Where’s Game Front’s Crysis 3 Review?

UPDATE: Right here!

Ever since its inadvertent reveal in April 2012, gamers have been dying to see the PC-melting powers of Crysis 3. While the console version of the game is also important, we decided that to not review Crysis 3 on PC would be a sin.

Game Front’s Ben Richardson will gain access to the PC version of Crysis 3 when it releases next week, Feb. 19. As a result, our review will be a little late, but here at Game Front, we’d rather ensure we deliver a fair and thorough analysis than squeeze out the equivalent of a “FIRST!” comment.

So check back soon to catch Ben’s Crysis 3 review and let us know what you think in the comments.


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3 Comments on Where’s Game Front’s Crysis 3 Review?

Evernessince

On February 15, 2013 at 8:58 pm

Would much rather have a good review over a few quick comments. I would like to see how this crysis turns out compared to the last one. I know this won’t be included in the review but just like if you guys could note a few things from my crysis 2 play experience.

A good question would be: Are they actually going to support the multiplayer in the long term? It was disappointing to find that a month after crysis 2′s release that I could no longer enjoy playing online due to rampant hackers. Another anomaly is whether the multiplayer has been made more stable. I could not play that game at all in college due to the fact that crysis 2 used an odd protocal for multiplayer.(not to mention EA didn’t even give me my game for a week after release for a pre-order) Hopefully the single player isn’t as generic and boring and the second, and that they reduce the crazy hitbox size. Last, multiplayer maps need to be bigger. It appears that they are trying to rip off of COD so bad that they are ruining any affection I had left for crytek (nothing left for EA).

Tiagonal

On February 16, 2013 at 8:20 am

Saying ‘EA!’ in my country means “what a pityful shame on you!”.

Brian

On February 18, 2013 at 9:11 am

It’s always nice to read a review that’s hasn’t been rushed out of the door, which seems to be a growing trend in game reviews these days. Good on you, GameFront! While I personally can’t wait for Crysis 3, I want to wait for the reviews to come in before I buy.