Here is everything we have seen about crysis so far and also one reason why this needs to come to console. PC gamers are very lucky.
curious to see how this soap opera plays out. To see if the current gen consoles can "handle" this game.
Ps. yea sorry about changing my comment I did it when you changed the title lol
Its amazing when you compare the price of a high end graphics card let alone a gaming pc to the price of a ps3.
And even in out N4G.COM Database we have it listed as PS3& PC... So thats a little confusing. Also it has never been debunked. Last thing we all heard Crytek was lookin for PS3 Devs.
So... Im not confirming but im not doubting. Far Cry wasnt suppose to hit consoles either.
EDIT: Dammn you changed your comment now I look like im talking to myself.lol
But you know what I mean.
Even if you a simple graphics card it won,t even look as good as this, bring this game to console and it will sell millions more copie.
Agreed this would be nice to have on my 360. BTW the only other game that I really would like to see on the 360 also is God of War (2 or 3).
It's still no paid or secured exclusive. And even if it won't, I'll buy a PS2 again, they're 99 Euro now overhere and will get cheaper this year probably and get God of War 2 with it.
And then just wait untill Crysis is announced, bet it will
I just watched this like 10 times. This game is amazing. If any petition should ever be started it would be one for bringin this to console. Consoles need this. My 46inch Bravia needs to see this in 1080P. Omg I just like pictured that in my head.........amazing !!!
yes this does needs 2 come out to consoles does not matter which one it just needs 2 come out(but not on the Wii lol)
Damn that game look f-ing awesome, i just wish i had enough money to get a good enough computer to run it.
I am about 85% sure it will at least come to the 360 to make a game this good they will have to get there money back some way and multi platform is the best way.
I never thought I'd say it but... meh. It really doesn't seem all that impressive to me anymore. The building physics seem kind of dull (although the demo with the nuke was awesome), and I don't like the character models. Frame rate problems are already evident on computers set up by the devs. The average person will really not get the expericene that has been hyped. I have a Core 2 Extreme, 2 gigs of RAM, and a 7950 GX2 (soon to be either a 8800GTX or R600), and I doubt I'd even be able to enjoy it on full setting at some parts. Sure, the lush jungles look amazing, but at the expected frame rates, I could make a flip book and get the same effect. No doubt though, I will be buying this game, I just wonder how long it will take for me to enjoy what it has to offer.
Sorry, but I think I'm going to call bullSh!t on your comment. First you say It's not impressive then you cry about how you won't be able to utilize the high end graphics. Your comment on the framerates is a little naive considering the game is still alpha and pre-optimization. If you were any kind of PC gamer you would be following this game and you would know what it was offering. This game is probably the best thing PC gammers have seen since Half Life 2.
Call bullsh!t all you want, I never said the graphics weren't impressive. Maybe I'm "strange" or "unique" but I'm sick of games full of eye candy with story and gameplay as deep as a kiddie pool. I'm sure Crysis will look wonderful, there's no argument there, but will it offer anything new? Will I ever say "Wow" at it again after the initial graphics shock? Probably not. I cannot stress enough that GRAPHICS DO NOT MAKE A GAME. They enhance a game. I'm sick of all of the "exciting" new games for PC (and other platforms) being FPSs. Honestly, I go back and play Doom and Wolf3D more often than I replay any of the new FPSs. You can't play them online for long because hackers and 13 year-old a$$holes ruin the experience, and after one playthrough there's really nothing in most new PC games to keep people coming back (If anyone says "MMORPG", I think I'll shoot them). Here's what would make Crysis worth keeping in my PC library (it may or may not have some of these thigns already, feel free to tell me if there are):
1. No invisible walls. Let me explore the levels. If it looks like I SHOULD be able to jump up there, then I had damn well better be able to.
2. A new gameplay mechanic that makes me go "Why didn't they do this a long time ago?" Assassins Creed will have the free-running mechanic and situation-specific body control. Prey had Portals (which were pretty cool, but should have been played up more). What can Crysis offer me.
3. Touch up that physics engine. The nuke test wowed me. Throwing that guy onto the roof and having the shack crumble like a house of cards did not.
4. Please, for the love of God, add at least a LITTLE depth to the story. Aliens have invaded, and I've gotten some kind of super power so many times I feel like I could live comfortably in a world of Jules Verne and X-Men combined.
As far as frame rate issues, history has shown that if they are there at this point, they'll probably be there in some form when it comes out as well. Why make a game that will have problems running on tomorrow's hardware, when the majority of gamers are still stuck in yesterday?
Sorry to everyone for the rant.
I know there will be people who will dub me some kind of heathen for my comments, and to them I say... if you have nothing better to do than argue with me on the internet, then you have much larger things to worry about than Crysis.
Ok, your a PC gammer that doesn't like FPS's, MMO's, or competetive online gamming, to each his own I suppose, but I wouldn't save my money for the graphics card, because I don't think you'll be pleased with the PC's future offerings. Your right Graphics don't make a game, but neither do gimmicks. Prey had portals and thats it, horrible story and no challenge. I would suggest you try STALKER, its not the prettiest game but the FPS and roleplaying elements mesh well. We know hardly nothing about Crysis's story line, so thats hardly something you can reflect negativly apon. For graphics and physics Crysis has gone a step further than any game I've seen, short of the Ageia Physics demos, but untill everyone is ready to pay for a standalone physics card what we have is what we have. It's better than running a truck into an aluminum shanty and having the truck explode instead of destroying the building. You may have to wait a few years for the perfect physics engine, but untill the next best thing comes along Crysis is the cream of the crop. There are no invisible walls in Crysis, if you can see it you can explore it. Also demo's are not an indication of final gameplay, of the videos I've seen there is no framerate issue. If there is there is no reason to believe they won't be ironed out by the time the game goes gold. As for the varying degrees of hardware, I have never had a problem with lowering the level of graphics to gain better performance, I think this is true of most PC gammers, and I would never consider it a reason not to get a game. If it plays well then it will sell well.
One of the few Games I have seen that will more than give Gears a run for its money. I wonder if 3rd gen PS3 & Xbox360 games will trump this.
#8. Impressive comment. I sure hope you know what your talking about. Their is PC gamers on this site.
The CEO of Crytek already commented on a console port. He said that at this time there is no console version in production and they haven't even talk about porting it. Maybe consoles will get something from Crytek down the road, but there won't be any simultaneous release for Crysis.
Ill be playing it with a high spec'd PC for sure! 2500 x 1600 4xAA 16xAF on 30" Cinema : O
I dont even think there is a video card i can buy yet that will run that! Sure there will be when it comes out though :)
If there was a realistic game like this even if the game didnt have to make any sense like Katamari and Crysis doesnt even look near realistic you would have to be blind to actually think thats impressive when other games look way more impressive than that.
It will never look like that on consoles so its a good thing i have a really good gaming computer
Damn that looks like a good game. I hope it comes out for 360.
this just confirms what I always knew... Crysis "Game of the Year"
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