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Submitted by DoGM3At 696d ago | review

rawDLC: Crysis 3 review

Crysis 3 is another win from the team at Crytek but doesn’t really take the series to the next level. The dynamic nature of the gameplay takes even the simplest of battles and adds a layer of tactical thinking rarely seen in the FPS genre. Excusing some repetitive levels and a very linear progression, Crysis 3 offers a middle-ground between its two previous titles. The series continues to grow and evolve, but in smaller leaps. More focus is needed on the sandbox elements before Crytek produce the shooter follow up we’ve all been hoping for since the original Crysis knocked our socks off. (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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