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Offline Turnsky

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Re: So... What do you think of Crysis?
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Re: So... What do you think of Crysis?
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Re: So... What do you think of Crysis?
I loved FarCry as well. I don't generally play many FPSes, with the exceptions being very specific ones, such as Renegade (HAD to get my original C&C fix), and... uhm... that's pretty much it, actually. But FarCry I played, loved, and replayed time and time again. It gave me the level of realism I needed to be able to implement tactics I learned in the army - always a fun thing. :D
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