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Posted by Raine Hutchens on Oct 5, 2011

Crysis Comes To Xbox Live and PlayStation Network

I am willing to bet a large amount of money that when Crysis originally hit the market, your PC wasn’t even imagining the thought of running the game. As unfortunate as this is, it’s most likely happened to many gamers all across the nation. There is some good news, however, as players will now get the chance to play the original PC benchmark on their home consoles.

Crysis, in the form of its single-player campaign, was just released on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network. Multiplayer was decidedly left out of this release. As the video footage below shows, the game looks just as good on console as it did on those unbelievable gaming rigs from back in 2007 when Crysis first launched.

You can pick your copy of the single-player portion of Crysis for about $20 as a downloadable title. If you’re a fan of the series, or just wanting to check out the game, it’s a fairly reasonable price. After all, this was a game many wanted to play, but didn’t get the chance to. Go ahead and get it while you’ve the chance.

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