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Crysis 3 (PC DVD)

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  • Platform:   Windows 7 / Vista / XP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B00B49C7OS
  • Release Date: 22 Feb. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 943 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

Assess, adapt, attack

Assess, adapt, and attack
Assess, adapt, and attack. view larger
Hunt your friends online
Hunt your friends online. view larger
Powered by CryEngine 3
Powered by CryEngine 3. view larger
Use the lethal Predator Bow
Use the lethal Predator Bow. view larger
One city, seven Wonders
One city, seven Wonders. view larger
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Detailed, decayed urban jungles. view larger
Unique terrain and new enemies
Unique terrain and new enemies. view larger

Suit up! Use the enhanced Nanosuit to assess, adapt, and attack every situation and experience tactical freedom in the premiere sandbox first-person shooter game. Master the power of the Nanosuit. Armour, speed, strength, and the ability to cloak are the ingredients of the most effective tactical combat armor ever created.

Enhanced Nanosuit
  • See everything: instantly identify and evaluate all tactical opportunities and targets
  • Fists of fury: get up close and impersonal for silent melee kills
  • Book it: out-flank, out-race, and out-manoeuvre the opposition
  • Maximum strength: throw your weight around by throwing enemies
  • Cloak engaged: vanish in broad daylight with active camouflage
  • Jump in: augmented jumping power for vertical assaults

The hunt is on

Assume the role of Prophet in a campaign to save mankind against human and alien forces in the challenging environments of the NYC Liberty Dome. Hunt with your Nanosuit online in eight multiplayer modes including the new thrilling Hunter and fan favourite Crash Site modes. Wield the signature Nanosuit and advanced weaponry to take down your prey and prevent mankind's extinction.


Cursed with visions of a catastrophic future for mankind, Prophet returns to New York City determined to battle the corrupt Cell Corporation and the alien Ceph. No longer the hunted, Crysis 3 arms players with high-tech weaponry including the upgraded signature Nanosuit, fantastic new alien weapons, and a new silent tactical, high-tech composite bow to become the deadliest hunter on the planet. Assess, adapt, and attack!


The Crysis 3 multiplayer features 12 open maps and eight different modes, including the thrilling new Hunter Mode and the return of fan favourite Crash Site. Choose your loadout, weapons, and Nanosuit upgrades carefully because your opponents will show no mercy. Multiplayer supports up to 16 players on PC and 12 on consoles.

Lethal weapons

A dangerous new world demands fearsome weapons like the new Predator Bow or the deadly Typhoon Projectile Minigun. If human technology doesn't suit you, go for high-tech alien weaponry, including the devastating Ceph Plasma Destroyer or the merciless Reaper Cannon. The adaptive warfare of Crysis 3 demands unconventional weaponry. Adapt to any combat scenario utilising the Compound Bow, a powerful extension of the Nanosuit's technological capabilities. Fight fire with 500 rounds fired each second with the Typhoon, the latest in military engineering. Carve a path out of anything using the extraterrestrial ordinance of the Ceph. In Crysis 3, the best tactical options are forged with customisable next-generation firepower.

Predator Bow

A lethal, high-powered composite bow that can be fired while cloaked. This deadly bow can be equipped with multiple arrows ranging from explosive tips to electrically charged arrowheads.

Tactical arrows
  • Thermite: time-delayed explosive for stealthy destruction
  • Air burst: no cover can keep enemies safe
  • Electrostatic: strike and stun your foes with high voltage
Typhoon projectile minigun

This epitome of human-designed weapons technology uses electromagnetic technology to fire 500 rounds a second, unleashing a devastating wall of metal that's particularly effective against fast-moving enemies and groups.

Cutting edge engine

Crytek's proprietary CryEngine has long been pushing in-game action to new levels, and in Crysis 3 you can witness the latest stage in its evolution for yourself! CryEngine 3 unleashes the power of the Crytek creative team and provides the foundation to advance the state of the art and deliver a visually stunning and varied gameplay experience. So whether you're marveling at the stop-and-stare graphics, experimenting with industry-leading physics, or making sandbox choices as you stalk your enemies, the latest iteration of the CryEngine will leave you reassessing your expectations for the next level of gaming!


CryEngine 3 allows for benchmark-setting graphical performance, near-photorealism in indoor and wide-open outdoor environments, and extraordinary real-time special effects. The level of detail provided in Crysis 3 will have you rethink what next-generation graphics really mean.


CryEngine 3 brings the most technically advanced character models to the Crysis franchise. From the hunter like movements of Prophet, to the exotic animations of the alien Ceph, you'll experience astonishingly real characters in Crysis 3.


In Crysis 3, the technology behind CryEngine 3 is no croak. Real-time area lighting, realistic water, cloth, and vegetation simulations, top secret tessellated toad tech – all of this and more is achieved with CryEngine 3.


The CryEngine 3 renderer provides seamless support for the indoor and outdoor environments of the 7 Wonders in Crysis 3. From detailing the vegetation and decay of the urban jungles, to the beautiful water effects featured in the swamps and rivers of New York City, CryEngine 3 makes the environments come into reality.

The 7 Wonders of Crysis 3

One city, seven Wonders. What was once a bustling metropolis filled with streets and skyscrapers is now a lush urban rainforest, with seven distinct landscapes from raging rivers or dense swamplands to open fields or high canopies. Each of these Wonders offers unique terrain and new enemies, demanding new tactics as you become the ultimate hunter. Nature was able to adapt to the Liberty Dome – will you?

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Anonyfinn on 23 Mar. 2015
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
I bought this as much as anything to test out my GTX 970 (plus the fact it was going cheap) and in this respect it didn't disappoint. Wonderful graphics with all the detail, shadow and lighting, all very smooth. FPS is my main genre, so it wasn't difficult to complete in normal mode -- I didn't find the check points too far apart. You can move through using stealth or blast, and it's fun to tag enemies and artillery and come up with a plan based on their numbers, capabilities or location.

In theory you modify your suit as you find upgrades along the way, but I don't think it made a major difference, just fine-tuning. The alien AI was fairly good, your human foes perhaps not so clever. The boss levels weren't too tricky either, but better that way than doing them 20 times, wondering what you are supposed to be doing. So it was all fairly straight forward and smooth. Like Battlefield4, there's an interesting contradiction that you are placed in epic scenarios but with non open-world, sometimes corridor-like play (reminded me of Halo!) that prevents the necessary suspension of disbelief and reminds you it's just a game.

That said, the graphics, the soundtrack and fairly seamless cinematic scenes were at times very immersive, and it felt like being in a 4D movie production -- certainly some great experiences to be had, and something I'd like to see more of. This goes a long way to making up for the sometimes limited trajectory you play on compared to open-world. And there was one final limitation: you normally expect about 40 hours out of a first campaign, this one is more like 20. All scenes are later unlocked so you can go back and play them on higher difficulties.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MackStarr on 1 Feb. 2015
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
OK ...
1. Even though I had a physical 2 disc copy of the game Origin downloaded the game anyway (just over 10Gb) which took leaving the computer on overnight. Yes I have very poor internet speeds.. I can only imagine the furious outbreaks from customers that have a capped broadband monthly allowance.. That's why most would purchase a physical copy I reckon.. :-/
2. In-game settings had no HD 1080p resolution or "ultra" options in fact it only went as high as 1280 x 720!! (I have an Nvidia GTX 760 super clocked acx cooled EVGA graphics card with a Phenom II 965 x4 cpu over clocked to 3.8Gb.. My cpu top temp is 45degrees (due to a dark rock 3 pro cooler).
3. Tried to reinstall but was informed that my game code is of course already in use.. So couldn't..
4. I tried to contact EA through their help service and failed on numerous occasions over a span of 3 days..
5. Tried to play the game anyway as I'm not just about eye candy 1080p but after the third random crash I just gave up and requested the refund..

I'm pretty sure all the above issues can be resolved so easily but alas I couldn't get anyone to help from Origin .. And online forums that are littered with unsatisfied Origin customers, listed solutions in folders and files that weren't in my install directory..

All in all I'm fed up with Origin

I also bought a physical copy of "Shadow of Mordor" that installed fine via steam from the actual discs.. I've had zero problems with that and I'm enjoying ultra settings on full 1080p with a very satisfying 30-60fps

I will NEVER purchase am Origin game again! Steam for me all the way ;-)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alcatraz on 10 Jun. 2013
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
What a game. Very enjoyable to play and great graphics. The story line is engrossing and interesting. One of those games that makes you think. Enjoy.
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Crysis 3 is the lastest installment of the franchise. After reading some great reviews online, and thought Crysis 2 was better than a lot of other people, I took the step of preordering the game...the phrase "act in haste, repent at leasure" springs to mind.

Visually it is stunning, however the PC requirements are for the more top end PCs. Even if you have the specs to run it, it doesn't mean you can play it with the high graphics setting. I would check out the site I posted in the comments box to see how your graphics card performs for this specific game (other factors, ram, cpu etc not withstanding).

It is certainly next generation graphics, and you can't help but gawp at the beauty of the surroundings. Grass blowing in the wind has never looked so good. Until you go outside. Snide comments aside, this is one aspect of the game that is easily 5*.

The gameplay is a slick but empty experience. Your two choices again are stealth or blast your way through. Stealth is helped along with the introduction of a bow and different types of arrow that don't cause you to become uncloaked when you fire. This certainly makes the game less challenging depending on how often you want to use it. You also have the usual upgrades to the suit, improved armour, longer stealth etc. This side of things hasn't really advanced from Crysis 2, but I guess since it's the same suit, you can't expect much to be different. There is one difference however. Sprinting no longer saps your suit energy, although if you are cloaked it drains it fast. You also have the option to drive veichles on some missions, and there's part of a mission where you get to shoot aliens from a plane. You are the gunner and sadly don't get to drive.
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