The Seven Wonders of Crysis 3 is a machinima mini-series that uses the in-game engine to present the events preceding Crysis 3 itself, while showcasing the graphics and gameplay.
(NSFW: Language) A lengthy montage of single player gameplay from Crysis 3. Have a look at the concrete and literal jungle of future New York as well as Prophet’s new weapons.
We’ve had our fill of single-player, so now’s your chance to see how Crysis 3 will look in multiplayer, starting with the cool new, cloaked Hunter mode and the King-of-the-Hill style Crash Site mode.
It barely qualifies as “interactive”, but this playthrough of a mission from Crysis 3 does give you a choice whether to take watch the stealthier approach or go in with guns (and bows) blazing.
Prophet returns to NYC to find it’s been encased under a giant dome by Cell Corporation. While it doesn’t look that different from Crysis 2, we do like the new composite bow and upgraded Nanosuit.
Feeling all played out with Crysis 2? Grab 4 new maps for more multiplayer mayhem starting on 5/17. Check out Park Avenue, Transit, Shipyard and Compound in this sneak preview.
YouTube user Tobuscus – the man who sang about the Dead Island and Halo: Reach trailers – continues to make fun of dramatic video game commercials. Hide in a park and murder people!
Here’s some in-game footage of the PC version. Crytek didn’t mention the specs of the PC they used or if they used the highest graphics settings. You’ll only have to wait ’til tomorrow to find out.
The multiplayer mode of Crysis 2 not only features a variety of weapons that can be customized with add-ons like scopes, suppressors and even an attachment that creates a decoy hologram.
We’ve seen all the teasers, we’ve played the multiplayer demo, now we get to learn more about the story that leads up to the dramatic New York setting in EA’s explosive big-budget FPS.
Along with this trailer, system requirements have been released: 2GHz Core 2 Duo/2GHz Athlon 64 x2, 2 GB RAM, NVidia 8800GT/ATI 3850HD 512Mb RAM. Or you could just get an Xbox 360 or PS3.
If you have any hopes of surviving the deadly invasion in Crysis 2, you’ll need to strap yourself into the Nano Suit, which provides defense, offense, and as the trailer says – plenty of options.
Crytek’s top brass show off the “choreographed sandbox” that is Crysis 2, highlighting the changing battlefield and the varied ways of dealing with enemies using the game’s trademark Nanosuit.
The guys over at Joystiq are kind enough to point out that there’s nothing that looks particularly safe about Central Station’s “safe zone” infested with deadly robots and falling skyscrapers.
GTTV gives us our very first look at the epic New York City battles in the upcoming FPS Crysis 2, and it’s looking awesome. Just one question: Why can’t we have nano-suits for our everyday lives?
EA just released this awesome preview for the upcoming sequel to the hit shooter Crysis. From the looks of it, Crysis 2 takes to the streets of New York City. You’ll definitely want to be a part of it.
Created by a team of three artists, these jaw-dropping sci-fi SFAMs (scenes from a movie) of Blade Runner, Alien and I Am Legend were rendered using Crysis’ CryENGINE 2.
We’ve just learned that Crysis Warhead also comes with a multiplayer component called Crysis Wars; the explosion-laden trailer above has us sold. Not bad for an expansion pack.
These are the latest screens from Crysis Warhead, to be released this Fall. It follows “Psycho”, one of the characters from the game as he explores the other side of the island.
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