Crytek's system-challenging title gets compared on AMD's new Fusion APU and the established integrated Intel HD4000 graphics core.
The AMD Fusion core get its sternest workout yet on Crytek's ambitious shooter running at the lowest settings at 720p.
With a substantial gulf in price between them, we compare Crysis 2 running on the GTX 660 and its Ti sibling.
The GTX 660 takes on AMD's aggressively priced HD 7850 with some intriguing results.
The two enthusiast-friendly GPUs do battle on Crytek's phenomenal PC shooter.
2012's notebook GPU heavyweights face-off on a fully maxed out Crysis 2.
Decent performance from the 7870 on a maxed out Crysis, but the 660 Ti maintains higher frame-rates in more intensive gameplay.
The overclocked 7870 takes on its last-gen predecessor with Crytek's epic ramped up to ultra settings with the high-res texture pack installed.
Our overclocked 7870 takes on its less powerful stablemate with all settings at ultra and high-res textures engaged.
The difference between £100 and £250 worth of GPU power, with Crysis 2 Ultra as the test bed.
"Maximum Game" at maximum settings using GPUs at two very different price tiers.
At 1366x768, only the most intense effects work fazes the Radeon HD 6870, giving us a nigh-on 60Hz experience.
Two GPUs face-off as we put the DFPC through its first hardware upgrade.
The PC game is locked at 720p on high settings, with v-sync enabled and compared to console.
Integrated GPU vs console with Crysis 2 running at 720p on high settings.
The AMD Trinity integrated GPU takes on Intel HD4000 in the form of an Alienware M14x: 720p res, high settings.
Seven-year-old console hardware vs. the £300 Digital Foundry gaming PC on Crytek's demanding shooter.
Alienware's mid-range gaming laptop faces off against the £300 Digital Foundry gaming PC.
Digital Foundry's £300 gaming PC takes on the PS3 in this technologically groundbreaking shooter.
The two laptops compared at very high settings, 1366x768 resolution, with DX11 engaged and high-detail textures on.
Crytek's DX11 mode and high-res textures engaged on this performance comparison of Crysis 2 with the GT 650M GPU.
Crysis 2 compared with different quality levels on a Radeon HD 7970M-powered Alienware laptop.
Crytek's epic at max settings on two of the most powerful GPUs in the world.
Digital Foundry performance analysis of one of the most demanding games running on top-end NVIDIA hardware.
Crytek shows off new Ultra Upgrade.
Second map pack adds five new areas.
Map pack brings four new levels.
High, very high and extreme settings compared.
All three versions of Crysis 2, head-to-head.
2D vs 3D, HDMI 1.3 vs HDMI 1.4.
2D versus 3D - it's that simple.
Like-for-like scenes compared on both consoles.
Comparison video of the first console CryEngine game.
Welcome to a world of inordinately variable frame-rates.
First person suitor.
Eurogamer's review live at 4pm.
Crytek sequel knows how to party.
Snazzy suit and weapons, check.
Perks! Skill assessments! Dogtags!
Suited and booted.
Raw footage from the PS3 version.
Suit 'em up.
3D support in demo code based on flat 2D layers.
Crytek files this traffic retort.
Plus shows pre-order bonuses.
Pier 17 also contained in 1.8GB download.
See the Nanosuit in action.
CryEngine 3's 3D mode put through its paces.
Frame rate tests on a montage of clips.
We play team deathmatch in Skyline arena.
New York gets destroyed, again.
Visual refinements, Crytek-style.
Demonstrated live on stage.
Alien action, now arriving on platform one.
Including metal feet and washing-up.
Crytek's cross-platform shooter sequel in motion.
Ladies' favourite Cervat Yerli tells all.
The pinger attacks? Doesn't sound too sinister.
A whole new meaning for "bearing arms".
Crytek's multiplatform sequel.