Los Angeles (CA) – Easily the most consistently visited booth at this year’s E3 Expo belonged to Crysis, the Windows PC-based game that makes full use of the perhaps the most detailed rendering engine in the history of gaming. Palm tree leaves, razor stubble, dust in the roadway – all are rendered objects that are susceptible to being moved, and perhaps even mutilated.
CryTek’s Crysis display – the most consistently visited booth at last week’s E3 Expo.
Today, TG Daily keeps the Crysis level on high, with even more jaw-dropping photos of this year’s major release. Also, Travis Meacham was among those who were impressed, and even astonished, by their first look at Crysis. And if you haven’t seen our H.264 high-resolution video of the game, you’re missing the full experience.