Crysis 3 for PlayStation 3

Crysis 3

Feb 19, 2013
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About this game

Developer: Crytek
Content Rating: Mature


The award-winning developer Crytek is back with Crysis 3, the first blockbuster shooter of 2013. Return to the fight as Prophet, the Nanosuit soldier on a quest to rediscover his humanity and exact brutal revenge. Adapt on the fly with the stealth and armor abilities of your unique Nanosuit as you battle through the seven wonders of New York's Liberty Dome. Unleash the firepower of your all-new, high-tech bow and alien weaponry to hunt both human and alien enemies. 

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Rutledge DaugetteOct 11, 2013
If Crysis 3 truly is the final installment in the phenomenal series by Crytek, I can sleep soundly. It was a great wrap-up to the games, allowing for stunning visuals, engaging and fast paced combat, and a plotline that covered up all the holes I wanted answers for, on top of thing and pieces of the story (which I won’t reveal) that really threw me a curveball! Do not miss this game, you will regret it.
Matt BertzFeb 19, 2013
Crysis 3’s evolutionary enhancements don’t move the needle for the series very far, but the core nanosuit-based gameplay is still thrilling. If you have a rig that can run the PC version of Crysis 3, I strongly recommend you go this route. The high-resolution textures, realistic lighting, and detailed facial animations gives you a taste of the graphical fidelity we expect to be standard in next-generation consoles.
William SchwartzFeb 19, 2013
Crysis 3 is a great looking and great playing game. Big surprise right. Don’t expect too many changes in the established formula. Instead, it’s the little things that make the big differences in Crysis 3. The new enivronment lends itself well for a more tension filled brand of combat, and the tweaked arsenal of weapons have been hand picked to accentuate this. Giving ever so slightly more color to the single player campaign, makes for a more enjoyable experience.