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Submitted by pierce 721d ago | review

Crysis 3 review | ArabicGamers

One of my favourite moments in Crysis 3 comes pretty early on in the game. It might be tacky to talk about the graphics and how good they look, but the sight of seeing a destroyed New York - filled with overgrown vegetation and ruined buildings - for the first time is a wonderful moment. Unfortunately to get to this point I had to play through one of the dullest opening levels in videogame history, filled with linear walkways and dumb enemy AI. This is a common occurrence in Crysis 3, the mediocre is often followed by the sublime, leading to a game that could have delivered so much more. (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 70/100

thetamer  +   723d ago
Not sure about this game. Lost interest after the second game...
filyfat9   716d ago | Spam

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