Earth, 2019. A team of US scientists makes a frightening discovery on an island in the South China Sea. All contact with the team is lost when the North Korean Government quickly seals off the area. The United States responds by dispatching an elite team of Delta Force Operators to recon the situation. As tension rises between the two nations, a massive alien ship reveals itself in the middle of the island. The ship generates an immense force sphere that freezes a vast portion of the island and drastically alters the global weather system. Now the US and North Korea must join forces to battle the alien menace. With hope rapidly fading, you must fight epic battles through tropical jungle, frozen landscapes, and finally into the heart of the alien ship itself for the ultimate Zero G showdown.
You gotta love it when someone says that a certain something sets a standard that’s so high that it can’t “possibly be done on consoles”. No, I’m not talking about Battlefield 3. I’m talking about Crysis. When the first-person Crytek-developed shooter came out in 2007, the team said that the game ran on such a high-end basis that it could never, ever work on a console. Granted, that was a long while back, when the PS3 and Xbox 360 were just getting off the ground in terms of audience, both online and off. The team has since changed their tune, since the sequel, Crysis 2, managed to release just fine for consoles along with PC. After four years, it looks like someone’s ready to eat crow, because not only... Read Review