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Post by simul @ 07:01pm 18/01/08 | 18 Comments
Rumors are coming in that Crysis, originally a PC exclusive, is coming to Sony's console. Some members of the social networking communities are debating the claim, however the source for the news looks quite convincing.
Even before the PC version released, rumours of a PS3 conversion of the stunning Crysis (developed by Far Cry creators Crytek) were rife, and not far off the mark if insiders at the studio are to be believed. The game looks to be a port of the PC original plus some extra modes and features, a kind of Crysis 1.5.
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drady
Posted 05:15pm 21/1/08
crysis is a total let down with performance issues and s*** game play, i seriously doubt sony will want to pick up this pile of crap. the pc version has bugs galor and they can't even get it run on dual core 64bit processing properly.
bigstylz
Posted 11:21am 24/1/08
ever wondered how the 360 and ps3 have such good graphics with realy stuf all ram.
now saying that wile the games are being played the consols are constantly reading
from the dvd or blue ray. this is why thay dont need much ram they dont load the
hole game or store the hole game on ram they ceep loading little bits at a time.
this is the ps3s advantage with blue ray having 50gig of game storage theoreticly
the ps3 can produce much larger maps with more detale. i am positive the 360
has the moast number crunching power but this is the 360s downfall. lets hope
M$ start to make HD DVD games. with blue ray and HD DVD having the same disk
capacity.
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