Authors have always tackled with the idea of insanity. Whether Lewis Carroll or Joseph Conrad, insanity has always been present in literature. Far Cry 3 is the first game to truly attack this idea and succeed. Throughout the amazingly open single player campaign you will guide Jason (typical bro) from lost vacationer to a man who takes pleasure in murdering pirates. The single player gameplay feels organic and lets you choose how Jason will tackle every mission. Will you go flying into an enemy compound on a hang glider or will you go craft better tools to kill? It’s worth noting that the multiplayer is lacking. Attempts at inventive new ways to battle online come up short and the maps seem like little attention was paid to their creation. If you are looking for the most engrossing single player game since Skyrim, look no further.