Graphically, the game shines. The character models, the environmental detail, the meticulous implementation of great style, shading and color; it’s all worthy of praise. It also helps that this time around, gratis games Crytek opted to blend a natural landscape with an urban one, which leads to an odd yet intriguing marriage of different settings. The only downside is that the PS3 version doesn’t quite have the level of clarity found in the 360 version. From what I saw, though, the differences are mostly minor and shouldn’t dissuade PS3 owners from trying the game. Still, I’m not necessarily blown away by these visuals…despite Crytek’s continual crowing.
Avant-garde technics. After gamers had a somewhat disappointing experience with the high-level Crysis 2 game, Crytek pulled out all the stops for their new ego-shooter. The third title in the series is supposed to present a perfect mix of the first two parts, offering a full Crysis experience. To find out if this statement is true and learn the how much the game demands of a notebook's hardware, read this article.