Summary: A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun. How we score: The Destructoid Reviews Guide
Excerpt: Crysis 3, What can we write about this one? Well, let’s start with the story. 20 years after the events from the previous Crysis we get to see how Psycho, the protagonist from Crysis: Warhead, leads a group of rebels against the paramilitary organisation CELL to free you, Prophet.
Conclusion: Crysis 3 is easily one of the most anticipated games of 2013. It runs on the CryEngine 3.5 and like other games in the franchise, it has managed to earn a reputation for its high system demands and graphics beyond what any other game at the time could possibly put out.
Excerpt: Running and shooting and jumping and shooting. What you have there is pretty much the pure distillation of the majority of video games, which might explain why first person shooters (FPS) have given the industry some of the most popular franchises.
Excerpt: Torrential rain spatters beautifully across your screen as a small covert team of modern day warriors, led by our old Crysis favourite, Psycho, strafe across a cargo ship. Your PC instantly grinds under the pressure.
Pros: Pretty, Pretty on Low End PCs, N.S.P.B.A.S.C. Bow
Cons: Not open world enough, Doesnt Use NYC Setting, Suit Upgrades, Meh
Excerpt: The third iteration in Crytek's open-ended shooter series is here. Prophet once again takes the lead as earth's defender against an invasion of the alien Seph. Crysis 3 keeps the tactical action from its predecessors intact while giving players more abilities to make you feel more powerful than ever...
Pros: Stealth hunting with the combat bow, Feeling like a super soldier, Unique feel of the competitive multiplayer
Cons: The story and characters are forgettable, Multiplayer performance issues, Enemies spot you way too easily
Excerpt: Crysis has never really been about the story. After three games in the series, it's become increasingly clear that the reason to play these games is for the computer-melting graphics and the feeling of being a walking tank.