Crytek announced today that Crysis 3 has won the Red Dot Design Award as “Best of the Best” in the category Communication Design – Game Design – Visuals. Crysis 3 was released in February 2013 as the latest installment in Crytek’s Crysis series.
Well going back to Crysis 1 that was a masterpiece and a technology trend setter. Well cone Crysis once again !!
Crysis 1 was such a GRAND GAME. Crysis 2 was such a LOAD of CRAP. Crfysis 3 was OK hopefully Crytek has learned their lesson and make Crysis 4 in the same vein as Crysis 1 but i doubt they will which is why I proudly own Crysis and Crysis Warhead while Crysis 2 and 3 were the FREE results of GPU purchases.
Curious to see what Crytek can do with the next-gen hardware (hardware = consoles as those will define what a - hopefully - new Crysis will feature).
I thought The Last of Us was better looking from a technical and artistic point of view (when looking at consoles). Crysis 2 and 3 had great textures and stuff, but looked boring. Plus they got rid of exploration and destructibility.
From an artistic point of view, TLOU may look better than C3. However, in tech area, C3 is way more advanced - and better - than TLOU
Crysis 3 is a generation ahead in terms of technology. There really is no comparison to TLOU which is still just 2009's tech all prettied up.
After playing the horrendous Crysis 2, I can't bring myself to play the 3rd one.
Crytek is retarded. They removed all the great things about 1 in 2 and 3. Bring back open worlds, destruct ability, better controls, smarter AI, and for gods sake LEAVE NYC. CRYSIS was set in a tropical island that winds up getting frozen. That was unique. Not this same old same old Wall Street bullpoop
well, to be honest, C3>C2. Not better from the first one but still it's better than the second part
Yeah, for me it goes like this: Crysis > Crysis 3 > Crysis 2 There are all good games in my opinion. The gameplay is so much better than most shooters.
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