Crysis has long been synonymous with one thing: computer crushing graphics. The fact that “But can it run Crysis?” has become a meme for advanced technology shows as much. But what people often forget is that the original Crysis had an intriguing story, great combat mechanics, and interesting use of open world gameplay that allowed you full range of the tools at your disposal…. Jump inside to read more.
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ORMEntertainment has put together quite an impressive video showing off a mod of Crytek’s CryEngine 3. In the video, ORMEntertainment takes us on a tour through the Titanic, which can only be described as stunning. Sadly, Kate and Leo don’t make an appearance here but that doesn’t make the video any less impressive.
Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! This week we take a detour through the jungle to show you the differences between the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Crysis. This is the first time we’ve put two downloadable titles side by side, but seeing how Crysis pretty much set the bar for PC graphics back in 2007, this Head2Head is well warranted. So jump on in and see which…
Crytek’s remastered version of the original Crysis made its way to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network today, and with its release comes a slew of new gameplay videos. The two videos you’ll find inside are from the PlayStation 3 version and show off the first couple of areas in the game. Let us know what you think.
It looks as if the debut trailer from the upcoming console release of Crysis was from an old build. So old in fact a Crytek team member posted some new screens in the MyCrysis Forums. Check ‘em out inside.
Since the news broke that the original Crysis would be released to consoles some confusion has spread as to where the game could be purchased. Is it an Xbox Live Arcade download? Or is it Xbox LIVE Games on Demand release? Well, the confusion has been resolved. According to Ripten, EA has made it clear that Crysis will not be an Xbox LIVE Arcade release. However, it will be available…
EA & Crytek have announced the original Crysis will be coming to PSN & Xbox Live this October. This “remastered” edition will feature all new lighting, new effects and new Nanosuit controls. Exclusive to the PC since its launch in 2007, a whole new set of gamers will now get the chance to experience “the original, critically acclaimed, Crysis”. Debut trailer inside.
Crytek: ‘We are actually the only engine on the planet, including Unity and Epic, that is 100 percent real time’
Its no secret that Crytek believes CryEngine is the best engine in existence. In fact just a few weeks ago, Carl Jones, Director of Global Business Development for CryEngine, stated that Crysis 2 using DirectX 11 was actually the first ‘next gen’ game. Well in a recent interview, CEO Cevat Yerli had more to say about how awesome their engine is.
As you know, Crysis 2 on the PC received a patch on Monday giving the game support for DirectX 11. Along with the news of the patch, Crytek released a trailer showcasing all the upgrades the patch includes. Today, we came across a boatload of screens and an HD video of the game running at max settings. Take a peak inside and let is know what you think.
Crysis 2 received its DirectX 11 Update today, an update many PC gamers have been waiting for. Some of the improvements DX11 offers the game are; High Quality HDR Post Processing, Improved Water Rendering, High Quality HDR Motion Blur, and Real-Time Local Reflections – just to name a few. Hop inside to see all the improvements shown in the full trailer.
The PC version of Crysis 2 is set to get a patch adding DirectX 11 support. The patch will add numerous visual enhancements for the game. In a recent interview, Carl Jones, Director of Global Business Development for CryEngine, has stated the DX11 patch will make Crysis 2 the first true next-gen game…