Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora review in progress: A good Far Cry with big problems

Despite receiving an early copy of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora late last week, my time with the game pre-release has been uneven, to say the very least: Full on system crashes, poor performance, and bizarre progress erasing interface bugs (namely a perpetually grayed out “continue” button that only works when the game is deleted and subsequently reinstalled) have made getting any meaningful time with Frontiers of Pandora extremely difficult. 

Nevertheless, I’ve been able to log roughly a dozen hours in Pandora’s Western Frontier, and while I have plenty of issues with both performance and Ubisoft’s spin on the world of Avatar (and I am a staunch defender of both films), I’m optimistic that this could be the best Far Cry game Ubisoft has ever published.


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