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Submitted by MikeEaton 793d ago | opinion piece

'Late To The Party Review' - Crysis - Twinfinite

It’s somewhat fitting that the Crysis trilogy’s timeline runs concurrent with this generation of consoles, as it shows just how far ahead PC gaming is in terms of tech and innovation. It took most of us a couple of years to be able to get caught up with what this game was trying to do, and in spite of some issues with pacing and balance, it has been well worth the wait. (Crysis, PC)

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