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Crysis 2 - Maximum Edition

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The sequel to the game Crysis.
The army of aliens returns to Earth to destroy all of humanity. On the streets of New York, the epidemic mows people in millions. Chaos reigned everywhere, the city is rapidly turning into flaming ruins. The army and the police are powerless before the newcomers, and the only escape is an option. But if we call on the help of unique technologies, there is a chance to save ourselves and humanity. The hero is the one who has these technologies - and he fights alone, saving the city and people. And he is protected by a unique fighting device - Nanosuit 2.
The game focuses the player's attention primarily on destroying opponents in urban landscapes. The game is replete with clues - points to objects and places that can be used to win in combat, ways to reach the goal in another way.

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Electronic Arts
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, with the latest Service Pack
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo at 2Ghz, or AMD Athlon 64 x2 2Ghz, or better
  • Memory: 2GB
  • Hard Disk Space: 9Gb
  • Video Card: NVidia 8800GT with 512Mb RAM or better, ATI 3850HD with 512Mb RAM or better
  • Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
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Crysis is a well-known Tripple-A Shooter. While not a CoD or Fifa, it is still a mainstream game. Let's Look back at the first Part: The Setting was still the Yjungel there. In the Atmosphere, that made a big Difference. The Gameplay was a bit more complex and you could be more free. The Graphics were still far ahead at the time, only the Performance wasn't as good as in Crysis 2. I can't say Anything about the Story, as unfortunately I couldn't play through it. Let's Jump back to the Future that has already been a long way. The new Setting, the great big City of New York, has put many off-Me hasn't. That was completely irrelevant to me. That the Game became more linear didn't bother me when I played it either. By Now, it still doesn't bother me either, BUT the tactical Possibilities pressed in front of your Lens are enough and fit the Series, but seem almost ridiculous by their Obviousness. There would be something for Creativity that would be desired. In between, it was very linear without being able to drill your own Path. Gun Behaviour, if I am not mistaken, has blunted somewhat, but the Changes caused by Essays have still been very successful. The Story of the Game may not be 0815, but it's not special nonetheless. Those who have not played many Single-players and mainly only those of FPS games will certainly be able to enjoy them very much. In any Case, she is told interestingly. The Multiplayer is really very lame. Has you seen exactly the same way in CoD. The Names Crysis, Crytek and CryEngine all stand for overly strong Graphics and Also this Part is graphically incredibly appealing. Because of the new Setting, you can't quite compare that to the first Part. As mentioned above, the Performance is very successful and even on the lowest Settings it is strong. The Graphics Settings are, if anything, slightly above average, but you don't need more for the Game's Audience either. All in all, it is for such a popular Game still above average as Opposed to games from certain other Companies with huge Budgets. tl; dr-boner giving graphics and alien bashing is good
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I know the Game is far from topical, but maybe my Impression helps one or the other Player. So First Things first: Would I recommend the Game, even if it's in the Sale? Yes, if you're on Hose Levels, thick Creaks and Rumbbles, definitely no, if even with Shooters you Value at least some Freedom of Movement and a not completely irrelevant Story. If you want to know what bothered me in concrete terms, you can read on;D: I just finished the Game and have to say, "I'm disavowed!," because the first Part was better for me in almost all Respects. There was a half-free Game world, no Hose levels like in the second Part. In addition, there are basically only five Types of opponents in the latter, one human and four Types of Aliens, which is a little boring in the Long run. The whole Game world has a much lower Appeal on me than the Island setting of the Predecessor, because with a few Exceptions you fight your way through mushy grey Street Canyons or mostly Low-detail buildings, of course no graphic attitude changes anything ... How horny it was to come out of the Alientunnel In the First Part and see the whole Part of the Island frozen! Unfortunately, scenes like this Didn't gitb for me in Crysis 2. To the Story I don't want to lose many Words: You or rather your Suit is the deepe ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ you are already doing this. I Also missed the free Saving from the first Part painfully, even if the checkpoint system is probably used in most Single-player shooters. I have not yet read a big Point of criticism with other Reviewers: At the Beginning of a Mission, the technical Attachment TELLS you your Mission goals-but almost always Supporting characters in the Radio, so that you can use little to nothing from the latter. Understand what further hurts the already not particularly profound story-maybe also * * * * * no matter. Towards the End of the Campaign you only walk in Camouflage mode through Opponents ' Hordes, Tension did not come up for me. Last But not Least, I often had to deal With Performance problems During the "Cutscenes" between the missions, so that here, too, an Understanding of the Dialogues was difficult-yes, my PC is not overly thick, but the Game itself was mostly fluid and is probably graphically understated. More challenging than the tricolour interlude Banter. Conclusion: A Lot Of what I liked about The first Part (and in Parts of Warhead) is really only inadequately fulfilled by Crysis 2, which is why I would not recommend the Purchase!
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