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Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
Rick looks back at the infamous PC melter and asks what's left now you can (probably) run it.
Could have a knock-on effect for FC5.
One of the strangest shooters ever made, how does Stalker hold up a decade on?
One of five closed Crytek studios saved.
Nintendo's vibrant shooter isn't perfect, but it's the smartest take on the genre in years.
The Steam Summer Sale has launched along with a bonus summer adventure for shoppers.
It was acceptable in the 80s, is it acceptable now?
Drugs, pirates, tigers and weird uncles? Welcome to the jungle.
We check out Ubisoft's new take on Far Cry to see whether it makes us laugh or cry.
Ubisoft has announced Far Cry 3, which is planned for a 2012 release.
Crytek, makers of Crysis and Far Cry, have announced a new multiplayer shooter.
New platforms, new nanosuit, New York - we take a look at what's new with Crysis 2.
Far Cry 2 provoked strong reactions when it was released in 2008 - but is it really that bad?
MSI has applied its lightning technology to the GTX275. We've put it through its paces to see if it can add more pizazz to the equation than the MSI NGTX260 we looked at in July.
Crytek has today announced it is ready to unveil a brand new engine, this time optimised for consoles as well as PC.
Crytek has announced that it has swept in and bought up Timesplitters developer Free Radical, saving it from closure.
Ubisoft has confirmed that it won't be making a demo version of the upcoming Far Cry 2 available on any platform.
It seems an odd choice of platform, but Crysis developer Crytek is looking to move to the PSP it seems.
You want the skinny on the new Crysis game? We got it right here, including whether or not a console port is being planned.
CryTek has just started teasing us all with initial info and images of it's next game, Crysis: Warhead.
Crytek has officially surrendered to the pressure of consoles, citing piracy as the main reason it'll no longer be PC exclusive.
2007 is over, so we look at some of the most exciting games of the year ahead, just to show that even though 2007 was good, 2008 could be even better. It doesn't matter if you're a hardcore rocker or a casual sim-lover, 2008 has something for you!
You, like everyone else in the world, are probably all hyped up over Crysis - but will your system be able to run it? Check the minimum and suggested system requirements to find out.
Last time it was Tim and Richard who were lucky enough to grab a look at Crysis and they came back with some slightly controversial thoughts. Now we send Joe into the multiplayer beta to find out what he thinks about the best-looking PC game ever.
What do you mean you STILL haven't played Far Cry? How can you live with yourself? Ok, ok - we'll get through this. Just follow this link and get the full version for free. That's better!
Electronic Arts has announced that a single player demo for Crysis will be released on 25th September.
Mark it in your diary, cancel your meetings, send the wife and kids on holiday and take some time off work. Take the phone off the hook too - EA has announced the Crysis release date.
Crytek head honcho Cevat Yerli recently told gaming press that Crysis could see a port to consoles, though PC is still the main focus for the game.
Mark Rein, VP of Epic, reckons that DX10 won't see major adoption thanks to the thriving console market and that Crysis will be the pinnacle of gaming for years to come.
E3 2006: Whilst the next-gen consoles might be making the headlines, PC owners possibly get to gloat over what is quite possibly the game of the show - the spiritual successor to Far Cry. We grab our keyboard and mouse and head on in.
We pluck four worklogs from our busy Modding Forum and find out the latest progress. In the spotlight this week are: Resident Evil T-Virus, Far Cry, Trashed and the sublime Dark Blade by G69T.
It's Far Cry 2 in everything but name, and Crytek's next generation FPS, Crysis, has some of the most cutting-edge graphics ever seen. Click for 18 all-new screenshots and the tech behind them.
We have the details on the spiritual successor to Far Cry. It sounds great, and it looks even better!
Well, it's not quite Far Cry 2, and it's not by Ubisoft. But developer CryTek is back at the helm for this DirectX 10 offering.