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Submitted by kragg 893d ago | opinion piece

Vault Play: Crysis 2

Splitkick: Revisiting Crysis 2 has been an odd experience. Because I used the game as a frequent tool for hardware benchmarking, I’ve been through the first half of the game six or seven times, and certain sections of the game over 100 times. In replaying the game, I cranked the difficulty up, started a fresh playthrough and hammered on the game until I was done. It’s been a mostly enjoyable ride, but all-too-reminiscent of Crysis. (Crysis 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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mastershredder  +   893d ago
I was expecting to see some car kicking, tossing fuel cans and shooting them mid air. You know, the real crazy ninja stuff. Mix it up man.
caseh  +   893d ago
Played this as it was free through PSN+.

Started out nice, nice intro all looked good then boredom set in after about 15 minutes. Seriously boring game.

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