Archive for posts tagged: Crytek

An Interview with Crytek’s Mike Read, Producer on Ryse: Son of Rome


I recently went down to the Xbox One VIP Community night at Sydney’s Potts Point and had some hands-on time with the Xbox One and a bunch of games. One of the games on show was Crytek’s cinematic action-adventure Ryse: Son of Rome. Mike Read, a producer from Crytek, came down as well, and he was gracious enough to answer a few questions about the studio’s upcoming title. Read More »

Xbox One Showcase: Killer Instinct and Ryse: Son of Rome


There was a posting on the private Dusty Cartridge Facebook group a couple of weeks ago about a Xbox One community VIP night down in Sydney’s Potts Point. For the record: VIP and community should never be in the same sentence. If you’re a VIP, you shouldn’t be at the same place as a “community”. That degrades the point of being a VIP. If you’re a VIP, you shouldn’t be at the same place as a “community”. That degrades the point of being a VIP. I digress. Xbox One hands-on in Australia. Read More »

Crysis 3 Review


When I stepped from a dingy holding cell into the New York City Nanodome, my jaw just about hit the floor. A few hours later, deeper into my journey, I began to grow accustomed to my surroundings and thought: ‘No graphical trickery or forced majesty will get the better of me again. I’ve seen it all.’ I was wrong. That is the power of Crysis 3. Read More »

Why You Should Be Excited For Crysis 3

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Somewhere in the desert is a pile of burnt out, barely functioning PC’s. Victims of owners who thought they could handle Crysis. Now, while these rusted out veterans spend their days running spider solitaire, fans of the series have purchased new computers or taken the console route, in preparation for Crysis 3. Due out soon, I enjoyed some time with the single player campaign on PC. Read More »

You Haven’t Seen the End of Crysis: A Conversation With Crytek’s Michael Elliot Read


A little while back, I got the chance to get my greedy little hands on some of EA’s finest titles for 2013. One of those titles was the hardware melting, Crysis 3. Who else should accompany the game though, than Crytek producer Michael Elliot Read. We managed to have ourselves a little chat about the current FPS landscape, game development challenges and the future of the Crysis franchise. Read More »

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