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Submitted by LaWiiG 658d ago | review

A Bow is a Bow, Unless it's a Bow: Crysis 3 Review|GAMINGtruth

Greg Bargas of GAMINGtruth.com takes on the Crysis 3 PlayStation review.

"Even with the game looking pristine, the campaign felt rushed. Suit upgrades received a much needed overhaul, giving players the ability to unlock and modify three pre-loaded sets of abilities. The game didn’t add much in the multiplayer department however, it is still fast and fun." (Crysis 3, PS3) 7/10

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DeejayKnight  +   658d ago
Great video, Greg!
Cam_is_16bit  +   658d ago
A bit of a quality drop from Crysis 2.
DigitalSmoke  +   658d ago
Yep, i agree,
Tyre  +   658d ago
A quality increase in fact, best looking game on Xbox360. But Gee this is the 40th review....what's with all the reviews? Knock it off. Best review has been made by Gametrailers watch that one.
SirNintend0  +   658d ago
Crysis sucks.

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