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Submitted by OtherWhiteMeat 1439d ago | preview

Crysis preview: the console experience (GamesRadar)

Hollander Cooper writes:Crytek said that Crysis was too “advanced” to run on consoles when it came out in 2007. Now, four short years later, the state of the industry has changed, and getting Crysis to run on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is more important than it was when the PC exclusive FPS launched to rave reviews. Even after EA and Crytek made the announcement we were still skeptical as to how it would work, but after getting hands-on with the game we’re happy with the result, even if some hefty concessions had to be made. (Crysis, PS3, Xbox 360)

solidworm  +   1439d ago
Better late than never lol.
monkeymagik  +   1439d ago
Yep, looks good for console players and will run better then crysis 2.
Eyesoftheraven  +   1436d ago
Here is a HQ video showing both versions side-by-side and in full screen.. (The PC version shown is vanilla running Very High settings at 1920x1080 and 2xAA)

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