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Submitted by Lavalamp 785d ago | review

Crysis 3 Review | Gaming Trend

Gaming Trend: "For me, the game’s true aim is bringing the adaptability of the Nanosuit to the player. If you’d like to play this game as a shooter, it’ll handle pretty much Crysis 2. If you’d like your games a little quieter, you’ll find the stealth aspects of Crysis 3 to be a vast improvement over the predecessor. The weapon and Nanosuit customization just adds to that flexibility. Similarly, there are five difficulty levels, giving players any level of challenge they desire from laughable to downright sinister. Multiplayer expands on this, and the Hunter mode gives us a reason to care. The 8 hour storyline does stretch a bit beyond the bizarre, but the flexibility that Crytek has delivered works well." (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 85/100

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