TechBytes: 'Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon' Review

CNET's Dan Ackerman says the video game parody is perfect for any child of the '80s.
0:52 | 05/13/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: 'Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon' Review
In today's tech -- -- Samsung already have some five G devices in the works or Korean news agency reports that the company has successfully tested the platform. And is planning for a full roll out in 22 money. When this week's video game review was far cry three blood dragon cnet's Dan Ackerman says it's difficult to do a video game parity but this game pulls it off. It's in eighty view of what the future was going to look like -- scuttled his pop culture references and neon in big explosions and since music. And it's really agree that kind of trip the way back machine for anyone of the child of the eighties. It's available for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox-360. And if you've got a cable subscription you'll soon be able to watch live streaming content -- all ABC shows on your laptop or wireless device watch ABC launches this week and a few cities. Those -- tech bites make a great day. I'm John Mueller.

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