Summary: Overall I enjoyed the gameplay as a FPS. The sneaky factor was fun with explosive arrow tips. Villians both human and alien were a challenge but passible, except for the final boss which I never did beat. Lol. Planning on trying the previous versions since this was time I ever played the Crysis series.
Summary: You can't go too wrong with giving the player a suit packed with all sorts of fun toys like stealth, super-strength, super-speed, hacking abilities, etc. and not expect them to have fun. At its core Crysis 3 is built around giving the player a big playground to play around in where they feel both powerful but still vulnerable enough to keep the challenge up. One of the big additions of this game is the new compound bow and it is just an absolute joy to use.
Summary: As you've heard this game has great graphics and tight gameplay. The story mode plays great but somewhat fails to pull you in and make you care much for the characters. I thought Crysis 2's story was better in that department. It's still worth a play through though due to the unique gameplay involving the nanosuit and the awesome weapons available, especially the bow and again the awesome graphics. The multiplayer is highly addictive and fun.
Great - but not so great if you're not fantastic at shooter games
Frank Lopez, Amazon
29 April 2013
Summary: It's a technical masterpiece, really pulled the performance out of my PS3, but it was a little too fast, and too many different options/buttons for an old 60 yr. old like me. This is for the younger, faster crowd. I am probably going back to play Skee-ball.
Summary: In Crysis 3, you play as Prophet, formerly Alcatraz. In this game you are a supersoldier in possession of a powerful suit of armor called the Nanosuit. With this suit, you can run extremely fast, fall from precipitous heights and survive. You can bolster your armor and shrug off damage. Oh, and you can become invisible. That's cool too. Basically the suit makes you feel like a BAMF.
Summary: To start, Crysis 3 has a solid campaign, with a great beginning, middle, and end. It returns to the large lush open areas of the first game and makes a huge impression once to start it up. Additions like the bow and the new hacking mode are welcomed, along with the stunning aged scenery. One thing, and one thing only holds this game back; It's short. I clocked my Super Soldier playthrough just over six hours.