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Submitted by ITFGaming 822d ago | review

Crysis 3 Review (ITF Gaming)

Bracken Lee-Rudolph from ITF Gaming writes: The Crysis series has always been a notorious leader in terms of high technical performance, with the first iteration notably requiring specifications which were too high for most PC gamers to be able to run it on its highest settings on release. The second title was widely criticised for being limited due to inferior console hardware, but still pulled off some impressive environments and characters. With the third title’s release, a lot will be expected of it in terms of graphical and gameplay performance, in addition to the other expectations placed upon modern videogames, particularly the campaign, which has somewhat lacked in the prequels. So will Crysis 3 build on the impressive foundations laid by it’s predecessors, or crumble like the ailing remnants of its version of New York City? Let’s find out: (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.4/10

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