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Review: Crysis Remastered – A Technical Miracle And One Of The Best Shooters On Switch

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Of all the big-name ports that have arrived on Switch thus far, there’s something about Crysis that makes it feel a little extra special. Here is a game that absolutely beasted even the most high-end PCs when it released back in November of 2007 with its GPU-melting graphics – light-years ahead of everything else at the time – and a destructible, semi-open world sandbox that put a real strain on even the most expensive of processors.

Fast-forward thirteen years and all of this has, somehow, been shrunk right down and stuffed onto Nintendo’s hybrid platform in a port that not only impresses but actually manages to beat the 2011 PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game in terms of both presentation and performance. There are a few niggles here and there which we’ll discuss in due course but, overall, this is Crysis running impressively well on a handheld system and – more importantly, perhaps – it’s still an absolute blast to spend time with.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Switch Mode Engaged.

Of all the big-name ports that have arrived on Switch thus far, there’s something about Crysis that makes it feel a little extra special. Here is a game that absolutely beasted even the most high-end PCs when it released back in November of 2007 with its GPU-melting graphics – light-years ahead of everything else at the time – and a destructible, semi-open world sandbox that put a real strain on even the most expensive of processors.

Fast-forward thirteen years and all of this has, somehow, been shrunk right down and stuffed onto Nintendo’s hybrid platform in a port that not only impresses but actually manages to beat the 2011 PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game in terms of both presentation and performance. There are a few niggles here and there which we’ll discuss in due course but, overall, this is Crysis running impressively well on a handheld system and – more importantly, perhaps – it’s still an absolute blast to spend time with.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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