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Crysis- Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 36 reviews of Crysis- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and design. The action and graphics are also mentioned favorably. There are some critical reviews about the controls and price.

graphics, action, design, gameplay

price, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Crysis- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Philip Miner (

Crysis Review


To be honest, I initially dreaded the prospect of writing this review – not because I didn't enjoy the console version of the original Crysis, but rather because of the inevitable flak storm such a review would generate, Crysis being such a linchpin in...

Even though the omission of the PC version’s co-op and multiplayer features may be a turn-off for some, there is one fact to consider – on the Xbox 360’s Games on Demand service, you can buy the original Crysis and Crysis 2 (as separate downloads) for...

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Jonathan (



If you are anything like me, your mouth hung open when Crysis was first shown at GDC in 2006. Then you looked at your computer and openly wept

Crysis has been a graphical benchmark to which PC games have been striving to reach for four years. Now it is on consoles and it is an undeniably good time no matter what platform it is on because despite having lauded graphics, that is not what makes...

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Nathaniel Cohen (



Originally in November of 2007, Crytek's Crysis was a beast of the highest order. It was arguably designed to be beyond the capabilities of every PC in the world when it came out, which led to the question “Can it run Crysis?” passing over the lips of...

Despite its flaws, Crysis is, hands down, the best FPS to hit the Xbox 360 since The Orange Box and its port of the complete Half-life 2 that came out in way back in 2004. If you’re looking for a truly epic single-player focused first person shooter,...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Brent Roberts (



Listen up soldier, we got 30 seconds before your insertion into the warzone and once you're there we can't guarantee successful radio contact so pay attention! All information is on a need to know basis son and all we know right now is that the CIA...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Kevin VanOrd (

Crysis Review


Crysis comes to consoles, and four years after its release on the PC, there's still nothing quite like it.

Vast, beautiful environments give the action lots of flexibility ; Nanosuit powers make the shooting even more fun ; Lots of enjoyable vehicles to drive ; Great visuals and sound effects

Linear, more predictable final hours ; Frustrating checkpoints

Crysis has stood the test of time, even if its faults are more apparent in retrospect. Parts of the campaign drag (a trek through a dark mine), while the final stretch sacrifices flexibility for scripted battles. But this first-person shooter's...

Oct, 2011

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Crysis Review (Xbox 360)


When Crysis was first released on PC back in late 2007, it stood as a shining example of just what kind of visual fidelity could be experienced if you were willing to sell a couple of spare organs and funnel the resulting windfall directly into...

Crysis’s weapon loadout is just as varied as the rest of its gameplay. It’s mostly the usual first-person shooter fare, with the exception of a few more creative guns later in the game, however weapons can be customized on the fly to suit the way you...

Oct, 2011

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Review: Crysis (360/PS3)


It's a few years late, but this console port of Crytek's FPS holds its own against its PC-based predecessor.

Crysis is still a thrilling first-person shooter that's worth revisiting; new layers of polish and visual touches are a nice bonus; it's only $20

Doesn't look quite as sharp as it does on some higher-end gaming PCs; beefy 4GB download takes up quite a bit of HDD space

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Ryan Clements (

Crysis Review


Crytek's PC powerhouse from 2007 finally arrives on consoles. Does it hold up? Check out IGN's complete Crysis review, including video.

The console version of Crysis doesn't look quite as good as its PC counterpart (and that's to be expected). It doesn't add any new campaign content, and it doesn't include the multiplayer support packaged with the original. With that said, it's a great...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : TomM (

Crysis Review


Every now and then, a game comes along with every intention of pushing your PC to breaking point and beyond, with smooth crisp visuals, the best in ambient lighting and the power to melt your credit card for that all important graphics card you didn't...

Crysis is certainly one of those games, you know, those benchmark games that is literally capable of changing the way you play in a pro-active and positive fashion. Crysis comes with the very reasonable price tag of £14.99, and manages to provide...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Michael "PaladinXII" Futter (

Crysis Review


When Crysis 2 came out on the console, I admit that I didn't rush to pick it up. I'm the kind of person that hates jumping into a series in the middle and felt that I'd be missing something if I didn't know the...

Stunningly remastered visuals ; Linear without being restrictive ; Attention to detail is everything

Occasional visual glitches ; Vehicle controls are too loose

When Crysis 2 came out on the console, I admit that I didn’t rush to pick it up. I’m the kind of person that hates jumping into a series in the middle and felt that I’d be missing something if I didn’t know the back-story. Thankfully, other members of...

Oct, 2011