Crysis Remastered Trilogy

Rating Summary

Based on 53 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

70%

Critics Recommend

Based on 53 critic reviews
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Metro GameCentral

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8 / 10
Oct 15, 2021

The series may no longer be the graphical tour de force it once was, but all three Crysis games remain highly playable, your nanosuit's suite of powers adding a distinct twist to the shooter action.

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7 / 10.0
Oct 15, 2021

‎A game that stays halfway to what could have been. It promises hours of fun at a competitive price considering that this is a compilation of three games. Once the three of them have passed, I doubt very much that I will get hooked on the saga again but who knows... There's something inside me that tells me that the best of this saga hasn't happened yet.‎

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8 / 10
Oct 20, 2021

Some movies work better in theaters. Some games work better on bleeding-edge hardware. The stars have aligned and a premium Crysis experience is available for the masses. There's never been a better time to put on the NanoSuit than right now. 8/10 8K roach shaders

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VG247

Top Critic

Oct 15, 2021

I might be easily pleased these days, but I think Crysis Remastered Trilogy is an easy recommendation for anyone who loves a bit of first-person gunplay. All three campaigns are good to great, visually they look the part, and it can already be bought at a smashing price. Not the definitive package, at least on consoles, but it's very good all the same.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 15, 2021

The whole Crysis saga can now be played with enhanced visuals, especially on next-gen consoles: while the gameplay is somewhat frozen in time and show the limits of games developed in another era, there's much to enjoy and the games are still fun to play.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 15, 2021

Crysis Remastered Trilogy will give plenty of players a chance to revisit three classic games, with improved visuals all round.

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70 / 100
Nov 2, 2021

A shiny time capsule housing six years of sci-fi shooter evolution. Performance-wise, the Switch is two for three, with the Crysis remaster struggling to keep up with the sequels. If you're in it for the visuals and not just the nostalgic flavors of the previous decade, then the remastered trilogy is best experienced on more powerful hardware.

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GameMAG

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8 / 10
Nov 19, 2021

If you're a console player and interested in some old-fashioned story-driven shooters, than Crysis Remastered Trilogy is probably well worth your attention.

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8.5 / 10.0
Nov 18, 2021

At the end of the day, it’s really hard to talk about these games. I’ve reviewed two of them before and said what I needed to say there, and it still holds true to this day. Crysis 2 and 3 are great games that any FPS fan would enjoy. Crysis 1 shows its age here and there, but it’s not a rough game by any means and all three look really great in 4K. It’s a decent package for three fun FPS games with a lot going for them all for 50 bucks. If you’re into shooters and have never tried them before, or if you’re looking for a fun return to some great games, it’s hard to go wrong here.

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7 / 10.0
Oct 20, 2021

Crysis Remastered released last year to mostly disappointing reviews. While the game itself isn't that much better in this trilogy, what does come to life is the evolution of the game space across iterations. What was missing from Crysis Remastered is corrected in the Crysis Remastered Trilogy, and it's not gameplay or glitches, it's context. Context to understand that no matter how you re-texture an outdated game, it might look modern on a screenshot but it will still feel outdated with your hands at the controls. It does, however deserve its place in history, and this is an opportunity to both experience that history, and move beyond into a trilogy that improves with each iteration. The end result is an average overall package by today's standards, but three games plucked from a decade or more ago should be proud to land safely average in the middle of today's pack and standards.

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