Crysis was a visual masterpiece in a lush open world. Crysis 2 was a great looking tunnel. Which will be the path for Crysis 3?
Loved the first one. The second one, not so much. Not sure they can rebound after the second one. Then to add to this aren't they coming out with some system to track stats or gameplay?
I think that could be either awesome or terrible but only time will tell. I just don't get whats so advanced about a bow and arrow?
I was lucky enough to get a review copy and participate in the beta for Crysis 2 and I think that the idea was good but it wasn't nearly as polished as it could or should have been.
This series is going to continue to become more console oriented. It sucks but they'll make double the money with less work needed. Lets not forget they work closely with EA. We all know EA has the same idea as Actavision. Every games needs a yearly sequel. This series is going to die a slow death.
Yeah unfortunately I think it might go down in quality as well :(
How does being console oriented automatically mean "double the money with less work"? And EA publishes. That's it. Crysis 2 didn't even have an online pass. It's not going to become some yearly release just because EA wants it to be. Hell, EA doesn't even do that with anything other than NFS and their sports games.
Umm Yeah Crysis 2 did have an online pass for PC along with the regular activation code.
@PrisonedBeast So, you're telling me that the PC version of Crysis 2 had an online pass, but the 360 and PS3 versions didn't? Right. http://www.vg247.com/2011/0...
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To not make money or To make money , that is the question that awaits Crytek.
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