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Submitted by NeverEnding1989 818d ago | review

PCWorld: Crysis 3 Review

For a series that spends so much time trying to establish just how unstoppable the series’ protagonist, Prophet, is, Crysis 3 sure does a great job of making him seem like a normal human.

Well, a normal human that can turn invisible, leap like a grasshopper, and harden his suit made of nanomachines to increase his resistance to bullets and...well, you get the idea.

It does this multiple ways, the first being Prophet’s discovery of his human tendencies and heart, the second being difficult gameplay. Prophet’s story is the most important part of Crysis 3 and quite possibly the series. It isn’t about being some unstoppable superhuman with an untold level of power, but rather getting away from that and focusing on the few slivers of humanity found within him. (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

Tyre  +   817d ago
Here's another one Digital Smoke..post a troll comment dude quickly!

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