Crysis 2 Discussion
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[Edited by wolfpriest101, 3/23/2011 6:17:06 PM]
1. People buy EU keys and apply them to US accounts to play the game before the US release date. (Though you're not supposed to EA doesn't do a thing about it.)
2. A lot of people feel this game lost it's sandbox quality. This game never had a sandbox. You just have different options. It's not a true open world such as Just Cause. You can always go about the game what-ever way you see fit with what options you have. You're not as limited as you think you are. Most people just are picky.
3. The comment from chaux kind-of annoyed me. "pc are infinity?" I'm not going to go into the lapse of grammar just the fact that no, it isn't. First off, production companies have to pay out the nose for the media they put on CDs. The DVD you put in a computer is the same you put in an XBox. The difference is the installation and the option of a digital copy.
That doesn't mean they're going to only go digital to make it such a large game they cut out consoles. Until everyone is only using BluRay discs in their PCs, get used to it. Especially since last year there was a 52% drop in PC game sales while consoles are on the rise...again. Personally I hate those games that take 5 dvds to install. A lot of people prefer physical copies. Just my 2¢ on the topic.
And Crysis 1 was waaay MORE a sandbox game than Crysis 2. That's what people are saying, me included. It might not be called a TRUE sandbox game at some anally detailed level. Some of us expected a contuining of the wonderful gameplay Crysis 1 gave us, not what's basically yet another CoD clone. Although extremely good looking.
I'm not saying I don't like Crysis 2, but it lacks "it", where Crysis 1 had "it". And Crysis 2 has a lot of "consolifications", such as immortal civilians, hateful save points and no proper save function. There are loads more, but never mind.
And while I'm at it, about being "picky". All those that complained that Crysis 1 was to demanding on hardware: You made games, and the market, worse. Crysis 1, as well as for example Doom 3, was made "futureproof". In effect, impossible to run at higher graphical levels at time of release, so that when you replay the game years later, it could be run with much better visuals. But thanks to all these ignorant complaints, that will not happen again in games, as it leads to bad publicity. Now Crysis 2 will look exactly the same on a new powerful rig 2-3 years from now, as it does on an average rig today.
PS. Once all people on the internet are comfortable speaking my native language, or that of Chaux, or anyone else really, we can start argue about grammar and spelling. Fram tills dess kanske man kan vara lite tolerant.
[Edited by Fawkrin, 3/24/2011 4:10:43 AM]
Can you feel it is a port yes, does it matter not really still a good game and plays well, the suit features works great with the buttons being the way it is.
Overall the game has alot of nice addons to the nanosuit and also weapons seem to have some variations to there setup.
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