Backwards compatibility mode engaged.
Early Access coming soon.
A company refocus.
In a multimillion-dollar partnership, Amazon is in a licensing deal for CryEngine 3.
It was all primed and ready to go, but it will apparently never see the light of day. What a shame.
Long live Laurence Barnes. I completed Crysis 3 in one long, sweaty-palmed sitting. I feel as though it's significant to mention this, not as some lazy way of critiquing its length-to-price ratio, but as a…
What does overgrown New York City have on regular, ol’ New York City? Sniping aliens and electrified arrow tips might do the trick.
It’s awards season and Crytek are in the thick of it with this daring combat weave.
Crytek wouldn’t dare leave you to fend yourself with a measly bow and a quiver of arrows in Crysis 3. No, the Typhoon will make sure that you’re a powerhouse that nobody wants to mess with.
Make Crysis 3. ???. Prophet. At EA's New Year's Eve event, they showcased a number of titles but saved Crysis 3 for last in their presentation. A visual heavy-hitter from Crytek known to strain PCs,…
You know a game is going to be hardware demanding—and beautiful—when its developer releases three sets of specs for running the game at various levels of intensity.
The first two Crysis games were commercially and critically well-received, but even that hasn’t been enough to make the series financially successful.
I guess that’s the answer for EA.
$60 is a hulluva lot.
Because soccer moms don’t like guns.
Confident are we?