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10 Years On, Crysis Can Still Melt Your PC

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Crysis is one of Alex's favourite games. It's a tech showcase built like no other - and in many ways, it still holds up today. Sit back as we take you through the game's key rendering features, how it's still state-of-the-art and why it's so demanding - even on today's hardware. Sub-60fps on a Core i7 8700K? You betcha...


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