Scottish Far Cry 3 swearing video review the best thing you’ll watch today

YouTuber delivers a swear-laden review worth watching

February 13, 2013
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A Scottish fellow by the name of Tam McGleish has finally released his review for Ubisoft’s island shooter Far Cry 3, and he gives it a “not shite” rating.

His review praises the game (in the strangest of ways), as he compares it to the previous two games, saying that all the arduous tasks of its predecessors have been pushed out of the way.

Be warned though, as the bearded reviewer’s language will make a pirate jealous, and he’s clearly not a fan of dubstep, AKA “wub wub wub shite”.

If you struggle to understand good ole Tam, check out MyGaming’s Far Cry 3 review; but if you’re brave, check out the video below, and head over to Tam’s channel, GamewankPodcast (no joke), for more.

Source: Kotaku

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Tags: active, Far Cry 3, Far Cry 3 review, Gamewankpodcast, Scottish game reviewer, Tam McGleish, ubisoft

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