Wednesday, June 4th 2008

Crysis Warhead Game Revealed

Two days ago, Crytek published information that it will no longer patch Crysis for "a good reason". Apparantly the good reason is now believed to be called Crysis Warhead, the second game in the Crysis trilogy. If you try to visit Crytek's home page, a teaser image of Crysis Warhead will appear before the actual page, dropping a hint at what's imminent. No other details, such as platforms or a release date, have been unveiled. It's only an image at the moment, but more information will follow sooner or later.

Source: Shacknews
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176 Comments on Crysis Warhead Game Revealed

#1
UnkAsn93
CrAsHnBuRnXp said:
For your information Neptune, I did not pirate the game. Granted I tried but the seeder/peer ratio was just to horrible and I dont have the patience to wait 20 years for it to download.

For those wondering (even Neptune cause im sure hell say something about it) I legally own all my games.

If I cant get any game to run decently in the first hour or so I have the game in my possession, it isnt worth me playing. I shouldnt haev to do a shit load of optimization on my end when it should have been before it hit the shelf. I dont care what game it is.

Why must you be such a hard ass in the first place Neptune?
Ok, not to start anything, here's what you can do. If you see a game you want, and don't know if it's worth it, just download it, and try it out. If you like it, great. Uninstall the download, delete it, and stop seeding. Then buy it. If you don't like it, uninstall the game, and delete the torrent.

It's better than wasting $xx on a game.
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#3
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
GJSNeptune said:
I dunno. I've been itching to buy Oblivion, and Mass Effect just came out. It's ridiculous. I just beat Tomb Raider: Anniversary 'cause I got it with my video card, and now I'm itching for RPGs.
dude, if you are itching for some old school stuff you should play diable 2 online with me :laugh: im getting it in a couple of days and want to play legit with a bunch of people.
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#4
farlex85
Easy Rhino said:
personally, i felt empty inside while playing crysis.
I agree w/ you through much of it. If the pretty graphics weren't there, I would have not even finished it. The graphics do a lot to draw me in though, even w/ sub-par A.I. and a less than stellar been there done that feeling. Multi-player wasn't even worth a second look for me.

Hell yeah GJS, Mass Effect is the shiz (that's a sequal I will really be watching).:rockout:
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#5
GJSNeptune
Ugh. Diablo 2 is fun for like two weeks, and then you once again realize how nothing is going to change and you feel like Hephaestus. I still have my copy though.
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#6
DarkMatter
TomCat44 said:
Ok, not to start anything, here's what you can do. If you see a game you want, and don't know if it's worth it, just download it, and try it out. If you like it, great. Uninstall the download, delete it, and stop seeding. Then buy it. If you don't like it, uninstall the game, and delete the torrent.

It's better than wasting $xx on a game.
There are some problems with that:

1- It's pirating anyway. There's a reason for demos to exist.

2- If the reason you didn't like it is "how the game runs" chances are (75+%) the problem is the crack.

3- Probably you would end up playing the whole pirated game instead of buying it.
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#7
farlex85
TomCat44 said:
Ok, not to start anything, here's what you can do. If you see a game you want, and don't know if it's worth it, just download it, and try it out. If you like it, great. Uninstall the download, delete it, and stop seeding. Then buy it. If you don't like it, uninstall the game, and delete the torrent.

It's better than wasting $xx on a game.
Just do your research. There are a plethora of reviews for every game out there, many forums, many spec requirements. Spend 10min on any game and you can get a good idea of whether you want it or not. If you buy a dud (I recently was duped into playing Assassin's Creed:shadedshu), cut your losses and research some more.
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#8
PrudentPrincess
DaMulta said:
I hope it's not like farcry where none of the extras came to pc....
Didn't Farcry for consoles come out waay later than the one for PC? I don't think they could just release a patch for PC to get predator mode etc, its a completely different game.
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#9
CrAsHnBuRnXp
TomCat44 said:
Ok, not to start anything, here's what you can do. If you see a game you want, and don't know if it's worth it, just download it, and try it out. If you like it, great. Uninstall the download, delete it, and stop seeding. Then buy it. If you don't like it, uninstall the game, and delete the torrent.

It's better than wasting $xx on a game.
I do that now. And I never said I bought Crysis. :)
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#10
CrAsHnBuRnXp
farlex85 said:
Just do your research. There are a plethora of reviews for every game out there, many forums, many spec requirements. Spend 10min on any game and you can get a good idea of whether you want it or not. If you buy a dud (I recently was duped into playing Assassin's Creed:shadedshu), cut your losses and research some more.
Happened to me with STALKER. Tried d/ling the game and the seeder/peer ratio was horrible. Said the hell with it cause everyone seems to like it and the screenshots seemed bad ass. Bought the game on D2D and now im stuck with a game ill never play again.
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#11
Castiel
Wouldn't the second game be just like the first?
It comes out, everyone gets it plays the campaign and then throws it cause the story sucked. And the only use for the game is to build a computer around it or to use it to bench or to see if your computer can play it?
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#12
GJSNeptune
CrAsHnBuRnXp said:
I do that now. And I never said I bought Crysis. :)
Do explalin.

CrAsHnBuRnXp said:
For your information Neptune, I did not pirate the game. Granted I tried but the seeder/peer ratio was just to horrible and I dont have the patience to wait 20 years for it to download.

For those wondering (even Neptune cause im sure hell say something about it) I legally own all my games.
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#13
DarkMatter
CrAsHnBuRnXp said:
I do that now. And I never said I bought Crysis. :)
Pff and you complain about the performance... :slap:
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#14
Triprift
I wonder how demanding this one will be on hardware hopefully a bit better optimised i hope.
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#15
jbunch07
Triprift said:
I wonder how demanding this one will be on hardware hopefully a bit better optimised i hope.
i hope so to.
crysis was a beautiful game, im sure this will be as well.
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#16
Triprift
Yep im sure yahtzee will come up with an awesome review :laugh::laugh:
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#17
jbunch07
Triprift said:
Yep im sure yahtzee will come up with an awesome review :laugh::laugh:
:laugh: im sure he will!
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#18
imperialreign
I hadn't realized Crysis was the first of a trilogy


interesting - well, if this is what Crytek dropped Crysis support for, then perhaps they deserve a second chance - get it right this time, dammit!

And hopefully, they'll get away from EA Games as well . . .
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#19
farlex85
I really just hope the A.I. provides a deeper experience. I think we know the graphics will be great (although many will probably still complain), but the gameplay is really where improvement needs to take place imo.
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#20
CrAsHnBuRnXp
GJSNeptune said:
Do explalin.
"I do that now" meaning I download games before I buy them so I do not waste money. I never said I did that with Crysis.

DarkMatter said:
Pff and you complain about the performance... :slap:
Id do that if I owned the game. Why should i buy a game, let alone pirate it if I cant even play the damn thing because of the optimization (or lack thereof)?
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#21
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
DarkMatter said:
There are some problems with that:

1- It's pirating anyway. There's a reason for demos to exist.

2- If the reason you didn't like it is "how the game runs" chances are (75+%) the problem is the crack.

3- Probably you would end up playing the whole pirated game instead of buying it.
actually i pirated the game then bought it cause i liked it the crack and real copy play exactly the same in fact the cracked version IMO was smoother
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#22
Megasty
Beyond the game being a buggy POS, it was way too straightforward. It required no thinking & you had no choices but to shoot, run, & shoot some more :p

The only reason I played it was because the physics was so beautiful. Nevertheless its not worth $50 bucks by any stretch of the imagination. They can use the same old buggy engine on the next 2 games. Most of us know how to deal with it by now :p

All this priating crap is just the SOS. It will happen so deal with it. Whether you choose to do so or not to is up to you. I'm just glad it came with my GTS's so I didn't have to dl the buggy mess & have it sitting on my pc like a festering wound :shadedshu
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#23
Triprift
50 bucks :confused: oh ok then u obviously dont live in ripoff software land Australia :D
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#24
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
i think mods need to close this thread its gotten outta hand....


anyone else want to call crysis a shit game send a pm this is just stupid
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#25
UnkAsn93
DarkMatter said:
There are some problems with that:

1- It's pirating anyway. There's a reason for demos to exist.

2- If the reason you didn't like it is "how the game runs" chances are (75+%) the problem is the crack.

3- Probably you would end up playing the whole pirated game instead of buying it.
Not every game has a demo, FYI.

Not always. I had a *caugh* battlefield 2 Vietnam, and it plays the same as my legit version.

When I had a pirated game, I tried 3 races, and kept my saved games, deleted the pirated version, and bought it. (ToCA Race Driver 3).

farlex85 said:
Just do your research. There are a plethora of reviews for every game out there, many forums, many spec requirements. Spend 10min on any game and you can get a good idea of whether you want it or not. If you buy a dud (I recently was duped into playing Assassin's Creed:shadedshu), cut your losses and research some more.
I don't trust online reviews, I read Halo was great, and everyone should play it. So, I went thru the troubles of renting it (can't DL xbox games) and it SUCKED. Same with Driver Parallel Lines for PS2. They'll over hype a game, but in reality they SUCK. Why would you buy a copy to see if you liked it?
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