The Third Wonder of Crysis 3 is Cause and Effect, as illustrated in this trailer

cause and effect

By on January 10, 2013 at 6:21 pm

Some silly fool’s gone and uploaded this Crysis 3 video in reverse! Well, we’ll watch it anyway I suppose. It is the third episode in a series called ‘The 7 Wonders of Crysis 3′ (bit of a humblebrag, there). This is a delightfully dramatic trailer, including but not limited to seeing a helicopter spiral back up into the sky and firing a missile that happens to land comfortably snugly in Prophet’s missile launcher.

I understand that it looks good and I understand what cause and effect are, but what I don’t get is what this trailer is really trying to say about Crysis 3. It’s fun to watch in any event, so you should go ahead and check it out below.

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I also don’t quite get how it demonstrates cause and effect beyond what any other FPS already does.
I mean, we all know that when you kill a baddie – they die. That’s why it’s called killing. :)

 

Dunno what the rules are for posting links, so if you wanna see this reversed, search youtube for the “Cause and Effect Reverse Fan-Made Version”

 

Why isn’t this available for download in file section?

 
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