No need to burn money since they are optimizing enough so that Crysis 2 can run fine on mid-range. And building a computer to be future resistant is always a smarter choice than the ol' "oh, I need to upgrade every year" argument.
My friends grandpa, who is around 75 I think, spends most of his time on Xbox Live playing Gears of War 2. He hit Seriously 2.0 a couple months ago. The one thing you need is patience. Oh, and the skill to get the kills.
While developers are at it, I wonder what a Haze 2 would be like.
Will the Too Human sequel finally be developed? I can only hope.
No one wins in a war. /peace
This is a single-player only game. Expect to finish this in 13-15 hours, longer if you play on Hardcore.
I thought Crysis 2 would be optimized a lot more for consoles, and the urban setting could mean less trees. I saw some pictures of the park, but that is just about the most trees I have seen in one place.
If you liked this game so much, I think you should buy one. That is why I bought a PS3, for Uncharted 2, Killzone 2, and God of War 3.
That's what people said about Killzone 2 comparing graphics to Halo 3. And don't tell me you never saw them.
Don't use this review to determine if you buy the game or not. If you are talking about the demo, remember that it was an old code, and has not been polished. Talking about connection issues? That could be handled in the final product.
A beta key please.
Singleplayer? Spec Ops?
I think I saw a few reveals. Sionis, or Black Mask "ICEBERG" Club, Mr. Freeze or Penguin and Uncle Sam posters, Two-Face.
Can't really compare the two since Brink is not even close to being finished. Anyone else notice the Fall 2010 release date?
Well, at least now you'll only be known as that pathetic droid.
Borderlands and Dragon Age: Origins for me.
PS3 fanboys can't take the fact that other people have different opinions.
Seriously, Too Human wasn't THAT bad.
I can't blame him, but it is good to see the gamer in you, Mart.
Kratos is barely beating Pikachu, I'm suprised.
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