Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN's take on the new expansion type addition to Far Cry 5 is a long way from positive. It seems that moving the game to Mars to battle spiders and find your compatriots body parts was not the best of ideas, at least not the way that Ubisoft went. Your mileage may vary, and the things which infuriated John might be something you enjoy but it would be worth the time to take a peek before investing in Lost On Mars. If your interest is piqued then check out this guide on how to find all the various objects required to complete your journey to the red planet … or if you dislike spoilers then perhaps not.
"I can imagine a meeting in which a group of Ubisoft suits got together and meticulously went through all the reviews of all the previous Far Cry games, and created a chart that featured the aspects of said games that were most frequently complained about. Then the boss suit said, “We must make a game that uniquely focuses on these features! But much, much less funny than ever before!” That’s how I see things having gone down."
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