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TimeSplitters Rewind now targeting a 2017 release

A fan-made, Crytek-approved TimeSplitters project is the stuff of dreams. That's what we're meant to get with TimeSplitters Rewind, the long-talked-about multiplayer-only mashup of Free Radical's zany first-person shooter series. Yep, the ...   read

 
 
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Oculus Rift scores Robinson: The Journey in January

There's some good news out of Crytek for a change. The studio's sci-fi adventure Robinson: The Journey, which debuted on PlayStation VR in November, is also headed to Oculus Rift in January 2017. The basic premise is that you're a young boy...   read

 
 
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Crytek just got a lot smaller, closes multiple studios

Crytek has been in a bit of trouble as of late. For the last six months, employees of the company have not been receiving wages on a regular basis. You can find multiple sources online corroborating that statement, but what was the reason? ...   read

 
 
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Review: Robinson: The Journey

Crytek's dinosaur adventure Robinson: The Journey has the trappings of a compelling VR experience. You play as a young boy, Robin, the seeming sole survivor of a planned colonization effort on a distant planet that's brimming with exotic fl...   read

 
 
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Crytek's dinosaur adventure Robinson: The Journey drops November 8

Robinson: The Journey has existed in my mind, barely a blip on the radar, as "that Crytek dinosaur game." Word of its impending release for PlayStation VR (November 8 in the United States and Canada; November 9 in Europe) has gotten me to ...   read

 
 
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Review: The Climb

Crytek is a weird company. It hit it off fairly well with the original Far Cry and Crysis, and then pumped out a pair of uninspired shooters in the form of the Crysis sequels, which were carried by the beautiful CryEngine and its benchmark ...   read

 
 
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Crytek releases The Climb for Oculus Rift

Even with full safety gear, reassuring floor mats, and those dorky little shoes, rock climbing indoors is something I find to be both scary and exhilarating. I can't even entertain the idea of free climbing out in nature, but virtually? M...   read

 
 
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Crytek really wants Kojima to come visit its studio

Right now, Hideo Kojima is on tour with Sony's Mark Cerny due to their recent partnership. Crytek noticed that it's pretty close to the duo, and solicited a potential visit to their headquarters in Frankfurt. "We hear you like seeing i...   read

 
 
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Preview: The Climb

First hands-on with Crytek's newest game The Climb

Is free solo climbing cool? I'm sure there's been some virality in its danger in the YouTube era, but we've had, what, Cliffhanger, which was more about guns and biceps than cliff hanging, and then the arbitrary opening Mission Impossible I...   read

 
 
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Crytek's VR adventure Back to Dinosaur Island free on Steam

Is it possible to go "back" to Dinosaur Island without ever having been there in the first place? Apparently it is, because Crytek just released a short virtual reality demo on Steam called Back to Dinosaur Island. From the reviews already ...   read

 
 


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Crytek shows off its VR dinosaur game Robinson at Paris Games Week

There was but a whisper of Robinson: The Journey back in June, and now developer Crytek has shown off a bit more of it during the virtual reality portion of Sony's Paris Games Week press conference. The trailer features not only the boy pro...   read

 
 
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When was the last time a video game made you cry?

I was thinking about crying recently (that is, about the physical act of crying, not planning on having a cry) and about how I'm a big baby whom cries a bunch with respect to creative media, or when an animal dies, or even in baseball, cont...   read

 
 
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Tomb Raider and Crysis 3 are in Games with Gold

We're in the second half of September and that means fresh Games with Gold. With an Xbox Live Gold membership, you can nab Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (Xbox One) and Crysis 3 (Xbox 360) at no extra cost. I doubt I ever would've paid for...   read

 
 
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Crytek is developing VR game Robinson: The Journey

Whenever a new Crytek game is announced, the comments go to the meme of "will it run on my machine?" For Robinson: The Journey, the answer to that question is likely "no," unless you are running a virtual reality headset. To be fair, detail...   read

 
 
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Haha sure: Crysis board game on Kickstarter

Crysis Analogue Edition - The Board Game. Huh. Okay. I have been pleasantly surprised in the past with video game shooters turned into tactical board games, but I'm still a bit skeptical about this one. I mean, Crysis's biggest claim to fa...   read

 
 
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Homefront: The Revolution delayed into 2016

Homefront: The Revolution, the sequel to 2011's Red Dawn: The Game, has been delayed into 2016, according to publisher Deep Silver.  Deep Silver acquired the Homefront rights from Crytek in 2014. Crytek acquired the Homefront rights fr...   read

 
 
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Warface is noface, to be displaced and not replaced on the Xbox 360 marketplace

Crytek hasn't been doing so hot critically lately, with the recent releases of Ryse and Warface. I would have completely forgotten that the latter game had existed if it weren't for the ridiculous name, which immediately fills my head ...   read

 
 
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Ryse: Son of Rome is coming to Steam in October

Ryse: Son of Rome is coming to the PC on October 10th for $40. I'll arrive bundled in with all the DLC included so far and a full soundtrack (for pre-orders), as well as 4K resolution support. In case you missed our coverage during the laun...   read

 
 
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This trailer for Crytek's Arena of Fate is painful

Ooh boy. This trailer for Crytek's "action-packed online multiplayer game" Arena of Fate sure is something. First impressions are important and that grating narration doesn't leave a good one. Looking on the bright side, I will say I dig t...   read

 
 
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Ryse: Son of Rome on PC shows tons of detail, runs at 4K

This fall, Xbox One launch game Ryse: Son of Rome comes to the PC with some significant visual upgrades. This morning at gamescom, we met with Crytek's Brian Chambers, senior producer on Ryse, to check out the PC build for the first time. I...   read

 
 
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Was Ryse legendary? Because it's getting a 'Legendary Edition'

Since its E3 reveal and through its launch alongside the Xbox One, a lot of people have had some not-so-great things to say about Ryse: Son of Rome. Despite the fact that it wasn't necessarily a critical darling, Microsoft's going to go ahe...   read

 
 
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Crytek still has the rights to TimeSplitters

Crytek obtained the rights to TimeSplitters after picking up the studio responsible for the series, Free Radical Design, which was later renamed Crytek UK. Recently, that team and the game it was working on, Homefront: The Revolution, were ...   read

 
 
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Ryse comes to PC with 4K resolution upgrade

Ryse: Son of Rome makes its way to PC this fall. Crytek worked in 4K resolution support so this already great-looking Xbox One game is now going to burn images into your retina on the PC.  Crytek will handle digital distribution while ...   read

 
 
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Development of Crytek USA's Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age moving to Frankfurt studio

The big news out of Crytek this morning was that the company is selling its Homefront intellectual property to Koch Media and Deep Silver -- which is where Crytek UK's work on Homefront: The Revolution will continue, under the new name Damb...   read

 
 
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Deep Silver acquires Homefront IP

It looks like things have finally come to a head at Crytek. The troubled publisher and developer behind Ryse, Crysis, and the upcoming Homefront: The Revolution has taken major steps to secure its own future. Crytek has sold Deep Silver and...   read

 
 



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