Crysis 3 – EA Games – Review, Specs, Requirments, Wiki



The fate of the world is in your hands. New and old enemies threaten the peace you worked so hard to achieve 24 years ago. Your search for the Alpha Ceph continues, but this time you’ll also need to expose the truth behind the C.E.L.L. corporation. It won’t be easy, but your Nanosuit helps you clear a path to victory. Craft a stealthy attack to defeat your opponents quietly, or decimate the enemy with a blaze of brute force. There’s no wrong way to save the world.

Crysis 3 Features:

Crysis 3 - Review & Download

Master the Seven Wonders. The evil C.E.L.L. corporation turned New York City into a sprawling urban rainforest housed in a giant nanodome. Devise new tactics to fight your way through seven distinct landscapes and confront the enemies hiding within.

Choose your arsenal. This fight requires the best weapons available. You’ll have an arsenal stocked with Earth’s finest military tools, like the Predator Bow. Use it to unleash a Super-thermite arrow and counter heavy artillery fire. Facing a group of opponents walking through water? Fire just one Electro arrow and defeat them all at once. .

Assess, adapt, attack. Choose your path and approach. Fight with guns blazing and make the most of your Nanosuit’s superior technology. Or opt for stealth and use the Nanosuit to become the silent savior the world has been waiting for.

The Digital Deluxe Edition includes:

• The Crysis 3 Hunter Edition — Instantly unlock the Predator Bow, a bow skin, attachment and the hunter Nanosuit mod. You’ll also unlock the delightful Explosive Arrow: silent to fire, but lands with a big boom.

• The Overkill Pack — Unlock the Typhoon assault rifle and unleash destruction at 500 rounds per second. Not enough? Use Rapid-Fire Nanosuit mod to boost your rate of fire even further.

• Gauss Rifle Unlock — Get your hands on this electromagnetic long-range rifle and one extra skin, and watch enemies crumble with a single shot.

• Crysis series soundtrack — Relive the glory of taking back Earth long after you’ve completed the game with the official soundtrack.

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The developers describe the content like this:

This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work: Frequent Violence or Gore, General Mature Content


OS: Windows 7 or Windows 8
Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo / 2.7 GHz AMD Athlon 64X2
Memory: 3 GB RAM
Graphics: 1 GB Video RAM or better / NVidia GTS 450 or AMD Radeon HD5770
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 17 GB available space
OS: Windows 7 or Windows 8
Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core i5-750 / 2.7 GHz AMD Phenom II X4 805
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 1 GB Video RAM or better / NVidia GTX560 or AMD Radeon HD5870
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 17 GB available space

Crysis 3 – Steam Review

Just glad Crysis 3 is now available on Steam, however, what I’m disappointed was that it requires EA online activation and Origin client software installation which really baffles me… A single player game shouldn’t need a DRM at all! But if you’re an old-time Crysis fan, I recommend this game.

Never thought I’d see the day where I could finish my Crysis collection on Steam! At an entry discount of 67% off, this is an absolute bargain too. Crysis 3 along with the second game may forever live in the original’s shadow but this will remain a very underrated title and another phenomenal technical achievement from the CryEngine.

The game follows on immediately from the events of Crysis 2 and everything from mechanics to the weapon selection feels familiar as does the gameplay. The visuals on the other hand are a monumental leap and considering this is a game from 2013, they still look utterly incredible. It is staggering at times. The atmosphere and environmental effects really add to the experience also.

Crysis teaches you compassion for others and self-appreciation because your elderly tour guide was once a war hero who is now, unfortunately, suffering from whiny episodic withdrawals. See – he longs for the days of his University mascot costume (Go Raptors!) because it allowed him the pleasure to go maximum commando underneath without drawing much ire from the public. Ah, the freedom of the willy dongle. Sadly, this did not last as he was caught and charged with two counts of indecent exposure after a drunken night at the local Lingshan Bingo Hall. They “skinned” him, as he mutters during literally every cutscene, and proceeds to cry for 45 minutes.

In terms of the story, I think it’s pretty intriguing once more and the characters are likeable and interesting. The combat does lack a bit of punch and stealth is OP once again but on the whole, this is a superb FPS. Origin is a requirement sadly so you will need to link an existing account or create one to access the game. Still a must buy!

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