Finnaly back for our main Crysis 3 Review
So here we are back for our main Crysis 3 review .Crysis has been released so make sure you get your copy so you can fully enjoy the game and check out multiplayer which has been quite changed from Crysis 2.But of course you first want to know if your computer is capable of handling this phenomenal CryENGINE 3. Looking at the requirements, it’s clear that the new game engine, CryENGINE 3, is looking to push the boundaries when it comes to graphic. Running the game on the highest settings will need a very powerful and expensive computer. So that’s why I will show you in Crysis 3 Review requirements so you know if you even can run it.
So here are the minimum requirements to get the game running on a PC:
Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
DirectX 11 graphics card with 1GB Video RAM
Dual core CPU
2GB Memory (3GB on Vista)
Nvidia GTS 450 with an Intel Core2 Duo 2.4Ghz (E6600)
AMD Radeon HD5770 with AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.7Ghz (5200+)
So let me show you cool stuff about Crysis in my Crysis 3 Review.
Back in November a trailer was released with new screenshots and we could for the first time see how will game-play of Crysis 3 look like. The major difference is bow with some extraordinary awesome features. Using a bow will not drain your energy and nanosuit was change a bit to. Jumps and sprinting will not use or energy but of course sprinting has its own cool-down to prevent running for an infinite amount of time. There are even different energies for maximum armor and invisibility cloak. Sprinting while cloaked still eats up the suit’s energy fast though. Interesting huh? Keep reading to get to know more coll stuff about game in Crysis 3 Review.
Crysis 3 platforms
Yerli believes that technology is evolving too fast for consoles to keep up which I totally agree on. It’s impossible that a console to be competitive to PC hardware. The chips from consoles became fast old since technology is developing so fast. It’s impossible that a console will be outpacing PC. PC is been constantly updating and maximizing and it’s a much more enthusiastic market than consoles which give PC even bigger advantage. Tablets might be competing at that time, with that rate of iteration. So that puts a lot of pressure on the console space.But don’t worry. It’s true that visuals cannot be so astonishing as on PC but I guarantee you in my Crysis 3 Review that game runs perfectly smoothly on both platforms.
Crysis is developed by Crytek and powered by the superb CryEngine techonology. The series is known for its fabulous visuals, dynamic, open game-play and its Nanosuit that grants you unique powers to adapt and survive in every situation.
So what exactly can we expect to see in Crysis 3 ?
Well lots of new stuff. Crysis 3 Review was written so you can easily get to know all about this awesome game. Yes that’s right. In my opinion this could be best game of 2013. So lets get started with interesting part of Crysis 3 Review.
In Crysis 3 player returns as Prophet with a quest to save mankind. The game is set in New York which has been encased in a Nanodome that has turned this once beautiful successful metropolis into urban rainforest teeming with overgrown trees, swamplands and raging rivers. Seven distinct environments became known as the 7 Wonders. To survive in this new dangerous worlds you will need advanced weapons and strategies including with enhanced Nanosuite which gives you tactical advantage. And of course we can’t forget a devastating Predator bow and alien weaponry to become the ultimate hunter.
For a series that lets you throw people by their necks and knock steel doors off their hinges with your bare hands, there’s something oddly vulnerable about Crysis 3. Sure, in many ways this is the same sci-fi first-person shooter you’ve seen in previous installments–right on down to the part where you pick up enemies by their necks and throw them from cliffs, buildings, or buildings sitting atop tall cliffs. But there’s this other side of Crysis 3 that hasn’t been explored in previous games, a side where all that machismo recedes for a moment or two and you get to look at the game’s setting and central characters in an altogether different light.
Do you remember characters from Crysis 1? No problem if you don’t. My Crysis 3 Review will help you. The reason to remind you of Psycho is his coming back. He’s the one with cockney accent and with a penchant for British vulgarities. Psycho was one of the nanosuited soldiers from Crysis and he acted part in lone expansion, Crysis Warhead, too. But let’s not get so excited because things happened to him that changed him and he is now totally different man.
He is no longer equipped with nanosuite and he is working for a sort of underground resistance fighting the CELL security forces that were responsible for a massive dome around New York City after the last events of Crysis 2. Check video so you freshen your mind and remember what exacly happened.
He feels like a veteran a battling post-traumatic stress disorder, only that he never got home from his war. He’s still fighting it.
The funny part is that in one scene Psycho and Prophet approach a gate that is leading up to an elevated subway line. Psycho attempts to know down the door but as he no longer wears nanosuit his strength is slightly decreased and he just end up falling to the ground and hurting himself. And then of course it’s all up to you (Prophet) to finish the job as Psycho in kind of useless and vulnerable.
We can notice the sense of vulnerability in reflection of the environment as well. New York suffered many attacks and will all attempts to save the greatest city in the world city became devastation.
You see a bit of New York in those glimpses at its iconic skyline, but often you’re surrounded by jungle and it’s hard to say if you are in the city or jungle. It’s like is this Central Park or some new jungle? So much of the city’s defining characteristics have been smoothed over by destruction and overgrowth that it becomes very difficult to know where you are. It feels like a whole new New York, one that wasn’t for once in history able to rebuild itself.
And that is kinda it. I can’t tell you more in my Crysis 3 Review because it makes it less interesting if you already know what will happen. Hope you like my Crysis 3 Review and make sure to come back .
Some general info:
· It takes at least 5hours to complete the game in normal mode including the side missions
· There is a cool surprise after the credits
· It seems probably that you can unlock a driveable tank
· The ending is fairly open and so doesn’t exclude future dlc
· The last two levels are huge
· And finally, the facial animations are even better than in LA Noire
Crysis 3 will be available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC via Origin on February 19th in North America and February 22 in Europe. Preorder is available. Make sure you get your version and start enjoying as soon as it’s available.
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And have superb time playing this magnificent game.