Pulse-racing new installment from 2007’s PC Game of the Year*: Play as Sergeant Sykes and experience a whole new side of the battle. A standard combat mission behind enemy lines becomes critical when you discover your enemies have captured something of vital importance to the ensuing war. It’s down to you to retrieve the cargo, at any cost. Includes Crysis Wars®, an expanded new multiplayer experience with new online modes and 21 maps including seven all-new maps to battle it out against other players. Crysis Warhead is a standalone release and does not require ownership of Crysis to play.
Post Date: 21:19 25-05-2015
Comment: If you take a fabulous game with astonishing graphics, good sounds and gameplay and add a new story, the result will be more than satisfying.
Post Date: 20:15 15-01-2015
Comment: Great alternate story to the main story line. Though shorter than the main game, I enjoyed this slightly more because Psycho seems to be more of a badass. Dual-machine gun pistols is an added bonus.
Post Date: 12:51 30-05-2014
Comment: You’ll be given orders, then start killing some north koreans and/or aliens for around 20-30 minutes, until you magically complete the mission and you go on to the next. Controls and gameplay are basically the same. You play as Psycho, the bad mouthed British guy from the first game that never seems to help you. Story is fine but nothing else except that. Graphics are poor and Multiplayer seems like it doesn’t exist lol
Post Date: 20:05 15-12-2013
Comment: This is just like number 1 but with different missions nothing is changed here graphics are the same although there are some new weapons which are very nice but other then that its the same
Post Date: 14:46 27-09-2012
Comment: gameplay is good.
enjoy the misions!
Post Date: 12:46 07-05-2012
Comment: Crysis: Warhead obviously isn’t a sequel, but it’s actually an expansion to the original game. It shows you what Psycho was doing while Nomad was off killing north Koreans and aliens. Crysis: Warhead has great gameplay, but some missions can be confusing. You’ll be given orders, then start killing some north koreans and/or aliens for around 20-30 minutes, until you magically complete the mission and you go on to the next. Controls and gameplay are basically the same. You play as Psycho, the bad mouthed British guy from the first game that never seems to help you. Two new weapons will help you a bit more in this game; the AY69 (a mini machine gun; kind of like a smaller version of a Mac 10), and the FGL40 (a semi auto grenade launcher). Voice acting is still steady, and the graphics haven’t changed since when the first game came out back in 07.
Post Date: 21:39 01-02-2011
Comment: The grenade launcher in this is awesome, I mean C’mon who doesn’t like turning their opponent into giblets?, that combine with the graphics and gameplay, you will not get bored.
Post Date: 17:44 18-10-2008
Comment: Simply not in the same league as its predecessor although multiplayer is better this time. The suit felt useless this time after being a big part of Crysis.