After fourteen years and three console generations I finally had the chance to play Crysis. It's thanks to Xbox Backwards Compatibility. Given how many details regarding this series of games is still being released and being released, I decided to put my 3 points into. Briefly and further I personally felt that this game was an "B" genre shooter.
It was in 2007, when it was released, along with Bioshok was released, along with Half-Life 2 Episode Two and Gears of War, Halo 3 and then Call of Duty4: Modern Warfare and with it I purchased the xbox 360. There was something I could play , and for me the games seemed more enjoyable and significant in their own right. Crysis was pushed aside, and then there was a lapse in time when the second and third part was released and I thought that they are both sequels to each other, thus I did not jump in the franchise. Let me go through the sequence. It is important to understand that the game in 2007 is extremely graphically appealing. Maybe not on consoles but still. On the console, even today, in certain places, it looks pretty good when you properly evaluate its condition and the technological capabilities at the time. An expansive open world which is really an enormous island, on which the action is taking place. I won't repeat the story, only those who have played are aware the story, and those wanting to play will discover the story for themselves. The plot is there it is sometimes a bit banal and boring, but at the very most, it's integral and follows a written script. However, it's served poorly. The dialogues are not synchronized with animations that was created in 2007. Large action scenes are outside the creators' reach. Although in certain places, the scale of the film does not match the scale, the sense of epic grandeur and grandness is not present.
What I loved the most was the wide-open world. Not just because you could travel wherever you like. This isn't FarCry. The game is very clear from mission to mission, however there is a lot of variation. It is possible to go through the jungle in stealth mode to slash out enemies, or sit on a hill and shoot anyone with a sniper rifle. You can even sit in a jeep of the military or on a ship, and shoot using an automatic weapon. There will also include a mission aboard boats and tanks offering a wide the possibility of variety. However, the game is a bit sluggish often in certain areas. The missions are repetitive and eventually resolved through combat. The soldiers arrived at a specific area, fired at everyone, smashed out the jammer or the locator, continued. There are a few exciting episodes, when you are waiting for reinforcements, they have to deal with the same soldiers wearing nanosuits in the night. In the mission of this alien spacecraft is a different psychedelic. It's tedious, boring, and boring. It has huge reference to the movie The Matrix. The impression that Navohudanosor is set to appear and Neo emerges from it. The game features a odd arrangement of checkpoints that are usually far from one another and aren't necessarily rational. The opponents aren't as smart or aggressive, they just consistently and immediately attack you, even distantly and never fail to notice you. However, they're in good health and their conflict of fire can turn out like plastic soldiers. The feeling of a weapon is good and the surroundings are shattered with a flurry of bullets, but there's no motivation. The second half of the game aliens seem more lively however, nothing much helps the situation. Overall, I made it through the game with enjoyment. In certain places, I was shocked, and in others that were extremely discouraged.
This creates an impression that the movie appears to be ambitious however it is a bit rough and appears to be a B-grade action film. It's a little undeveloped here, a little underdeveloped elsewhere and so on. It was beautiful and large-scale however, for me the choice of 2007 was clear and was not Crysis. However, I have a desire to play the second installment is something I've got but I'm probably going to hold off until the time of the re-release of this trilogy. To test this, I decided to try it out to see what I can learn from it. Are you willing to wait for the remaster. What were your thoughts about Crysis and how did you feel when you first played it? Does this game merit being a sought-after title or is a sham marketing tactic?