Submitted by Lavalamp 932d ago | review

Crysis 3 Review | GamesTM

GamesTM: "Technology is a key part of Crysis 3’s identity. While its environments combine the lush surrounds of the original title with the urban jungle of its sequel, they play second fiddle to the depiction of near-future technology. Similarly, characterisation and narrative development give way to a customisable weapon set and the versatile upgrade options of the iconic Nanosuit. By facilitating a player-led approach to combat, Crysis 3’s six hour, single-player campaign is as fun as you make it. However, the multiplayer mode is soon to have competition from Crytek’s own free-to-play Warface. These individual facets combine to put Crysis 3 in a peculiar position and mean that, while it’s worth the entrance fee, it may soon find itself redundant." (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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