Crysis 2 Discussion
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just a bit down release is January!
Crysis, IMO wasn't that great of a game to be honest. Yes, it had graphics that were of the charts and a cool nanosuit and neat physics effects, but as far as its genre goes (being a shooter), it plays like most shooters. It sold very poorly (less than 100K), mainly because the game needed a rig near costing $3K+ just to get high graphics settings on it. I liked the game and my rig can play is maxed out, but it was a frustration for those whose machine couldn't run it. That game is still used as a benchmark for high end graphics cards to this day.
Having said that, I was part of the beta test for the 360 version of Crysis 2 multi-player and was totally underwhelmed by the looks and gameplay. It looked weak, even for the console version. I am hoping they ramp up the graphics. I am sure the PC version is going to be killer looking, unless Crytek takes the easy route and uses the console version as a port. You can bet the console version will outsell the PC version by miles since that is where the money is. If it is a port, I understand since the money is in the consoles.
Do NOT bother requesting a trainer for this illegal release of the game (yes, you read that right, before anyone starts with any righteous speak; EA/Crytek don't condone this release). Wait for the final to hit. Besides, as far as I understand it, it's very, very unfinished (missing textures, text, crashes, limited settings etc).
There's also a rumour going around that it flags your system as having used a pirate copy, so that when you try and install/run the full version it won't play ball. Don't know what truth there is to this, but why risk it.
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