Far Cry is the future of gaming. There are no more consoles, there are no more CD-ROMs, there are no more games that you have to be forced to put together using a licensed format (meaning the ones you really like), and there are no more Internet connection issues. The Internet is the main driving force behind Far Cry, because it allows players from all over the world to play the same game at the same time, at high resolutions and with high quality audio and video. However, Far Cry is different than other games. Far Cry is the game you play on Windows, and that's not a problem since Windows is one of the most widely used operating systems in the world.
Far Cry is actually a game developed by a large animation company, named Ubisoft. This company has created a new game world called Lost Islands. The story of the game is that there are some islands floating around the ocean, and these islands have been populated by hostile tribes. You as the gamer must fight your way through and kill every last enemy, collect weapons and use the objects found around to storm the island and take back the lost tribes. The fighting is very intense and the graphics are quite impressive for a PC game. The only drawback to Far Cry is that it runs very slow on a PC, especially if you are using a low quality graphics setting.
One of the greatest strengths of Far Cry is that it allows the player to enter an island free of any type of time constraints. During the game you can choose when you want to go on an island and what time you want to do so. For example, during the day you can hike through the woods and through the jungle, but at night you can choose to swim through the warm waters of the ocean. This gives you almost unlimited freedom as far as playing goes. As you can imagine, this type of freedom and control is the hallmark of a great Far Cry game.