Conclusion: Crytek has removed the multiplayer component, but I doubt many players would have played it even if it had been offered, so that was probably a smart move. Other than that, Crysis is exactly what it was four years ago, for better or for worse. The nanosuit is just as easy to play with, but the shooting is definitely more suited for PC controls.
Pros: Still looks good, nanosuit works well, more variety than most shooters.
Cons: Aiming mechanics feel like they are still for PC, pretty darn difficult because of it.
Conclusion: Overall, the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV delivers a great experience but under the right circumstances. If you have a very high-end computer, then you can thoroughly enjoy this title, but only if you don't encounter one of the big number of errors that our users reported. While it does have a lot of features the console versions didn't, like the video editor or the 32-player online mode, it does face its users with a lot of problems.
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