Summary: Not a gamer. I've had this game sitting around, unopened, since early 2011. Only reason I finally installed it is to test my new graphics card (GTX 750 Ti). Game looks good (after latest patches), but slightly cartoony/cell shaded in certain areas (Ceph, for instance). Story and gameplay are way too similar to Half Life 2...only difference is the nano-suit.
Summary: Good single player game too bad no more online play because the server had been taken down never got a chance to play online they should change the description to single player instead of multi
Summary: I read the reviews and bought this game because I really wanted to buy Crysis 3, but wanted to play this one first to get a sense of the game. Well the game itself is great. I enjoy a wide variety of single player FPS, and this one is no exception. Rather thin on the storyline, very linear in play (as in, you cannot really veer off the storyline to go "explore" the world), but other than that, a good romp.
Summary: Admittedly I'm a little late coming on board with Crysis 2... I've read the previous reviews and noticed a lot of mixed opinions on the game, so far that reason I decided to hold off until it hit the bargain bin. Typically when a game starts getting mixed reviews like that, my experience is that the game will end up being a mixed bag of both good features and areas that need improvement. Actually my experience with this one has been that of being pleasantly surprised.
Summary: I downloaded the game twice through Amazon, and couldn't get it to install. First time the download was corrupted, and apparently the folks who wrote the Amazon download manager didn't think to break large downloads into smaller pieces if a piece get's corrupted. The second time I downloaded it, the game installed but wouldn't accept my authorization code without downloading Origin, EA's Downloadable Rights Management program which has a handful of other "features".