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Crysis 2 continues to look impressive

3:40 PM on 12.16.2010 // Jordan Devore
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Here are a few new screenshots from the single-player portion of Crysis 2. Crytek really knows how to build a city -- and then demolish it in just the right way -- if the fallen Statue of Liberty arm is any indication.

I wonder. How long does it take to put together these screenshots that accentuate a game's visual prowess? Because the way the character in the image above is lifting one leg sure doesn't look like it happened by accident. And, you have to imagine such a manly pose took quite a while to craft.

Alternatively, you can simply stare at these 'shots for a few seconds and continue on your way. I recommend doing that, honestly.

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