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LOL Killstreaks rewards and Perk systems... AHAHAHAHAHA. Way to show your un-original and a copy cat of COD. Goes to show, who it's being oriented too.
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Words don't mean anything. They can say whatever they want. In the end, judgment will be passed based on the final release of the game, and that alone.
Are you saying that the lack of DX10/11 and the original "press start" screen make it a console port?

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Freakin winsauce. This makes me want to play through Warhead again.
Edited by Domino - 3/21/11 at 5:57pm
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Originally Posted by CovertCover View Post

Crysis (the original), while it was graphically stunning, gameplay was stagnant and boring.
Hint: Its not supposed to be played like a run and gun (COD)

I had a blast playing it, but I am a sucker for good stealth assassin games.
    
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Hint: Its not supposed to be played like a run and gun (COD)

I had a blast playing it, but I am a sucker for good stealth assassin games.
Hint, both games (COD4 and Crysis) came out at the same time (November 5th and 13th respectably). Seeing as how awesome the visuals on Crysis were, I decided to pick it up. Stopped playing it probably 2 hours later, not because its a bad game. Just cause the story was crap and gameplay was even worse.
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Hint, both games (COD4 and Crysis) came out at the same time (November 5th and 13th respectably). Seeing as how awesome the visuals on Crysis were, I decided to pick it up. Stopped playing it probably 2 hours later, not because its a bad game. Just cause the story was crap and gameplay was even worse.
I dont know why you bring up the release date of COD4, but whatever.

While the story is nothing amazing I strongly disagree with the gameplay. I suggest watching Nanosuitninja on youtube. He will teach you how to play Crysis.

http://www.youtube.com/user/NanosuitNinja
    
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Are you saying that the lack of DX10/11 and the original "press start" screen make it a console port?
My primary judgment will be passed on graphics. I don't care if it says "press start" or if it is in DX9, as long as it manages to have graphics better than the original, I will get it. Gameplay is obviously a factor as well, but come on. What comes to you mind when you hear "Crysis"?

And FYI, Crysis 1 in DX9 mode Very High looks nearly 100% identical to DX10 mode Very High. See the comparisons here:
http://www.gamespot.com/features/6182140/index.html
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When he only said higher resolution as a PC tech exclusive, I like FFFFFFFFFFFF.
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I dont know why you bring up the release date of COD4, but whatever.

While the story is nothing amazing I strongly disagree with the gameplay. I suggest watching Nanosuitninja on youtube. He will teach you how to play Crysis.

http://www.youtube.com/user/NanosuitNinja
Because you said "Don't play the the game like COD" (taken verbatim) which was a WWII shooter at the time. Not the modern warfare crap that it's turning out to be.

How the hell would I know how COD played when I picked up Crysis?
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The debate isn't about the story amazingly. It's 13hrs+ long!
So what will make Crysis 2 a great or bad game? Seems to rest on graphics for many.

I want awesome graphics too, but we have to give credit to Crytek for creating a better singleplayer experience also. I haven't heard of one person who played the game said the single player sucks or was generic.
This. I want good gameplay. This is the primary reason I didn't ever spend more than $1500 on a gaming machine. A decent CPU and a fairly high end GPU with ample ram and a decent monitor. Because you realize that you can't stand the thought of having less and realizing that you'll never have a game touch on what your rig can theoretically handle if you spend all your money on having the best.

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Did anyone care to notice that the GTX 580 only got around 89 frames a second on max settings... in DX9? Everyone says that the game "was expected to be in DX11, not coded with DX11 to be added on top". Grow up already. Know that not everyone has a DX11 capable GPU and that the engine is so successful and optimized that a CONSOLE CAN PLAY IT WITH GOOD FRAMERATES. That's what he was saying in the video, they saw the flaws with the previous engine, that no other game ever used it after seeing how horrid it was for gameplay, and perfected what the engine was capable of.

The lot of you need to open your eyes and see that there are games that look fantastic and don't require the best that money can buy and stop complaining when the last game doesn't stress your rig like it's predecessor. The engine wasn't optimized worth crap, this is why you needed to have a very powerful computer in order to run it at full settings.

How many times will the few of us have to tell the rest of you all that this game WILL look better than it's predecessor when it fully releases?!
     
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My primary judgment will be passed on graphics. I don't care if it says "press start" or if it is in DX9, as long as it manages to have graphics better than the original, I will get it. Gameplay is obviously a factor as well, but come on. What comes to you mind when you hear "Crysis"?
Crysis 2 is the best looking game to date.

Sorry, I thought you were on of those PC elitists who won't get Crysis2 because it lacks DX10/11. ._.

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And FYI, Crysis 1 in DX9 mode Very High looks nearly 100% identical to DX10 mode Very High. See the comparisons here:
http://www.gamespot.com/features/6182140/index.html
Known this this a few month after it was released. Never said it didn't.
Edited by Domino - 3/21/11 at 6:50pm
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