Memories of bouncing across the crystal-blue oceans in 2004's incredible sleeper hit shooter Far Cry brings us back to our happy place. But images from the maker's follow-up, Crysis, makes those memories seem quaint in comparison. Seeing Crysis in motion, well, sadly those fond memories are now planted firmly in "happily ignorant" territory.
Crysis shares the remote island jungle setting with its predecessor, but that's about it. Stemming from an unforeseen meteor strike in 2019, US and North
Everywhere you turn at E3, you hear someone talking about just how amazing Crysis looks. But don't take their word for it - see it for yourself. This first person shooter, from the developers of Far Cry, features some of the most advanced technology and artistry in game visuals. You'll be cheating yourself if you don't check out this amazing gameplay video right now - just click on that "movies" tab up
Thursday 26 October 2006
This amazing gameplay footage from PC super-shooter Crysis shouldn't show you anything new - unless you've been living in a box under the sea for the past two years - but it'll still blow your mind from here to next Tuesday with some truly gobsmacking jungle-based blasting and a teasing glimpse of the brittle ice-world at the centre of Crysis' pacific island locale. Hit the movies tab and enjoy.
With you fighting both a trigger-happy Korean army and a horde of
Wednesday 5 December 2006
Crysis, the next-gen-tastic PC shooter from Far Cry creator Crytek, will launch "later than planned," as the developer takes extra time to create "the experience you expect" from the stunning jungle-based alien blast-fest, according to Crytek president Cevat Yerli.
But Yerli promises - in a statement posted on gaming fansite InCrysis - that Crytek is burning the midnight oil and beetling away to deliver Crysis "in the earliest timeframe that meets [Crytek's] high