Crysis proves that PC games will always dominate consoles when it comes to bleeding-edge tech.
From Gamepro: "It's official -- the technological power of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is fizzling into overwrought hype. Even the best looking and performing new-generation console games still fall short of the raw graphical power display by heavy-hitting PC games like Company of Heroes. Now, the next-generation of PC games is right around the corner, and they're poised to blow console gaming off the tech map once and for all. If you thought PC gaming was dead, think again.
In 2007, games like Hellgate: London, Spore, and Half-Life 2: Episode Two will help bring PC gaming back into the limelight. But it's Crysis that will really take gaming to the next level. The beauty of Crysis, though, is that it is being designed for a wide variety of PC specifications, not just the high-end rigs that cost a month's salary.
But judging by what we've seen and played, Crysis may be one game that's worth a big-budget PC upgrade."