Kevin VanOrd Nanosuits-up for a video review for Crysis 2.
Not bad at all cant wait to see the review by gametrailers.
9.1 Gametrailers score...
Yeah i just flipped through the pages and i just saw it. Pretty good if you ask me.
After playing demos and stuff it seems like a pretty good game but I'll wait it out until the Steam Summer Sale when I'm itching for something to play :)
good to see it's getting mostly positive reviews. may have to buy this at some point.
Is like art. Its in the eye of the beholder. I prefer the less dark Crysis than K3, less muddy, better lighting and shadows. But that's just me, other people prefer K3. But to me Crysis 2 has the edge as you can go different directions and multiple ways to play, either stealth or firefighting, and also the game is 12 hours long, not the 5.5 hours it took me to finish K3. And as for 8.5 score, it's the same as K3.
Made a last minute decision to switch my pre-order to PC from PS3. The game plays great on extreme settings without frame rate drops on my 5850 and 3.6ghz 6 core cpu.
Definitely, it is optimized extremely well and will run really good even on mid level graphics cards like gtx 460 or HD 6850, actually even lower powered cards will still get decent performance. Your setup will definitely play it very well.
I've just got a GTX 460 1 GB for the moment, so good news for me. I've got big plans for later this year, though. I'll have a downright nasty rig by year's end. I'm just waiting on more news about CPUs because I don't replace them often and want to make sure I get something I really like. I can't wait to play Crysis 2 finally; I'm at around 40% on Steam.
I like gamespot reviews. They are pretty fair and criticize harshly in a good way. Great game (on either console) indeed. Although the only people that may have problem are the PC peep, unless they start giving DX11 support, cause as of right now, it seem they are catering to consoles.
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