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PluggedIn - Crysis 3 Review

PluggedIn - They say clothes make the man. And in the case of Crysis 3, that couldn't be more true. It's not the large-caliber guns, high-tech-laden baddies or low-down grit that separates this franchise from the pack. Those elements are all a part of the equation, but it's the battle-armor nanosuit that makes the difference here.

Way back in the first Crysis game, the special suit was introduced as its soldiering occupant landed on a jungle-filled Philippines island in the year 2020. The hero used his supersuit skills to try to rescue a group of kidnapped scientists that had found some world-changing alien tech. After scads of sneaking, shooting and nuclear bomb-dropping, Crysis 2 slipped a different soldier into that fancy suit and sent him off to battle mercenary CELL agents and reawakened extraterrestrials in New York City. (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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