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Name: Crysis 3
Release date: February 19, 2013
Platforms: PC, X360, PS3
Genre: FPS

Description

Crysis 3 is a first-person shooter developed by Crytek and is the final installment in the Crysis series. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic New York City, with its environment combining jungle and urban landscape. Its story revolves around a bio-dome around New York developed by an antagonist mega-corporation, as well as alien involvement later in the game.

The gameplay revolves around semi-nonlinear levels filled with various enemies, which the players can fight with many ranged weapons, including a high-tech bow. They can also use the nano-suit, a high tech body armor that the player character is encased in. With nano-suit, players can increase their strength, durability, or speed, as well as make themselves invisible, all for short amounts of time. Weapons are also customizable. The game also has a multiplayer section with eight game modes to choose from, ranging from standard to unconventional, like the Hunter mode.

Recommendation

Crysis 3 has been praised for its (even nowadays) fantastic production values, with graphics being the most standout feature. It has also been liked for its more open map design and gameplay possibilities. On the other hand, many players were disappointed with a lack of a more profound story and particularly the game length, which with most players ends at around 7-8 hours. Many players felt that such a length is not acceptable in a 60 $ title.

We recommend this game to anyone with love for beautiful video game graphics (if you have at least a high average PC, it should work fine nowadays), as well as those who are busy and don't mind the shorter game length.

Metacritics Rating: 76 (PC)
Our visitor's rating: N/A
Average playtime: 7-8 h

Our recommendation

Buy if you want a fun and beautiful, yet a very short FPS with poor story.

Description

Crysis 3 is a first-person shooter developed by Crytek and is the final installment in the Crysis series. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic New York City, with its environment combining jungle and urban landscape. Its story revolves around a bio-dome around New York developed by an antagonist mega-corporation, as well as alien involvement later in the game.

The gameplay revolves around semi-nonlinear levels filled with various enemies, which the players can fight with many ranged weapons, including a high-tech bow. They can also use the nano-suit, a high tech body armor that the player character is encased in. With nano-suit, players can increase their strength, durability, or speed, as well as make themselves invisible, all for short amounts of time. Weapons are also customizable. The game also has a multiplayer section with eight game modes to choose from, ranging from standard to unconventional, like the Hunter mode.

Recommendation

Crysis 3 has been praised for its (even nowadays) fantastic production values, with graphics being the most standout feature. It has also been liked for its more open map design and gameplay possibilities. On the other hand, many players were disappointed with a lack of a more profound story and particularly the game length, which with most players ends at around 7-8 hours. Many players felt that such a length is not acceptable in a 60 $ title.

We recommend this game to anyone with love for beautiful video game graphics (if you have at least a high average PC, it should work fine nowadays), as well as those who are busy and don't mind the shorter game length.

CRYSIS 3 DLC LISTarrow

Note: We are only showing paid DLC at this time. Free DLCs will be added at a later date.

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What does it add?

It adds four new multiplayer maps, two new multiplayer modes, and two new weapons for the multiplayer.

Buy this if:

  • If you're very passionate about Crysis 3 multiplayer
  • Otherwise, we don't think this is a good deal considering the price asked

Usual price: 14.99 $
Release date: Jun 4, 2013
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Platforms: Classic store price: Key store price:
Standard Edition PC, X360, PS3 9.99 $ 9.04 $
Digital Deluxe Edition PC, X360, PS3 14.99 $ N/A

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If you are buying on these stores, we have a few recommendations to follow:

  1. Just know there is a tiny risk. Either your purchase will fail and you will use your money, or that the key you recieved won't work. It has never happened to us or anyone we know, but it has certainly happened to a number of people on the internet. That is partly the nature of the business, partly un-consumer business practices of some of the stores. In 99.9 % of cases, the purchase will be ok, but sometimes it won't.
  2. If the price is not cheaper on key stores (it almost always is, though), then we recommend to buy from the traditional, established retailers.
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