This is the second video and this one has somewhat better quality to it then the first one. It shows some new pictures.
for some reason i couldnt watch the video, can someone please tell me what they looked like.
Real Life Oviously looks better. But not by much. Freaky what the industry is going to be like in 5 years.
take that reality you got owned. the graphics on crysis kick ass over real life. take that you reality fanboys, and dont start saying wait till next year when reality figures out how to use the earths complex ecosystem for better graphics cause we have been waiting since Adam and Eve for that. Fact: earth started 10 million years ago so god had plenty of dev time.
lol funny. Nice one...some of us got it
Considering that Crysis isnt even near close to reality and further more reality will always be better than Crysis any day any year dumbass.
if reality is so great you should be playing it instead of posting on these articles. I hear Parking Lot Simulator and Lunch Line are the best games availble on reality at the moment. Reality is sitting on shelves and no one wants it.
that s!@# looks real, but it will never look as real as reality, nope never!
Both comparisons aren't sharp enough to see the real thing. Hence, they look nearly identical in this video. And remember folks, God innovates, man copies.
In that case... God = Nintendo Man = Sony / MS lol :P
HAHA! Someone caught on...
Not going to get into the God thing...but these pics are taken from the Crysis website, so if you want to look for yourself go there :)
REAL LIFE SUCKS! The virtual looks good.
my god that's sooo damn close to reality like somebody else said give it 5 years and see what happens...lol wow just wow
man in five years i wonder what we will complain about in game graphics. Any thoughts?
haha something stupid i'm sure..."the dirt isn't granular enough, the smokes "TOO REAL" lol something lame
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