Conclusion: La nano combinaison est aussi présente dans le mode multi-joueurs de Crysis 2, un mode excessivement proche d’un Call of Duty : Black Ops. On retrouve donc l’aspect RPG, les défis, les Perks, les Killstreaks ou encore la personnalisation des classes. La composante en ligne est composée de six modes de jeu classiques au possible comme le match à mort, la capture de drapeau, l’assaut ou encore l’extraction.
Pros: Un jeu beau, très beau…, Et extrêmement optimisé, Level-design intelligent, Mode multi propre et captivant, Univers sonore de qualité, Campagne solo intense
Cons: Instabilité de l’IA, Bestiaire limité, Personnalisation visuelle timide, Niveaux plus fermés, Héros quasi-muet
Summary: So what do I think of the game overall? Does it matter? Aren't you just going to play it anyway? My only recommendation is that even if you own a console, play this game on a PC to fully enjoy what it has to offer, and finally realise how consoles suck when it comes to FPS gaming.Viva la PC!
Pros: Neat first-person presentation, Great background score, Pretty good campaign
Cons: Suffers from "console simplification", PC graphics should have been better, and releasing a DX11 patch five months late doesn't help
Summary: It was late, but the most important part is that it is here. The DirectX 11 update from Crysis adds plenty of graphical improvements that don’t require the use of a magnifying glass to see. At the highest settings, the game remains very taxing, like Crysis and Crysis Warhead. Thankfully, performance scales much better this time around, across different video cards.
Conclusion: : Crysis 2 is a better value than most games out today. It satisfies the minimum to justify spending money on a new release game, but doesn’t really go above and beyond. Looking back months even weeks from the time of completion, it would look as appealing as other shooters that have come out this year.
Pros: A combination of stealth tactics and exciting firefights while being able to use multiple aspects of the environment to your advantage provides a lot of entertainment and “holy crap” moments. Plenty of fun to be had with dispatching alien and human alike.
Cons: : Too much idle time between combat and not enough to do while exploring off the main path and a broken continuity to the story attempts to supplement stellar gameplay. Multiplayer can yield some debilitating glitches on occasion.
Excerpt: Unlike the previous Crysis entries, you don’t start off in the famous Nanosuit or the elite government agency that uses them. You play a marine named Alcatraz who is being shipped out to New York for a mission that you’re not fully briefed on. En route, you're attacked and the submarine you’re on is sunk by aliens. Barely surviving, you are pulled out of the water by Prophet, the main character from previous Crysis games.
Pros: Beautiful graphics; engrossing story and cut scenes.
Conclusion: After taking a closer look at the long anticipated Crysis 2 and taking the time to beat the campaign as well as dwell in the realm of multiplayer, we have come to appreciate the new and refined version of Crysis . Packed with constant action without a minute to rest, players will enjoy the fast-paced environment.