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Submitted by GamerEuphoria 1587d ago | review

Crysis Review (Xbox 360) - GamerEuphoria

Tom, GamerEuphoria wrote "Every now and then, a game comes along with every intention of pushing your PC to breaking point and beyond, with smooth crisp visuals, the best in ambient lighting and the power to melt your credit card for that all important graphics card you didn’t know you needed. The modern runners, such as Rage and Battlefield 3, are a far cry (no pun intended) from Crytek’s seminal 2007 release Crysis." (Crysis, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

MultiConsoleGamer  +   1587d ago
Solid review for a great game.
dirthurts  +   1587d ago
Too bad it's missing a chapter...:/
Otherwise pretty slick :)
I'm glad it made it out.
palaeomerus  +   1587d ago
I don't consider the VTOL bit much of a chapter. It's five minutes of poor controls and tedium.

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