The old but still good game by Crytek completely overwhelmed PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles when it was released back in 2011. But on the Nintendo Switch, the Crysis 2 remake runs surprisingly well and thus presents a good opportunity for fans to experience the first-person shooter once again.
Owners of the Nintendo Switch handheld console (from US$299 on Amazon) can play more and more former top titles on their portable gaming console.
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