Amazon has Crysis 2 (All Platforms) for only $34.99 shipped, originally priced at $59.95. New “features include: challenging AI enemies in the single player campaign, 12-player support online, new and improved upgradable Nanosuit 2 technology and more.” Product page. Continue reading for a few graphics comparisons.

Adapt your combat tactics by customizing your Nanosuit and weapons in real time with revised modes, unlocking a variety of supersoldier abilities.

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Launched yesterday, Crysis 2 is set in the year 2023 (New York City) and provides players with the ability to freely customize weapons as well as abilities. Best of all, it features an all-new upgraded Nanosuit 2. Video review after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

Despite those complaints, Crysis 2 succeeds. It’s a beautiful, engrossing experience that avoids the anemic, scripted playbook made law by the 500 pound shooter gorilla.

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Finally, the minimum required specifications for Crysis 2 PC have been released, and you’ll need: XP/Vista/Windows 7, an Intel Core 2 Duo 2Ghz, AMD Athlon 64 x2 2Ghz or better, 2GB RAM, 9GB hard drive, 8X DVD-ROM, and an NVIDIA 8800 GT 512MB RAM, ATI 3850HD 512Mb RAM or better.” Click here for more screenshots. Continue reading for the trailer.

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EA demonstrated Crysis 2’s multiplayer mode at Gamescom yesterday, and the showing “included a persistent experience system allowing players to upgrade their nano-suit armor as well as vehicles including helicopters.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

There also appeared to be a focus on verticality in Crysis 2’s multiplayer map design, playing on the story’s New York setting.

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Just like its predecessor, Crysis 2 will allow players to freely customize their weaponry and abilities. What sets this installment apart is CryEngine 3, which gets demonstrated in the amazing tech demo after the break.

This amazing mod turns Crysis into a game that resembles “Borderlands, which also utilizes a cel shaded engine for its characters and environments.” Continue reading for a video. Click here for first picture in gallery.

A really cool mod for Crysis has been released which converts the visuals in to cell shaded graphics. The mod can be downloaded from crymod.com.

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Released ahead of E3 2010 (June 15-17), this gameplay clip gives us a look at what to expect in Crysis 2 — “shown in-action at GTTV where Crytek developers demoed the console version of the game.” Continue reading to watch.

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EA has just released two new Crysis 2 screenshots that show in-game footage. Sure, you’ll need some seriously powerful hardware to have it running smoothly while looking this nice, but the screenshots are still conversation pieces nonetheless. Continue reading for one more image.

Instead, appreciate the photorealism of Crytek’s New York set sequel, which looks a lot like this in-game – provided you have the hardware to make Crysis 2 run this well, of course.

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