Far Cry 3 on the Proliferation of Dubstep

By Luke Caulfield , Updated Jul 09, 2012 03:26 PM EDT

Far Cry 3 antagonist Vaas is truly a modern day philosopher. If Descartes or Nietzsche found themselves surrounded by music that could only be described as the sound of fax machines screwing, they'd probably be a little disturbed too. Well, Nietzsche likely more than most.

According to Vaas, "Dubstep is doing the exact same fucking beats over and over and over again, expecting shit to change. Now that is crazy."

Clearly Vaas is insane, as we've seen before. But I can't help but feel he makes a strong point here. Nietzsche said, "Admiration for a quality or an art can be so strong that it deters us from striving to possess it." Such might be the case for Vaas and dubstep.

But I doubt it. Still, I'd love to see what he'd do to Skrillex...

Check below for further musical musings of a mad man.

It's hard to be sure if that was the original voice actor, Michal Mando ranting and raving about the musical genre, but yes, you did see a blurred penis and painted breast fondling.

Far Cry 3 sees a return to a tropical island setting, home to a number of crazed locals under the lead of Vaas. Players will assume the role of Jason Brody, a tourist stranded on the island trying to find his grilfriend and escape the island.

Jason will be able to survey and plan out his attacks before carrying them out. The story mode map is also said to be ten times larger than the first two games, giving Jason a great big world to explore while being hunted by Vaas.

Far Cry 3 is out December 4 for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.

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