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Submitted by arturod 633d ago | review

Review Crysis 3 | 4News.it

A pioneer graph.
Playstation 3 version tested. Also available on PC, Xbox 360.

Being able to create a multiplatform title that is able to cope with the version from which it is drawn (in this case the PC) is a very tricky challenge for any developer of video games, especially when it comes to Crysis where the graphic was one of the benchmarks adequate for the assessment of the value of a particular piece of hardware in the PC field, the company is huge, having to deal with that question always creeping, "How the PC version will be more beautiful?"

The first Crysis released in 2007 did gape million users, given its extreme spectacularity that still today, from the graphical point of view, remains higher than in many games on the market. Crysis 3 today, while remaining absolute reference with regard to its PC version is shown in the form no longer even on the "next gen" Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 90/100

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