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Submitted by xiren187 608d ago | review

Crysis 3 Review - JPS

'Following the successful release of Crysis 2 several years ago, the third installment of the series is finally here, giving fans an entirely new style of gameplay with beautiful graphics in a new open setting. Improving the elements that made Crysis a successful shooter franchise and a robust multiplayer experience, does Crysis 3 have what it takes to please its fans?' - JPS (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.6/10

GiantFriendlyCrab  +   608d ago
It's the same boring shoot a ton of bad guys that we have done in pretty much every fps
SantistaUSA  +   608d ago
So have you played or you are just bashing for fun? :-P

And if so in which system did you played it on?
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Honest_gamer  +   608d ago
It's a bit short, i did vet last night in 5h 19m and 30s died about 20 times and that was at the same part before i realised i could use artillery now i'll do it on the next difficulty up, in order to unlock the next 1 or 2 hidden difficulties, i like the game i hated the 2nd one, loved the 1st one, overall its better than no2 and more enjoyable than 90% of shooters
GiantFriendlyCrab  +   608d ago
all in all It's a re-skinned version of the second, and it plays almost the same. The gameplay is even further casualized from the second, and most of the environments, while pretty, are genuinely uninspired. The gameplay is easy, the AI somehow managed to be worse than Crysis 2's, and provide no challenge.

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