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: All told, however, Crysis 2 is an extremely empowering action-fest that absolutely deserves your attention. It’s a game that sprinkles creativity and planning atop a heaping helping of chaos, and during this age of mindless Call of Duty clones, it’s exactly what the doctor ordered.
Pros: Nanosuit’s better than ever; surprisingly enjoyable multiplayer.
Excerpt: Having fun is the most important part of gaming. Recently, many titles seem to have forgotten about the fun, instead focusing on time-wasting virtual activities, social time with friends and strangers, building complicated stories and detailed characters, etc. Crysis 2 doesn’t waste it’s time on any of this gloss. Developer Crytek just made a game that is damn fun to play.
Pros: The Nanosuit makes gameplay exciting and thought-provoking. Campaign is fun. Best multiplayer of the year so far. Best graphics of any game. Excellent online leveling system.
Cons: Enemy AI isn’t challenging enough. Weak plot. Sections of the campaign should have time restraints but don’t.
Excerpt: New York City devastated by an Alien virus, the world, as we know it on the verge of total anarchy. What makes the situation even worse the Aliens from the first game are back and this time they look like they are here in force, a full-blown invasion.
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.