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#2creepjackPosted 9/9/2011 10:41:18 AM
It's a lot more open than Crysis 2. It's pretty good.
#3Dark_SpiretPosted 9/9/2011 11:18:15 AM
if you liked farcry then youll like crysis. simple as that. --- My PC screen shots-http://s402.photobucket.com/albums/pp109/Darkspiret/ Currently playing: Deus Ex: HR - Infamous 2
#4MurderDeathKillPosted 9/9/2011 12:25:51 PM
The level design is far more open than Crysis 2, and as long as they don't mess with the nanosuit abilities too much, you'll be able to be a lot more creative with abilities than in Crysis 2. More memorable characters than Crysis 2 (hell yeah, Psycho & Nomad). The game didn't hold your hand and point out "grenades here" and "sneak there" like in Crysis 2. The Ceph weren't just soldiers with different models like in Crysis 2.
Only thing I worry about is how the console versions will handle the massive amounts of foliage that was in the PC version, because Crysis 1 took place in a jungle and made you FEEL like you were in a jungle.
#5oasisbeyondPosted 9/9/2011 12:34:09 PM
Much more open, but also very slow paced. The combat isn't that great and the AI also. Then again Crysis 2 was like that too but more linear and scripted, but it did have some crazy parts and design too. It's like Far Cry 1 pc meets a few powers that don't really respond fast enough to keep the game's action moving. So you end up using stealth most of the time. They need to fix that in part 3, make the combat instant flowing, and you can change at anytime you want.
I doubt it will look that good on consoles though, it's still a heavy game to run for my computer and I run anything today on max at 30 fps.
#6JKSonicPosted 9/9/2011 12:37:17 PM
Crysis 1 is basically FarCry 1 with a nano suit...
Personally I just couldn't fully get into it. Despite it being a sound game it just wasn't for me. --- "You shouldn't be asking HOW things are, given that we already know there is something..but rather WHY things are, as opposed to there being nothing."