Alongside our own verdict, PC Gamer's published its Crysis 2 review, awarding the shooter 89%.
While PCG says the Crytek FPS does "look and play best on PC", the most interesting part of its verdict is where it claims that "cross-platform development has definitely had an impact" on the PC version.
PCG writes: "Specifically, it's disappointing to see that Crysis 2 makes some absolutely baffling technical omissions.
"The graphics settings menu offers just four areas to adjust: resolution, v-sync, HUD bobbing, and one of three pre-defined quality settings. Why can't I pick what level of anti-aliasing or shadow quality I want in PC gaming's most beautiful game? Quick-saving, too, is replaced by checkpoint autosaves; a developer console was also nowhere to be found."