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Submitted by kube00 439d ago | review

Crysis 3 Review (Goozernation)

Crysis was one of those games that showed gamers what a proper FPS could be. Years later people still talk about the game and use it to benchmark other games. Crysis 2 was a fun game and the multiplayer was fantastic. But where can Crysis 3 go from here? Is it possible to surpass the original? (Crysis 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

FanboyCrusher  +   438d ago
It's less than 800 a day population would disagree with that score. Graphics are overrated, if that was seriously the selling point of the game then us buyers got duped. It was slow, unresponsive, hell the picture in the dashboard on the 360 version was identical to Crysis 2. This game was flat out lazy. Don't even get me started on that driving section!
shadowmist13  +   438d ago
Crytek sucks,they will never beat 1/warhead,this game bored after an hour(luckily my friend bought it and bot me hahaha)

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