Submitted by honestgamer 1006d ago | review

Crysis 3 review (HonestGamers)

Mike Suskie writes: "For those unfamiliar, Crysis is a series best played on higher difficulties. Its big draw is that your nanosuit gives you a number of special powers – armor, invisibility, speed, and strength – that make even ordinary situations open-ended in approach, and naturally these shooters reach their peak when the opposition is relentless and you're forced to make inventive use of the options available to you. Crysis 3 gives you all of these options, but it also gives you a bow." (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

berndogskate  +   1006d ago
Nice review, the framerate on the ps3 is whack as well
TrollExterminator   1006d ago | Spam
sdozzo  +   1006d ago
Price drop and everyone is on it. Multiplayer is nice but can't compete with the big war games. Grab this at $40
DigitalSmoke  +   1006d ago
Called it, Mediocre Multiplayer cover with fair one direction GFX.

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