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Submitted by peterthomas6 605d ago | review

Crysis 3 Review | GameNTrain

Rachel describes her experience playing Crysis 3: "Crysis 3 is the last game in the Crysis trilogy, a trilogy that started with the original Crysis game in 2007. Crysis set huge milestones in terms of graphical achievement, but it required some hefty hardware to run it." (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

cooperdnizzle  +   605d ago
Horrible article horrible game. And yes i have played it on the pc looks great really great, but the game itself is crap in a crap bag mixed with crap. Tech demo is all they are. Another crappy game from them once again
Tyre  +   604d ago
You're crap. None of the things you mention are true. The game play is solid, mission differ constantly and it's very open and sandbox style. Way better than Crysis 2, you probably only played the 1st mission on easy! You are just hating on the game. Pathetic Troll!

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