Crysis via cloud gaming
Step in one of the renowned and high tech nano suits, and unlock a variety of superhuman powers to fight your way through enemies in a compelling first person shooter experience, which takes you through an action packed adventure.
The game is optimised for streaming via cloud gaming on Snoost, so you can play Crysis on Mac, Linux or almost any other PC with one of the major operating systems.
The Crysis series starts with this first instalment, and combines the experience of a regular first-person shooter as well as a long emotional journey, where you grow with your character as you learn new abilities, acquire new weapons and encounter different dilemmas and foes to defeat along the way.
The game developer is German based and is behind one of the then prominent game engines Crytek in the market, and was published by Electronic Arts back in 2007.
Battle your way through a variety of North Korean soldiers and mercenaries with heavy weapons, as the action takes you from one common enemy, to protecting The Earth against an alien invasion. The thrill of jumping from a long travel on war-zone island into a surprise ambush, only to be rescued by your comrade Psycho or your leader Prophet - who both are also wearing nano suits - is definitely making the game a worthwhile experience, and is one of the reasons the reviews have rated the combination of story and action as highly as it has.
Reviews of Crysis
By jalfaro, October 17th, 04:00
Lindo juego para pasar el rato en casa. Todos podemos jugar y pasar un juego de accion. Lindo juego para pasar el rato en casa. Todos podemos jugar y pasar un juego de accion. Lindo juego para pasar el rato en casa. Todos podemos jugar y pasar un juego de accion . Lindo juego para pasar el rato en casa. Todos podemos jugar y pasar un juego de accion
By RuneDalton, October 9th, 14:51
Amazing story for a first person shooter
I remember playing this game when it game out, and at first (since I hadn't watched any trailers) I was impressed with the graphics, concept (of the suit etc.) and dialog - but when story progressed I felt overwhelmed by the developing events and (without revealing any spoilers) kept feeling like I was in a movie struggling against all odds for survival and to beat the enemy.
The controls are really fun to get to know as well, due to the mechanics of the suit, and although it takes some time to master, it feels amazing to figure out a strategy (based on either brute force, stealth or speed) and taking out a platoon of enemies.
This game's story and graphics still hold up to this day, and do not yet feel terribly outdated - Highly recommended for anyone looking for a good first person shooter experience, as well as a great story to dig into.