E3: Crysis Video
Crysis is a sci-fi shooter for the PC due in the fall of 2007 from Crytek, the creators of Far Cry. The game's CryEngine 2 graphics engine--as shown in this demo--could definitely make you shed a tear or two.
Today on preGame, we'll take a look at the multiplayer modes of two highly anticipated shooters, Medal of Honor and Crysis 2.
Crysis, a forthcoming first-person shooter, is being developed for EA. The release date of the PC game is unknown, but a playable version should be on hand at the E3 show in May 2006.
Velocity Micro's Edge Z15 represents one of the best deals we've seen this year in midrange gaming PCs. It has all the power necessary to play current games (even 'Crysis') at smooth frame rates, and its clean, spacious interior gives you plenty of upgrade room. We recommend this system to any PC gamer looking for a sub-$2,000 desktop.
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In Crysis 2, players must face off with a military that wants you dead, all while surviving an alien invasion in New York City.
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