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Crysis - £7.95 delivered + Quidco @ Click-A-Game

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* Adapt to Survive: An epic story thrusts players into an ever-changing environment, forcing them to adapt their tactics and approach to conquer battlefields ranging from newly frozen jungle to zero-g… Read More
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* Adapt to Survive: An epic story thrusts players into an ever-changing environment, forcing them to adapt their tactics and approach to conquer battlefields ranging from newly frozen jungle to zero-gravity alien environments.
* Suit Up: A high-tech nano-suit allows gamers to augment their abilities in real time on the battlefield. Players can choose to enhance their speed, strength, armor and cloaking abilities to approach situations in creative tactical ways.
* Customisable Weaponry: A huge arsenal of modular weaponry gives gamers unprecedented control over their play style. Blow the opposition away with experimental weapons like the TAC launcher, discover alien technology and utlise custom ammunition from incendiary-tipped rounds to tactical munitions that can silently put foes to sleep.
* Veni Vidi Vici: Lifelike enemy AI challenges players to assess a situation and approach it strategically. It isn't about having the fastest trigger finger - players are challenged to be proactive in the fight, not reactive.
* Zero-G Gameplay: Battle a horrifying alien species in a true Zero-gravity environment, where physics change everything as players must adapt to moving in Zero-G and contending with the recoil from their weapons and more.
* Next-Gen Graphics: Built from the ground up using Crytek's proprietary CryENGINE 2, Crysis has full DirectX 10 support and scalable options to deliver solid performance on older machines.
* Open, Physicalised World: Choose your own path through the open world of Crysis, destroying obstacles, driving vehicles from VTOL's to boats and using the environment itself against your enemies.
* Bring It Online: Full-featured multiplayer for up to 32 players with real-time armor and weapons customisation. For a pure adrenaline fix hit the Instant Action button, or prepare yourself for the all-new multiplayer PowerStruggle mode that combines economy and vehicle warfare, alien technology and ranking, all wrapped in a strategic objective-based experience.
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banned#1
good deal, never heard of the site. is it legit? anyone confirm that for me?

cheers
#2
#3
wish my crappy pc was upto playing this :roll:
banned#4
I could probably play it if i had a better graphics card. It's just so difficult and expensive keeping up with all the latest games on a PC, which is probably why i opted for a PS3.

Might buy the game and play it eventually though


Specs required according to TheHut.com

3 GHz Processor,
2 GB RAM,
12.5 GB Free Hard Disk Space Required,
DVD-ROM drive, 8x CD/DVD-Rom Speed,
Graphics Card 256 MB,
Sound Card (Direct X 9.0c Compatible), Keyboard, Mouse, Windows XP, Windows Vista (DX10 available on vista)

My PC could easilly handle that but i think 256mb graphics is min spec, you need at least 512mb to run this smoothly at a good res (from what i read)
#5
I have tried unsuccessfully to set up a new account - must be a problem
#6
ODonnyBoy
I have tried unsuccessfully to set up a new account - must be a problem


Aye just tried myself. :shock: Should we expire it?

EDIT: You can now set up a new account. They must have fixed it this morning. :)
#7
#8
Good game, need to have a good GPU to get the benefits tho'!
#9
what spec of processor would I need to run this, Im considering upgrading to either a intel core2 duo 2.8ghz or a intel core2 quad (either the 2.33 or 2.5ghz) or would I be wasting my time with the processors I mentioned. It just seems that a 3ghz core 2 is a bit on the steep side, Iv also got a 1gb ati hd 4670 gpu and 4gb 667 ram but am considering upgrading my ram to a higher speed .Any advise would be much appreciated.
#10
bboy71
what spec of processor would I need to run this, Im considering upgrading to either a intel core2 duo 2.8ghz or a intel core2 quad (either the 2.33 or 2.5ghz) or would I be wasting my time with the processors I mentioned. It just seems that a 3ghz core 2 is a bit on the steep side, Iv also got a 1gb ati hd 4670 gpu and 4gb 667 ram but am considering upgrading my ram to a higher speed .Any advise would be much appreciated.


When the requirements talk about 3Ghz, it's not talking about Core2's. As ever it's confusing.

This is the one game that stretches even top-end hardware still. Quad CPU's are not that advantageous for gaming (though this will start to change). You could look at the e8400, or over clock an older e67xx.
#11
bboy71
what spec of processor would I need to run this, Im considering upgrading to either a intel core2 duo 2.8ghz or a intel core2 quad (either the 2.33 or 2.5ghz) or would I be wasting my time with the processors I mentioned. It just seems that a 3ghz core 2 is a bit on the steep side, Iv also got a 1gb ati hd 4670 gpu and 4gb 667 ram but am considering upgrading my ram to a higher speed .Any advise would be much appreciated.

It's not quite as simple as this, but for a duo core multiply the quoted speed by 2, and for quad by 4. EACH core is the speed quoted.
IE
core2 duo 2.8GHz = 2*2.8 = 5.6GHz
core2 quad 2.33GHz = 4*2.33 = 9.32GHz

Like I say, it's not that simple as there are other factors that limit performance, but as a rough guidline that should help.
Either upgrade would be good for this game, as the overall speed surpasses the requirements, but right now the quad cores aren't well utilised by games as they are relatively new technology, but you might want to go for it anyway for future proofing :thumbsup:
#12
Recently played this on my new i7 Rig and must say it is gorgeous, and great fun!

looking forward to the mission pack if i can just find a bargain sub tenner price!!!!
#13
You bought an i7 rig and you're bothered about a sub tenner pack :roll:
#14
The i7 is the reason WHY im looking for a sub tenner price :thumbsup:
#15
Anyone know if there is a game voucher code floating about, im getting semi curious about what Fallout 3 will play like (and secretly missing the Kerplink of achievement unlocked from my xbox)
#16
NiggyG
When the requirements talk about 3Ghz, it's not talking about Core2's. As ever it's confusing.

This is the one game that stretches even top-end hardware still. Quad CPU's are not that advantageous for gaming (though this will start to change). You could look at the e8400, or over clock an older e67xx.

Thanks for the advise I was considering this cpu from ebuyer
Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 2.8GHz Socket 775 1066MHz FSB 3MB L2 Cache and overclocking it, but may also consider the e8400 that you mentioned. Thanks again
#17
mooncat
It's not quite as simple as this, but for a duo core multiply the quoted speed by 2, and for quad by 4. EACH core is the speed quoted.
IE
core2 duo 2.8GHz = 2*2.8 = 5.6GHz
core2 quad 2.33GHz = 4*2.33 = 9.32GHz

Like I say, it's not that simple as there are other factors that limit performance, but as a rough guidline that should help.
Either upgrade would be good for this game, as the overall speed surpasses the requirements, but right now the quad cores aren't well utilised by games as they are relatively new technology, but you might want to go for it anyway for future proofing :thumbsup:

Thanks for the advise, I think ill go for the 2.8ghz core 2 duo rather than the quad.
#18
The Registration page on Click-A-Game is now working so you can successfully create a new account :)
#19
bboy71
Thanks for the advise, I think ill go for the 2.8ghz core 2 duo rather than the quad.


http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/page-98121_25_0.html

May wish to reconsider that quad! Also, ignore the advice to multiply the speeds by numbers of cores, it's not correct. Each core is basically just a separate processor. Say a game has four specific tasks - Non player AI, weather effects, physics calcs, off screen interaction, the game could allocate a task to each core which can run at full speed. Bit of simplistic example, but if software takes advantage then the Quad Core is faster.
#20
Wicked Lester


No, it's not that much of a gain for the extra price involved. I've a q6600 @stock and it's not much better than an e6600 for nearly all games including Crysis. The only time that it comes good is when I'm doing processor intensive tasks in the background whilst gaming.

I'd have a look getting a second hand CPU, try posting here -->http://www.avforums.com/forums/computer-classified-adverts/
#21
Great price.
Not sure if my computer will handle it (decently or at all!), but I'll have a punt at that price!
#22
Game runs fine on high on my rig with a stock Q6600 and Radeon HD 4670. Only thing that really lets me down is my ram which causes the game to crash due to lack of memory sometimes. I'm not having much luck with the pc gaming field, every time I finally buy one two weeks later it's at half price.
#23
looks like the hut as almost the same layout and prices as zavvi online...they even have the same items it the same order lol amusing. like shoto.net have copied all game info from play.com lol off topic but just amusing. great price for crysis, my PC would just die its good but not near good enuff to play crysis!
#24
...is this a benchmark, or does any actually play it as a game? :)

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