Crytek has remastered their science fiction first-person shooter for the modern day with improved textures, software and hardware raytracing, and lighting. And Crysis Remastered does for 2020 just like what the original Crysis did in 2007, and that’s humbling you for having what you’d thought was one of the best gaming PCs. It’s a gorgeous looking game that sees some clear improvements, but also some questionable changes. Crysis Remastered is a nice return to the paradisal island for some sun, fun, and guns, but it’ll have you wondering why they did that, instead of how they did that.
I remember when “Initial D” came into prominence in the United States among my friends, similar to how “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” that followed. Their influence on car culture and games were vast. And I’ve been waiting for something to come from a racing game that would innovate and have a similar impact as those TV shows and movies did. Level 91 Entertainment has provided an entirely new way to play racing games, especially when drifting. Intertial Drift forms a mold that many will surely cast from for years to come.