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Then I advise you to go watch them and stop asking others why they are so obsessed, maybe the trailers and videos will shed some light to your question.

I myself am really not into it but it does look nice and could look like a fun game.
well Iknow about it.

But uber good draphics doesn't seem as if it would add up to this hype.

Then again the physics and all.

I know I know... I should have done that but hey we all learn
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go to gametrailers.com and search for crysis HD videos. also, check out incrysis.com
    
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Let me just say this: I would still be getting Crysis if it looked as graphically spectacular as Quake 3. (yes, I mean 3)

-Open ended movement; approach the situation from wherever, or avoid it altogether.
-Maximum Stealth: Cloak your entire body for brief time. What I find most unique about it is that you can stand still, and it won't consume energy. So you could sit around for an hour waiting for the perfect time to strike...like zergling burrowed.
-Maximum Speed: Allows you to get out of a situation more easily. Far Cry left me in a number of situations where leaving cover meant death. This will make it easier to retreat and heal...although it has great offensive capabilities.
-Maximum Strength: My favorite suit power. Feels a lot like HL2's gravity gun...and maybe even better. Allows you to pick up anything from a bunch of bananas to half a car to a grown man, and then throw it or chuck it at whatever you deem necessary. An earlier glitch (now fixed) allowed players to carry a log in front of them, and soldiers wouldn't notice them.
-Many usable vehicles. Jeeps, APCs, tanks, civilian SUVs, helicopters, boats, etc. I forget all the ones they listed out.
-Fully destructible buildings. I hate the number of games that have used the phrase "fully destructible." Crysis is the first real one. You can blow up all the vehicles, knock down all the walls, rip apart the fences, chop down all the trees, EVERYTHING. Nothing is safe.
-Sandbox 2 is shaping out to be the simplest-to-use level editor ever made. It allows you to make maps much more quickly than something such as Hammer, and can even be used just to mess around. Want to see what happens when 100 aliens meet 100 soldiers? Spawn them all in a pre-made map, then just click start - there's no processing or loading the game, literally the moment you hit start, you are dropped into the game and get to watch all the carnage.
-Graphics actually go beyond anything we've seen in trailers; they've included graphics intended for 2010 hardware, so Crysis will remain the most graphical game even AFTER its release.
-Modify your gun however you want. Change scopes, barrel mods, below-barrel mods (laser, grenade launcher), ammo type (there's a cool one that lets you inject people, then knock them out with a remote control when you deem ready)

That's why I'm waiting for Crysis...
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I'm just wondering if the gameplay is any different then say a common FPS?

EDIT: read spookeds post
I hope not actually. I began owning people on a serious note playing Doom 3 back in the day, and now I set all of my controls for every fps to play as close to that as possible. I'm just way too used to the feel so instead of adjusting to the game, I make it adjust to me.
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Hi

Me and my cousin were talking and wondering?

Why is Crysis a game to obses over?

(i honestly don't follow the latest games so be patient with me)(hardware well thats different )
You are looking it this completely wrong, So I will ask you this:

Why are you NOT obsessed with Crysis?


There is more technology in a single tree of crysis, than the whole game of farcry. Atleast thats what the devs claim.
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post #26 of 68
Theres so many details and physics and all that in Crysis and its pretty realistic.

You just want to throw some chickens at those Koreans.
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You really are the king off pointless off topic posts..............
Crysis is cal-i, trust me, laff. I guess your not, laff.
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post #28 of 68
Why am I excited for Crysis?

One reason- CryTek is making the game. When FarCry came out, it was revolutionary. The engine used for that game was so well-coded, and efficient that it could run very well on any machine, with a decent amount of eye candy. Now with DX10, I am anticipating an engine so advanced that it will blow our minds away.

Oh, and the CryEngine Sandbox looks super fun!
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post #29 of 68
I'm excited about it.

When did Far Cry come out?
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I think people are obsessed with it because it presents a reason to buy next-gen components, besides benchmarks. Which is completely justified for PC gamers. It proves what games will look like in the following years and most of all it presents new hope for PC gaming. Crysis takes PC gaming to the frontline of modern gaming. Robbing the crown from next-gen consoles. And for a pc gamer the feeling is victorious to have such a potentially mind-blowing game for us only.

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Seriously? I just want to throw chickens and laugh. lol

But if it ends up to be an excellent game, there's no argument over it.
I keep hearing about this, will somebody please link the trailer where this happens lol
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