Crysis Board Game Is Crowdfunding With Crytek's Blessing
Would you play Crysis Analogue Edition?
Would you play Crysis Analogue Edition?
GameSpot celebrates Far Cry's 10th anniversary with a look back at the game that started it all.
Crytek confirms you won't be able to play both games online after May 31 as a result of GameSpy's shutdown.
Dead Space, Alice: Madness Returns, FIFA and others are also discounted by as much as 75 percent.
Daniel Hindes breaks down the invisible walls of gaming's boundless open worlds to discover that they do in fact end, and how developers can get creative with those confines.
New PC-only bundle available today through Origin; includes all three games and various expansions.
Free digital copy of 2007 shooter included for those who reserve Crytek's new game; all preorders upgraded to Hunter Edition.
Giant desktop features one-click overclocking option and latest Nvidia graphics card; on sale across Asia for S$2,250 ($1,839) and S$5,900 ($4,825).
This week Cam delves into the world of nanotechnology and investigates the sharpest suit in all of video games!
[UPDATE] Electronic Arts' proprietary Web store lists Crysis 3 before pulling official product page; art hints at return to urban setting; more details to arrive April 16.
EA's digital follow-up to last year's arcade baller drives it home ahead of Payday: The Heist and Crysis.
Crysis--the first game--is headed to the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 seven months after Crysis 2 already debuted. Why? We ask Crytek president Cevat Yerli.
Former PC-exclusive Crysis' console release date revealed; $20 price point confirmed.
Single-player campaign of Crytek's 2007 PC first-person shooter makes console debut as $20 downloadable title; "remastered" title to feature tweaked controls, stereoscopic 3D support.
ESRB, Korean rating board evaluate console versions of Crytek's 2007 first-person shooter.
Check out some of the graphical differences between Crysis 2, Crysis, and Crysis Warhead.
We put our epic rig through a set of strenuous benchmarks to see what it can do.
GDC Europe 2010: Crytek art director shows off some of the impressive technical aspects of its CryEngine 3 and explains the technical hurdles the studio has cleared.
Ambitious HD game-streaming service to debut on PC, Mac during E3, micro-consoles to follow; will cost $15/month; 1080p, 60fps service coming 2011.
DICE 2010: Founder & CEO Steve Perlman puts ambitious game-streaming network through its paces, explains why game consoles and physical media are doomed by a culture of "instant gratification."
Do you want to drive 88mph and time travel? Well you can with the recently released Crysis DeLorean Time Machine v1.0 Mod. Check it out.
GDC Europe 2009: Cevat Yerli speaks about the next iteration of Cryengine and why games aren't going to get any better looking over the next three years.
Q&A: Crytek CEO says developer spent nearly three years of R&D to ensure that Xbox 360 and PS3 editions of first-person shooter series would live up to company's standards.
E3 2009: Hours before its press event, Electronic Arts announces that German developer Crytek is finally bringing its cutting-edge graphics shooter series to consoles.
One month after Warface filing, Crysis creator makes three more USPTO filings for game-related properties.
CryEngine 3, WarioWare: Snapped, DSi, the N-Gage (!), and lots of people in a hurry filled San Francisco's Moscone Center for this year's game-maker insider summit.
Nearly two years after revealing mystery IP, German developer registers title with US Patent and Trademark Office for use with game software.
The four most anticipated mods for the first half of 2009.
Torrent Freak reports 1.7 million copies of Will Wright's "everything" sim were illegally swapped; Sims 2 scores silver, Assassin's Creed gets bronze.
Cofounder and president of Crysis studio discusses why style trumps looks, what tomorrow's games will look like, and why the next visual leap won't happen until 2012.
Crysis developer teams with EA, Nvidia, and UltraPC on budget-line PC capable of running upcoming pseudosequel at "an average frame rate of 30."
News standard says region's interest in action and FPS dwarfed by that of US; Crytek CEO says EU sees shooters as "evil."
Parallel story to Crysis coming this autumn, letting gamers step into the boots of Sergeant 'Psycho' Sykes.
Far Cry developer confirms title of new project set in acclaimed FPS universe...and little else.
Director of the German studio blames piracy for the change of heart, but confirms that Crysis will never come to consoles.
German developer stakes claim on new name for lauded FPS with USPTO trademark application--which gives no indication if the property in questions is a console port.
The votes are in, the results have been tallied, and UK gamers have voiced their opinion in the GameSpot UK Best Games of 2007 Readers' Choice awards.
CEO Cevat Yerli joins lead designer Sten Hubler and producer Bernd Diemer to dissect highly decorated FPS; emphasizes need to stay true to the original vision but retain flexibility.
Activision's military shooter takes top prize, but 2K Games' undersea actioner, Valve's compilation, and MTV/Harmonix's rhythm game also get their props.
Console versions of the technology behind visual stunner Crysis will debut at this year's Game Developers Conference.
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