Crysis 2 – pc

8.8

Crytek is building Crysis 2 on their new state-of-the-art multiplatform game development solution CryENGINE®3 for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system, the PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system, and the PC.
GenreFirst-Person Shooters
Platforms
pc


DEVELOPER Crytek | PUBLISHER Codemasters | RELEASE DATE


Crysis 2 Reviews pc


8.8

impulsegamer.com review
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8.8

vandal.net review
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8.8

multiplayer.it review
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8.8

gamerevolution.com review
Crysis 2 has done an amazing thing here. It’s a sequel that while borrowing heavily from the first Crysis, plays out absolutely nothing like it and creates its own standalone experience. While most FPS like CoD series or Halo do improve in each iteration, this is one of the few games that dramatically enhances its previous installment. This is the new FPS, the thinking man’s FPS, and I can’t wait to get my second playthrough started.
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8.8

gamereactor.eu review
Crysis 2 has a lot of cool weapons and Nano-upgrades, incredible graphics, great game mechanics and a lot of variations. The single player campaign took me about 13 hours to get through and had tons of action all the way. It would simply be a shame not to call this the best action game so far this year. Crytek have done it again.
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8.8

ign.com review
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8.8

gamers.at review
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8.8

gameinformer.com review
Crysis 2 largely avoids the problems that surfaced during the beta, though there were some hiccups. With no dedicated servers, a few matches were interrupted by the annoying server migration. In my seven hours on the battlefield I occasionally suffered from game-crippling lag, but these instances were rare.
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8.8

everyeye.it review
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8.8

eurogamer.it review
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8.8

pcgames.de review
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8.8

videogamer review
The setting is more than a happy coincidence, of course. Other than taking the occasional liberty when it comes to geographic placement of its landmarks, much of the iconography on display also conjures up powerful images of 9/11, so much so that you don’t quite know where to look when you watch a procession of buildings collapse in the Financial District. Crytek has repeatedly maintained its desires to craft an evocative tale, and to do this it’s ridden the coattails of that history-defining day.
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8.8

cheatcc.com review
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8.8

gamespot.com review
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8.8

pcformat.techradar.com review
The sequel takes that ball and runs with it, sadly. In its efforts to match existing titles, Crysis 2 compromises its character. As an open world sandbox shooter, it could have been something truly special. It feels like the original non-linear creative vision for the game’s been diluted to a thin solution spread over the conservatively scripted end product.
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8.8

eurogamer.net review
The long road through the game, winding its way towards Central Park, lacks variation, but then it was never intended to be a Bond-style rollercoaster ride around diverse global tourist locations. Rather, this was always intended to be a game about a suit, and what that represents. In almost every way that matters then, Crysis 2 is dressed for success.
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