Any opinions on Crysis? (how's the AI, how are the stealth mechanics, silent kills?, hated 2's Ceph is this game's enemies mostly human, do you only only fight aliens during the last third of the game or do human enemies come back?) ^^my most recent post asks questions in more detail
#22LunarKnightsPosted 2/13/2013 1:01:16 AM
Don't ever buy games on Xbox live demand. You'll find a better deal on Amazon T.T --- Gamer Tag: LionheartFLCL 3DS: 2621-3481-6230
#23beautifuldreamsPosted 2/13/2013 2:01:44 AM
I could see Gears 1 GoD codes dropping below $3 on amazon/ebay once all the Judgement buyers get their free code --- nyuuuuuuuuu~
#24beautifuldreamsPosted 2/13/2013 2:04:49 AM
Crysis 2 was way better than 1. iir the last few levels are all aliens, but then my brain is tryin to forget my crysis 1 experience --- nyuuuuuuuuu~
#25popping4itPosted 2/13/2013 2:11:03 AM
lol. get dust Elysian tail --- Ravens WORLD Champions, Flacco = ELITE Still hoping for a Shenmue 3.
#26DaLaggaPosted 2/13/2013 5:54:09 AM
Well, Metro 2033 is a much better shooter than Gears by a longshot. The atmosphere is amazing and it easily has one of the top SP FPS campaigns this generation. As far as Crysis goes, the original was far superior to the sequel. Crysis 2 mostly took place in a linear corridor while Crysis 1 was much more open and allowed for a lot of planning and different approaches to be made. And for an open world game, the AI is top notch (better than stuff like Far Cry 3, Just Cause 2, etc.).
It really depends on what you're looking for. Do you want a linear but very atmospheric game? Go with Metro 2033. If you'd prefer a much more open FPS with tons of different ways to play it, go with Crysis 1.
#27ScymitePosted 2/13/2013 8:15:13 AM
I loved Crysis 1, but I haven't gotten around to playing Crysis 2, so I personally can't compare, but from asking other people here on gamefaqs, the general consensus was that Crysis 1 is better than 2 - it's more open-world and less linear. In Crysis 1, the majority of the game is humanoid enemies. --- "I always found it both amusing and oddly appropriate that the rhetoric of the Information Age ended up being so... binary." -- Time_pants