This new batch of shots from The Crossing, an intriguing game that promises "crossplayer" gameplay, hints at a Counter-Strike style cops-versus-criminals set-up - you can clearly see some bandana-wearing bad guys trading lead lozenges with armor-clad police. Solid details are still scarce but these screens are giving us a few theories about how The Crossing will work.
The Crossing is developed by Arkane, who created Dark Messiah of Might and Magic. Dark Messiah featured a nifty multiplayer
Cyborg Arm Games, an indie developer with the mission to "offer unique first-person shooter experiences for the hardcore gamer at low prices," has released a demo of its game Cry of the Infected.
It bigs up the FPS by declaring it a "unique twist on zombie games," by which it means players assume the role of a zombie - in fact a zombie called Robert. Robert is attempting to track down his wife in a zombie-infested city hit by a
Far Cry developer Crytek is famous for setting the graphical standard of the generation with its stupidly gorgeous Cry Engine 2, which powers its icy jungle FPS Crysis.
We're sure you'll be a bit surprised to see a job ad on its official website then, advertising for a PSP programmer to work in its Budapest office. We don't think they're going to get high-dynamic range lighting working on that machine...
Crytek has responded with "no comment" to queries regarding the latest speculation, on Crysis coming to console, that's doing the rounds.
The latest gossip about the shooter heading to console started off the back of an advert for a PS3 programmer appearing on Crytek's website, the responsibilities of the role including "Cross platform code
Friday 21 April 2006
Just in case you're hungry, here is a handful of oven-fresh screenshots of Crytek's Crysis, a phenomenal-looking shooter from the team behind Far Cry.
Crysis takes place on a chain of stunning tropical islands - the kinds that make Far Cry's look more dull than delicious - featuring more foliage than you can shake a wood chipper at. In among this splendid jungle, disaster is looming in the form of a two-mile-high alien spaceship that's crashed down in the middle of the
Developer Crytek and EA plan to release both a single-player and multiplayer demo of Crysis shortly before the hotly anticipated FPS releases, fansite InCrysis is reporting.
In addition, it's stated the shooter will be out in Q3 2007 - so between July and September - however EA was unavailable to confirm this at the time of
Oct 28, 2007
The highly anticipated Crysis single player demo is finally here. The demo was originally scheduled to release on September 25 before Crytek released a statement announcing that it would be delayed by nearly a month to ensure that the game would be finished on time for its November release.
Our gut told us that the delay might have had more to do with a little game known to some as Halo 3, which was also scheduled to release on September 25, but according to Crytek's Sten
PC Gamer is pleased to present the exclusive first look at the follow up to our 2007 Game of the Year, Crysis. This announcement answers a lot of questions - like why did Crytek cancel plans for a Crysis 1.3 patch ('cause they’re too busy building an awesome new game!) - but asks so many more: Will Warhead be a PC exclusive? Will it run better in DirectX 9 mode? All the answers, plus amazing screenshots and an interview with Crytek's
Jan 10, 2008
Crytek's boss has defended its hardware-hungry FPS Crysis, saying he believes the studio struck a good balance between performance and spec requirements.
"I think an important distinction that many gamers overlooked was that we designed 'medium' settings to look and play great," Cevat Yerli told IGN. "Our 'medium' setting should run great on 70 percent of gaming PCs."
On the defensive, Yerli said that the tendency for many PC gamers is to automatically whack graphics settings to
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