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Submitted by JamieReleases 812d ago | news

Crysis 3 Interview (Strategy Informer)

From Strategy Informer: "I wouldn't call Crysis 3 a stealth game, not from what I’ve played at least, but there is a considerable emphasis on creatively circumventing all-out combat and Crysis 3 seems a whole lot more playful than Crysis 2, more interpretative; each combat zone a dynamic puzzle that alters with every step forward, every sound made and every ill-advised rustle through the long grass. The Hunter and the Hunted mantra that Crytek like to bandy about certainly isn't unfounded, then". (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Tyre  +   812d ago
Good interview, it explains all about Crysis it's gameplay for those who are not familiar with the franchise. It clears up a lot of mistakes made by Crytek too. This makes me even more wanting to play Crysis 3. Day 1!
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