Crysis

September 9, 2011

Crysis Coming to XBL and the PSN!

    PC gamers are going to shed a tear for this one but Cry­tek and EA announced on Sep­tem­ber 9th that the orig­i­nal Cry­sis will becom­ing to Xbox Live and PlaySta­tion Net­works for dig­i­tal down­load in Octo­ber. But don’t be too sad it’s only going to be an “enhanced and mod­i­fied” ver­sion of the sin­gle play­er cam­paign.    Cry­tek will be using the new CryEngine 3 to remas­ter the graph­ics with new light­ing, effects and visu­al opti­miza­tions. Cry­tek also stat­ed that the con­trols for the Nanosuit will be opti­mized along with a fine tuned com­bat sys­tem and full stereo­scop­ic 3D sup­port for total immer­sion into the world of Cry­sis!   Cevat Yer­li CEO of Cry­tek said:  “We are extreme­ly proud of what we were able to accom­plish with Cry­sis. We set out to cre­ate a next-gen­er­a­­tion FPS and deliv­eredRead more…

June 16, 2011

Crysis 2 Gone From Steam

Steam recent­ly removed Cry­sis 2 from it’s online store.  This is rather supris­ing con­sid­er­ing that Cry­sis 2 is one of it’s top sell­ing titles.  The game was appar­ent­ly removed a few days ago when some steam users who fre­quent the site real­ized that it was no longer avail­able for sale.  EA released a state­ment say­ing ” It’s unfor­tu­nate that Steam has removed Cry­sis II from their ser­vice. This was not an EA deci­sion or the result of any action by EA. Steam has imposed a set of busi­ness terms for devel­op­ers hop­ing to sell con­tent on that ser­vice — many of which are not imposed by oth­er online game ser­vices. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, Cry­tek has an agree­ment with anoth­er down­load ser­vice which vio­lates the new rules from Steam and result­ed in its expul­sion of Cry­sis II from Steam. Cry­sis II con­tin­ues toRead more…

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