Summary: Great, but short singleplay, multiplay is dying now that 3 is out; not that that is much of a loss, it plays like a worse version of Call of Duty with its one saving grace being the suit powers. Rent it if you own a console, or wait for a major sale before picking it up on PC otherwise. The graphics are pretty great too, and it's optimized (on PC at least) way better than its predecessor.
Summary: Let’s get the obvious out of the way first: CRYSIS 2 looks great. You would expect stunning visuals from Crytek and they deliver here in spades. Alien-devastated New York feels very realistic as you work your way through the dust and trash that blows in the air. Much has been said about the fact that you have to work our way through the streets rather than roam freely, as was possible in the first Crysis game, and it’s true that C2 is less open-world than the original.
Summary: The installation is okay and the game itself is close to the original Xbox 360 Crysis 2, but this Disk depends on a program call "EA Download Manager". My Problem is that this PC version came not with the original Crysis 2 artwork and case, but an alternative version, yellow border cover with it's crysis 2 clip on the from of the box and stating the word "Classic" on the cover. I assume I was buying what was display on the page.
Summary: Great game. Basically an excellent FPS. The whole story with Alma is almost intrusive but for some people I guess it is interesting. I bought it primarily as a shooter and it did not disappoint. And it was very inexpensive. Worked fine with Win 7 and Nvidia 3D.
Summary: Good graphics, single-player mode works well. Only complaint is a cheap trick by the programming team...SWAAAAAARRRRRRMMMMMMMM! When the system traps you in a location, with no cover to catch a break to assess the problems ahead of you, it gets to the point of absurdity trying to eliminate the opposition while running all the time. The AI is not affected by it's character's movement but your character sure is.