Farcry's South African Connection

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As if we actually needed another reason to pick up Far Cry 2 when it gets released later this year…. However if you were that one person who wasn’t planning on picking it up then this is aimed at you.

It is your patriotic duty to buy a copy of Far Cry 2 because…

Another plus is that all the dialogue was recorded in South Africa, for the most authentic voice acting possible. A journo originally from Rhodesia was at the same presentation, and he was impressed – the accents were dead on. In Far Cry 2, attention to detail has been a top priority.

Yeah it’s a weak link but it’s better than nothing 🙂

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Last Updated: January 23, 2008

Gavin Mannion

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  • Cuthbert

    Ya boet!

  • J4NR1K

    As far as I know, the PC version is mid year and the consoles version next year only 🙁

  • LazySAGamer

    AFAIK it is currently still planned for this year but I will let you know when I get a firm release date

  • scotty777

    wow… awesome! sounds cool (get the pun :D) anyway… I just hope that the rest of the world likes the South African accent:) coz the last thing we want is the rest of the world thinking we gay

  • J

    Foreigners love sa accents!

  • doobiwan

    Heh heh, you just can’t fake an SA accent 😉

    Sounds like simultaneous release across all platforms

  • PillsburyDeeBoy

    A journo originally from “RHODESIA”? What the fuck? Is this colonial 1950s. Unbelievable.

  • PillsburyDeeBoy

    As for the game, I’m not all that excited about it, but maybe the hype will start building at some point…

  • @ PillsburyDeeBoy, they still refer to it as Rhodesia because Zim only got its independence in the 80’s. So its still a old school name. It actually sounds like you take offence to it?

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