of exploration is hindered by this blockage, such as more towers or outposts.
As far as gameplay is concerned, this is a traditional first person shooter, which also comprises a little strategy, particularly tagging all enemies with the camera and taking them down one by one. Another component of what makes Far Cry 4 great, and its predecessor too for that matter, is its emphasis on stealth. There are a series of unlockable skills which deal with takedowns, for example killing someone with a stealth kill gives you the ability of taking your victim’s knife and sniping another enemy close by. In fact there are stealth bonuses for conquering outposts without enemies noticing you, which makes being silent all the more rewarding, apart from being fun by itself. Another aspect of the gameplay is driving. There are a variety of cars, ranging from slow and durable to fast but not so resistant, so one can choose what style to take even while driving from one location to the other. Fast travel exists as well to minimize delay from one mission to another, but to be honest taking the long route and driving is always my preferred option. Why may you ask?
The reason is simple: Rabi Ray Rana. Rabi Ray is the deejay of Radio Free Kyrat, the only frequency your car radio seems to pick up while exploring the initial region of Kyrat. This is because upon venturing north, the radio will change to more dictatorial music and messages from the Ministry of Public Affairs, warning you to abide by the laws of Pagan Min. Rabi Ray alternates between music and discussion with mostly himself, but it is this discussion which is really the main attraction of the radio show. The topics, which increase the further you progress in the story, are insane, and his interpretation of the facts is funny as hell and will make you rethink all the occasions where you have to get out of the car, since leaving the car will change entirely where the radio left off, even for just a second.
As for new mechanics of the game, the story features choices in the Balance of Power missions, having to choose which mission to follow, either the one offered by Sabal, one of the top men in the Golden Path, or Amita, the only woman in the clan but which has strong ideas of her own. Amita and Sabal disagree a lot and it is up to you to choose which mission to play, therefore giving up the other. It makes for a different yet interesting take on Far Cry 4. Another big addition to Far Cry 4 is Shangri-La, this mystical landscape of red beauty, where you have a tiger at your command to aid you in killing the demons patrolling the place, and sounding a huge bell at the end of each level. Shangri-La levels are interesting in the sense that you feel literally in another place and another game, which is what probably was the scope in these little missions. As for changes in the outside world, elephants steal the scene. As massive as they are you cannot possibly miss them, but their contribution to the game is also a great one; unlocking the skill to ride them comes pretty early into the game, and lets you create havoc by spamming the run button. It is extremely fun sending people flying too so elephants themselves are already a good reason to get the game alone.
Far Cry 4 is a great game, one which builds on the foundations of a top-notch predecessor but at the same time gets the story right and also gives a feel to the character not experienced in other games of the series before. Kyrat definitely is the place to be if you haven’t already started your adventure, and if you have I definitely recommend a second dose of it since it is so hard to get enough of.
The actual edition it's self comes in an oversized box housing your less than excellent Pagan Min statue, a little fake leather bound diary/notebook and a replica of an in game propaganda poster, which is cool. Clearly if you liked Ubisofts previous effort there is alot to like here, if not love, I don't understand certain people who criticize the game for "being the same" as the other one, to me that's a positive thing, I loved exploring Kyrat nearly as much as Rook Island, I liked the introduction of the grappling hook, mini helicoptor and riding elephants, I love discovering a new location for the first time, I never get bored of it, whether it be Fallout 3,4, New Vegas, The Witcher 3, Red Dead Redemption, for me it never get's old.
The graphics were and still are good and as long as they keep making them I'll keep buying them.
Graphics are looking amazing, way better than fc3. Campaign is intense so far played first few missions (didnt had much time to play). Multiplayer there were some problems with servers.they working on it to solve it. There is also coop witch allow u to play campaing missions with your friend. Map creater is still there as it was on fc3.
So box contains all items as described on the website (season pass not included).
I had no problems so far with this game at all, no graphical bugs, no frame rate drops, no frezeing, no crashing all works good. Only little thing that was a pain was the patch witch was like 3gb to download.
Little hint: if you have overclocked your graphics card and game wont start for some reason or it minimizes it self or u get black screen try to use your default settings of your card as it might be not stable enough.
My specs here if u wonder what FPS u can get on your own system (im getting around 35-50 frames per second on very very higghest settings possible, with v-sync off and triple buffering off getting 45-75fps:
Windows 7 professional 64bit
Intel i5 3570k 3.4ghz no overclock
8gb ram 1600mhz
Gigabyte z77x-ud3h (motherboard)
Msi gtx 970 4gb no overclock
Samsung ssd 500gb (super fast game and map load)
If u have more questions, ask it and i try answer it
This got me through a gruelling Christmas Holiday at my mother -in-law's place. Glued to the game until way past my wife's curfew on me of 3:00 am.
Intuitive controls, interesting story line, magnificent graphics, a good selection of weapons (I recommend the Bow), plenty of explosion, a wildlife that all want you deal, very decent selection of vehicles and some mild nudity.
Far Cry 4 hit the home run for me, now I have to go out and sell my hair for me to afford the Season Pass.
The figurine looks great! The quality of it is excellent and I loved the secret drawer at the back with the surprise quote in it. The Poster and Map are nice, will probably be hanging them on the wall sometime soon, and I absolutely loved the quality of the journal. Would've loved a Soundtrack CD along with these goods but I'm very happy with all of the stuff that came with the game.
The game itself so far is amazing, I keep getting side tracked from the main story to do side quests and hunt animals for upgrades. Still not far in the game yet. Visuals are amazing, the environment, the animals the mountains and everything else looks beautiful in this game. I haven't tried the online/coop yet. I will be looking forward to those.
If you played and enjoyed Far Cry 3, you'll probably like this one too.
Now since I pre-ordered this, I believe amazon had a bonus content code for it that was supposed to be e-mailed the day the package was dispatched. I don't think i received this yet.
One thing to note that might help new players- I didn't realize at first there was touchpad support, and thought there was something wrong with my controller. The touchpad in the game can be used to switch your weapons, but the lightest touch activates it - to the point its detrimental during combat if you accidentally switch your weapons. You can turn this off in the menu!
The Kyrat Edition was definitely a good buy. For only £6 more than the normal edition you get a huge box of goodies, the statue is plastic but wonderfully detailed, and has a heavy feel to it (heavy = quality right?!) and the secret drawer at the back is a great touch. The poster is the same propaganda you will be destroying during the game, however this one looks much better on your wall! The best part of this collectors edition is definitely the leather bound journal. It reminds me of the one much used by Nathan Drake in Uncharted.
5 stars for a top quality game, and a great collectors edition that doesn't break the bank.
Great box for a guy that loves his collector editions. I believe the box folds out into a back ground. Although I haven't tried.
Only knocking one star off since Amazon disptached the on release rather than a day and Royal Mail couldn't deliver it on time.
They really should change to dispatching the game at least one day before release.
The game came with some nice extras and the statue is a sturdy detailed item that looks great as a centre piece. It is plastic however still maintains an excellent Finish.
It would have been nice to have a steel book case for the game, however I think the extra large that came with it are great.
A great gift for yourself or any Far Cry Fan!
The game is very large open world many different weapons to use good story but the side quests get very boring doing the same thing over and over
This Kryat edition is excellent value- Collectors item of Pagen Min which is very detailed and sturdy. Map of Fc4, Pagen Min propaganda poster and a note book/dairy. One thing I have to point out is that the box that it comes in is massive. So be prepared for a big box lol.