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Submitted by FrustratedFury 797d ago | review

ZTGD | Crysis 3 Review

Ken McKown writes: The Crysis franchise has been an interesting ride for me. I never played the original game when it came out, since my PC would have burst into flames trying to run it. My experience began with the second game, on a console no less, and I rather enjoyed it. Then when the original was released on Xbox Live, I gave it a go and again discovered why the franchise has been so revered. Coming into the third game, I had expectations. Combining the open-world ideas from the original with the structure of the second game could finally be the perfect recipe for the series. Sadly, Crysis 3 easily feels like the weakest in the trilogy and never manages mesh the two styles effectively. (Crysis 3, PS3, Xbox 360) 6.8/10

dolkrak   796d ago | Trolling | show | Replies(2)
GiantFriendlyCrab  +   796d ago
farcry 1 was the only game i liked from crytek, oh wait, ubisoft made that game.

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