Summary: Your name is Prophet, formerly Laurence Barnes, and you’ve given up every shred of humanity you once had to battle the Cell Corporation and the Ceph, an alien race hellbent on taking over the world. At the center of it all is an incredible discovery that gives birth to a new type of soldier, equipped with Nanosuits, highly advanced technology that dramatically changes the battlefield.
Summary: Good story. Nice action. A lot of fun can be had as you attack the game
using different strategies (stealth or all out attack).
Can be a little easy to complete the story (even on supersoldier difficulty)
with the use of the bow that allows you to stay cloaked while attacking from
distance. But overall, a lot of fun.
Contrived Plot or Back to what worked - Minor spoiler
Colin Keane, amazon.co.uk
13 February 2014
Summary: having seen Prophet commit suicide in Crysis 2 to enable a suit handover to Alcatraz the next in the series shows him back in his suit and alive (neat trick) Also back is Psycho the brit character from Crysis 1 and hoorah for that.
It's Crysis 2 with more sauce, but EA have served too many ingredients on one dish
30 January 2014
Summary: Let's face it. Crysis 2 was a big step-up to the first game. It was an evolution for the better. A game that maxed out the graphics handling of the PS3. Everything was beefed up; the weapons, environment and characters - plus a wealth of new features such as weapon and suit upgrading. The first thing you'll notice when starting Crysis 3 is that it looks and feels like its predecessor. This is a good thing - Crysis 2 was already excellent.
Summary: Can't understand why this isn't more popular. Graphics are spectacularly good and gameplay is fast and fun.The storyline is barking mad and cliched, with the usual evil corporations led by mad scientists, which may explain why it has not caught the imagination the way other FPS games have, but the science fiction elements at least give it some spectacular scenes and weapons. And how often does an FPS have a black hero teamed with a cockney called Psycho?
Summary: SINGLEPLAYER Crysis has always been an industry benchmark for graphics and Crysis 3 does not disappoint. Even on the PS3, the game looks absolutely stunning. The texture and lighting effects are outstanding and water in particular just looks wonderful. The campaign in C2 was criticised for it's linear and fairly boring nature.
Summary: The first game was awesome, the second one expanded into urban warfare and took things to a new level but this third instalment takes the cup by mixing the best of both. Urban chaos blended with jungle makes Crysis 3 one of the best first person shooters of this generation. Stealthy or full guns blazing, Crysis 3 is a unique experience that makes the player take decisions on what is the best course of action for each scenario.