Stuck somewhere between the late 1980s and early 1990s, FC3: BD goes places that few others are willing. Neon lights, over-the-top voice acting, and 8 bit animated sex scenes are all on the map. In my Cheski Plays for FC3: BD, I had to edit out a lot of laughter, most of it juvenile. The writers must have had a blast coming up with the one liners.
Building on the success off Far Cry 3, FC3: BD released at a DLC price point, yet provides 4-10 hours of game play. Mechanics are solid as they carry over from the parent title. Graphics and audio are great as well.
Not taking yourself too seriously has been a recipe for success for a number of titles. Saints Row: The Third is a good example. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is another.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is Cheski recommended.