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Crysis 2 Teaser Warns of a "Pinger" Attack at E3 2010

by Brian Leahy, Jun 07, 2010 8:00pm PDT
Related Topics – Crysis 2, xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, E3 2010

I have no idea what it is, but the "Pinger" is going to attack at E3 2010 next week. Maybe those Nano-suited, super soldiers from that Crysis 2 game will be able to help us:

You can also check out some new gameplay footage in the latest episode of GameTrailers TV.

Developed by Crytek and published through Electronic Arts, Crysis 2 is due out PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 between October 1 and December 31, 2010.





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  • The first was pretty much my single player GOTY or close to it (Portal, HL2:Ep2, Super Mario Galaxy, and Bioshock were contenders too...didn't much like CoD4's SP...wasn't my cup of tea for single player though it was a great multiplayer game).

    I generally loved the fact that I could generally fuck around with the AI take different routes and play in a semi-non-linear manner. I literally got 4 or 5 hours of play out of Crysis's demo...and the full game I still play through occasionally (as far as replayability...its no Farcry 2, but its still good and something that I actually want to go back to).

    I'd say that I'm definately looking forward to this...its perhaps one of the games left that I'm most looking forward to (though there are so many good games coming out...this is like 2007 all over again).




  • When did not liking crysis become cool? OK, so it's not gameplay footage. The point is to give people an idea of the game's mood, sherlock.

    What's with the tech demo comments too? There were many things to be said about crysis, such as the freedom it offered you and honestly I thought the gameplay was great. Being able to choose how you approach any situation with the nano suit was a lot of fun. I also thought the storyline was great. It did a very good job of making things unfold in an intriguing way, like when you ran into that frozen boat. It really drew you in.

    Im confused though. Why hasn't anyone accused crytek of "selling out to consoles" because they are developing for them? Am I the only PC gamer who doesn't think that pirating something that supposedly requires a $200 system to run doesn't mean that you can miraculously run it better all of a sudden? Isn't piracy just a myth?