If you want to play the first one then make sure you have an older os like XP running 32bit because as long as you get ...
9 June 2015
Summary: Be careful when purchasing this trilogy. If you want to play the first one then make sure you have an older os like XP running 32bit because as long as you get the origin key thy don't seem to run in 64bit which i find disappointing but i guess if the other 2 games work then at least i can enjoy...
Summary: Was never a big fan of Crysis, then the trilogy went on sale. I like the game, but I expected it to be a little more controller friendly, which it is not. If you play this, expect to get used to computer controls. Other then that, the game is as good as everyone says.
Summary: I bought this because the sequels look enticing and wanted to get familiar with the story from the beginning instead of diving first into the second or third chapter. But I think I missed the boat on this one. For some reason, Crysis (1) just wasn't doing it for me.
Summary: Install Issues: I purchased this game, and was immediately bombarded with issues installing the program. The program takes a long time to download, and is confusing to install. The secuROM program that is included with this product dampers the value, but I have found that it is not intrusive.
Summary: Straight forward shooter with very little story or plot to make it more than that. Fun to blaze away at the bad guys but the linear storyline keeps it from being a world worth exploring. Graphics and software run great but doe require heavy duty computing power.
Summary: Ok so like others I was having problems running this on windows 7, 64 bit. I got it to work using this solution: This download does not contain the 64 bit files for some reason. You can get them here: [...] (Hopefully amazon wont remove this link.
Summary: I downloaded and the game doesnt start. Just for the future customers, if you have 64 bit windows 7, the pc download version has a 50-50 chance of working by making it compatible with windows vista service pack 2. So get the hard copy if you have a 64 bit windows 7
Summary: One thing to mention, this is NOT really an open world or even sandbox game. I'm not saying this as a complaint, it's just that I saw it being called one so often and was surprised how linear it actually was, so I thought I'd mention it for others.