New drool-inducing Crysis screens

Holy s**t, that's a huge b***h! RUN!!!!!!

If the cries of “Holy s**t!” hadn’t died down from that sneak demo of Crysis on DX10/G80, then they just grew louder after WorthPlaying.com uploaded these six Crysis screens yesterday. Yeah, they’re not video, so they’re not something to get a heart attack over, but the environmental quality is still something to lose spit over.

The plot details revealed in WorthPlaying show that Kim Jong Il must be tired of being ronrey, so very ronrey, because it has the US and North Korea teaming up to stop a terrain-freezing alien invasion (well, there goes plot plausibility). Crytek‘s talk of a unique structure that forces the player to use real-time armor and weapons customization and real-world military tactics make us want to demand the developer to PROVE IT! with a playable demo.

But who are we kidding? Electronic Arts pushed the projected released of Crysis to Q2 2007 (April-June). To quote the article that said that, though, “However, we’re not sure if EA plans to delay the release of these titles as they have made adjustments on their SKU plan.” Oh, poop.

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Holy s**t, that's a huge b***h! RUN!!!!!!

If the cries of “Holy s**t!” hadn’t died down from that sneak demo of Crysis on DX10/G80, then they just grew louder after WorthPlaying.com uploaded these six Crysis screens yesterday. Yeah, they’re not video, so they’re not something to get a heart attack over, but the environmental quality is still something to lose spit over.

The plot details revealed in WorthPlaying show that Kim Jong Il must be tired of being ronrey, so very ronrey, because it has the US and North Korea teaming up to stop a terrain-freezing alien invasion (well, there goes plot plausibility). Crytek‘s talk of a unique structure that forces the player to use real-time armor and weapons customization and real-world military tactics make us want to demand the developer to PROVE IT! with a playable demo.

But who are we kidding? Electronic Arts pushed the projected released of Crysis to Q2 2007 (April-June). To quote the article that said that, though, “However, we’re not sure if EA plans to delay the release of these titles as they have made adjustments on their SKU plan.” Oh, poop.

The drool's running out - Image 1The drool's running out - Image 2The drool's running out - Image 3
The drool's running out - Image 4The drool's running out - Image 5

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