After you watch the above video, you'll know why this is a Bad Thing™ that I haven't yet.
So I'll give you some time to do that.
It's a bad thing because BLOOD DRAGON is every shade of fucking awesome.
I need only remind of my love for absurdity and I think it all becomes crystal clear since Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is quite possibly one of the most absurd things to happen to video games in a long time and that is a very good thing. I mean, if someone does a Live-Action trailer for the game where the main character gets into a cyber katana duel with a robot while a shockwave from a nuclear explosion barrels towards them, you have to give it up for that shit. Because that's not the craziest bit about the game by a long shot and it's still so fucking awesome that I cannot emphasize the point enough and I think you realize that by now.
If you don't know what Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is beyond the sparse ramblings of "it's fucking awesome" that I've put forth, it's....well, rather unique to explain. Basically Dinosaurs got busy with the 80s and injected pure Neon into the baby. If you think I'm joking then perhaps have a look at some of the more official things attached to the project, eh?
|The Logo, plus some....endorsements.|
The official reveal trailer for the game
|A screenshot literally steeped in Neon Lights|
I guess I can throw down some actual technical aspects of this thing since that's about the only coherent thing you'll get from me about it. Blood Dragon is a stand-alone expansion to Far Cry 3 coming out for PSN, XBLA and Steam which means you do not have to own Far Cry 3 to buy and play Blood Dragon. It's simply built off of the same engine which is fairly evident. Of course, you -should- own Far Cry 3 because it was fantastic as well, even if Blood Dragon will literally be better than it in every conceivable way. It's set for release on May 1st which means there is no reason it shouldn't be the very first game you buy in May, especially since it'll only be $15. (I believe) Being that it's built on the Far Cry 3 engine, it's carrying over a lot of tenets from that game, even if it paints them all with neon and badassness - people might've noticed a neon bow and arrow in the trailer, plus the knife which looked like a futuristic dragon dagger (like you eventually get in FC3), so those remain, as will at least some of the wildlife. The free-roaming island won't be anywhere near as large as FC3's, but it'll still be expansive to be sure and similarly filled with things to do, like larger outposts to infiltrate and conquer.
I...really don't know what else I can say. I really don't think there's anything else I have to say.
You want Blood Dragon.
fuck yeah Blood Dragon fuck yeah