Crysis Legion – Alcatraz Tells his Tale

Crytek’s Crysis series shot to the forefront of the videogame market’s collective conscious with the groundbreaking original release back in 2007. With the recent launch of Crysis 2, the videogame expanded its potential market by bringing the series to console formats for the first time. Crysis 2 managed to push the envelope not only in terms of technical accomplishment, but also in terms or mass market appeal, and this of course opens the road to associated merchandise.

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Tachyon_Nova2671d ago

Any body who didn't fully understand C2's story really should read this book, it's fantastic.

THWIP712671d ago

...really should retake 8th Grade Literature. :o

Kingdom Come2671d ago

I wouldn't particularly consider literature to have any relevance to understanding what is being said to you.

THWIP712671d ago (Edited 2671d ago )

LOL...really??? So you see no connection between comprehending the written word, and comprehending spoken word?? Hahahaha....WOW. 0_o

Dude...every game or movie ever made....EVER made...started out as a scripted idea/story. Literature is the backbone of the entire entertainment industry as a whole...including music; songs are stories or poems, blended with music. Before you can really understand/follow a play, movie, or even a video game storyline, you first have to understand the basics of the written language and literature. You don't just magically learn those things at a certain age.

Kingdom Come2671d ago (Edited 2671d ago )

I am aware of this, I study both Media and English in college, I am merely stating that you are comparing a viewer/listener/gamers understanding of a media text to written text. Reading music is a completely different task than listening to the music. I see where you are coming from, I simply disagree. It was an opinion, my comment wasn't intended to spark an argument...

THWIP712671d ago harder then?

BTW, I tutored in English, Literature, and Calculus 20 years ago at WKU myself. ;)

Rybakov2671d ago

No kingdom its order to truly understand what is being presented to you, you have to know that basics of Language and literature......have be it gamers now a days don't care about story or the essence of games today.....for movies and music you have to be able to break down what is being told to you in order to is a lot easier for books because it is written down so everything is detailed so you can get a visual....movies and games you have to take time to observe your surroundings and pick out things that will move the story along or give bits of background

author here....studying movie and game scripting now actually

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