Machinima: Crysis 2 Review

Crysis 2 really feels like the kitchen sink of recent shooters: compelling single-player, interesting multiplayer modes, vehicles, myriad weapons, and the Nanosuit. Plus 3D, stealth kills, grabbing and throwing enemies, sprinting and sliding, using cover, and facing enemies using highly effective AI routines to keep every encounter fresh: It's all here, every check box of the genre ticked. But this kitchen sink is 24-carat gold plated.

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hoops2554d ago (Edited 2554d ago )

The game is amazing so far. The visuals. The openness of the game compared to the FPS games out there now. I am shocked how great this game looks and plays on the consoles with that level of real time lighting, interaction with the surroundings and vast levels. This is a new benchmark for console FPS IMO.
The PC version will be an absolute killer with the DX11 patch.
My two 5970's will love this game. But man did Crytek pull it off on consoles. Easily the best looking console game out when you take into consideration how open this game is using all real time effects

CrzyFooL2554d ago

BUT WHERE IS THE PATCH!!!!!!!!!!!??????????????

Tessellation and physx NAO pleaz!

iamgoatman2554d ago

Tessellation? YES! PhysX? GOOD GOD NO!

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starchild2554d ago (Edited 2554d ago )

With two 5970s this game will play smooth as butter on your rig. Actually it is basically overkill.

I agree with you about how gorgeous it is and how impressive it is that they were able to get it looking as good as it does on consoles. Still, it looks far cleaner, more detailed and runs much better on the PC.

Good job all around, Crytek. Except for no DX11 support at launch.