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Submitted by ShiftyLookingCow 2766d ago | preview

Gamespy: Crysis Preview

A couple of weeks ago, EA invited Gamespy to take a look at the multiplayer side of Crysis aboard the USS Hornet, a retired aircraft carrier perfect for showing off the fidelity of the multiplayer maps. No fewer than three industry heavies (including Crytek CEO Cevat Verli, nVidia Senior V.P. Dan Vivoli and Games for Windows Global Product Manager Heidi Rademacher) took the podium to proclaim their intense commitment to Crysis, and yet, for all the pomp and circumstance, the playable product left a little to be desired. All the pieces are there, but the stuttering frame rate that continues to nag this graphics-intensive behemoth had Gamespy a bit concerned given the game's ever-nearing release date. (Crysis, PC)
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