History VideoGame / Crysis

13th Jun '17 9:06:52 PM Mikedem2
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** [[spoiler:Watts has a different impression based on the events of the game(particularly the extent of Alcatraz' injuries) - the Nanosuit ''[[LossOfIdentity destroys the user's personality]]'' in the process of transforming them into "post-human warriors". Gould, who knew Prophet even before he first put on a Nanosuit, points out that it looks more like both Prophet and Alcatraz have been ''psychologically modified'' to the exact same SuperSoldier template.]]

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** [[spoiler:Watts has a different impression based on the events of the game(particularly game (particularly the extent of Alcatraz' injuries) - the Nanosuit ''[[LossOfIdentity destroys the user's personality]]'' in the process of transforming them into "post-human warriors". Gould, who knew Prophet even before he first put on a Nanosuit, points out that it looks more like both Prophet and Alcatraz have been ''psychologically modified'' to the exact same SuperSoldier template.]]



* WhoWantsToLiveForever: [[spoiler:After several decades spent living in a jar-like life support module with no direct human contact, Jacob Hargreave who has set his headquarters to self destruct, admits in his final transmission to Alcatraz that he's looking forward to finally dying.]]

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* WhoWantsToLiveForever: [[spoiler:After several decades spent living in a jar-like life support module with no direct human contact, Jacob Hargreave who (who has set his headquarters on Roosevelt Island to self destruct, destruct) admits in his final transmission to Alcatraz that he's looking forward to finally dying.]]
8th Jun '17 11:37:00 PM RemiV
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** Psycho in 3. Good example is when he realizes he let it slip that him and [[MissionControl Claire]] are in a relationship after he promised "not to tell a living soul". At first he curses at himself for breaking the promise....then realizes that Prophet might no longer be considered "alive" via the standard definition. "Ah well, guess I didn't go back on my word, eh?"

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** Psycho in 3. Good example is when he realizes he let it slip that him and [[MissionControl Claire]] are in a relationship after he promised "not to tell a living soul". At first he curses at himself for breaking the promise....then realizes that Prophet might no longer be considered "alive" via the standard definition. "Ah
---> "Ah! I promised her I wouldn't tell another living soul!.......Ah
well, guess I didn't go back on my word, eh?"



--> "You know that line they feed you in boot camp, ''[[DrillSergeantNasty You can rest when you're dead]]''? [[spoiler: [[DeadManWalking Complete bullshit]]!]]"

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--> ---> "You know that line they feed you in boot camp, ''[[DrillSergeantNasty You can rest when you're dead]]''? [[spoiler: [[DeadManWalking Complete bullshit]]!]]"
8th Jun '17 11:35:40 PM RemiV
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---> '''Hargreave:''' If it's at all possible, son, d'you think you could keep my billion dollar suit out of the line of fire for awhile? It'd really be better for all involved if you came back to me in one piece.



---> '''Hargreave:''' If it's at all possible, son, d'you think you could keep my billion dollar suit out of the line of fire for awhile? It'd really be better for all involved if you came back to me in one piece.
8th Jun '17 11:34:33 PM RemiV
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** Psycho in 3. Good example is when he realizes he let it slip that him and [[MissionControl Claire]] are in a relationship after he promised "not to tell a living soul". At first he curses at himself for breaking the promise....then realizes that Prophet might no longer be considered "alive" via the standard definition. "Ah well, guess I didn't go back on my word, eh?"
8th Jun '17 11:26:08 PM RemiV
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* DeadManWalking [[spoiler: Anyone who puts on a Nanosuit is this, according to Prophet, although ''Crysis 3'' seems to contradict this. The most common sense explanation is that what he means is that once you put the suit on, you can never take it off (as it essentially fuses with your body).]] A little more literally with Alcatraz, at it's stated that, ''aside'' from the previous point, [[spoiler: his injuries from the Ceph gunship in the opening are fatal and the Nanosuit keeps him alive.]]

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* DeadManWalking [[spoiler: Anyone who puts on a Nanosuit is this, according to Prophet, although ''Crysis 3'' seems to contradict this. The most common sense explanation is that what he means is that once you put the suit on, you can never take it off (as it essentially fuses with your body).]] ]]
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A little more literally with Alcatraz, at it's stated that, ''aside'' from the previous point, [[spoiler: his injuries from the Ceph gunship in the opening are fatal and the Nanosuit keeps him alive.]]
** Jacob Hargreave claims that [[spoiler: the entire human race is this, unless we have "Post-Human Warriors" capable of combating the Ceph, otherwise the Ceph WILL completely EXTERMINATE humanity like pests.
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8th Jun '17 11:12:34 PM RemiV
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--->[[spoiler:The thing is, Alcatraz, Prophet -— two more different jarheads you will never meet. Prophet never shut up, he was always joking around, and Alcatraz -— well, let’s just say, not much in the way of social skills. But put ’em in the N2 and even people that different start to —- converge. EEG, voxprints, ACG gates, they all start looking the same after you’ve been in that suit for a while. ...From the outside, sure, you look like an absolute ass-kicking wild man, but really you’ve been -— Tamed, I guess. Tamed.]]

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--->[[spoiler:The thing is, Alcatraz, Prophet -— two more different jarheads you will never meet. Prophet never shut up, he was always joking around, and Alcatraz -— well, let’s just say, not much in the way of social skills. But put ’em in the N2 and even people that different start to —- —- converge. EEG, voxprints, ACG gates, they all start looking the same after you’ve been in that suit for a while. ...From the outside, sure, you look like an absolute ass-kicking wild man, but really you’ve been -— Tamed, I guess. Tamed.]]


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** [[spoiler: There is Colonel Lee as well. He and Psycho clash multiple times in Crysis: Warhead, but only ever in cutscenes. It ends with a cutscene where Psycho subdues him during a fight in a VTOL, shocking him with his own calibrator, before throwing him out the back (and throwing him his calibrator) and leaving him mostly unarmed and alone against the approaching Ceph fleet.]]
8th Jun '17 11:08:43 PM RemiV
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* CriticalResearchFailure: The writers seem to think that the Special Forces are part of the Marines throughout the entire series. While its not uncommon for Special Forces to work along side Marines, the SF are a branch of the U.S. Army. It can be forgiven in Crysis 1/Warhead when it could be argued that the Special Forces are just in an operation along side the Marines, but in Crysis 3's multiplayer, the ammo pouches on the Marine nanosuits blatantly say "U.S. Special Forces" and have the Marine emblem on them
** The Nanosuited Teams' logos are all modeled after the British SAS Emblem, not anything from U.S. Special Forces. Possibly justified, since one of their members is on loan from the SAS (Psycho).
** In Crysis 2, the excuse to have CELL patrolling New York city, instead of the U.S. Army National Guard, is that its cheaper. Private Military Contractors, on average, cost $500-$750 a day in wages alone. Compared to the average National Guard soldier, whose wage is about 1/4th - 1/3rd of that.
7th Jun '17 1:26:36 PM RemiV
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-> ''"Son, you seem to think this is [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall some kind of game]]."''
-->-- '''Jacob Hargreave''', ''[[{{Novelization}} Crysis: Legion]]''

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-> ''"Son, you seem to think this ''"This isn't a war ordinary humans can win! This is [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall some kind of game]]."''
the future - death's an inconvenience now, nothing more. We are all dead men walking!"''
-->-- '''Jacob Hargreave''', ''[[{{Novelization}} Crysis: Legion]]''
'' Crysis 2''
7th May '17 2:14:48 AM Joylock
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** In the first ''Crysis'', General Kyong's nanosuit starts glowing blue after the Ceph mothership activates, triggering a boss battle in which he can take significantly more damage than other enemy nanosuit soldiers. At the time it just seems like a random thing that happens so he can be a boss fight. In ''Crysis 3'', you learn that nanosuits are based on Ceph technology and can be supercharged by overexposure to Ceph energy; in the last level, you can supercharge your suit with the same blue glow and increased durability that Kyong had.
26th Mar '17 9:56:40 PM mspears
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** Roger, the poor interviewer debriefing Alcatraz in ''Legion''. It's clear from the narration that Roger is asking Alactraz questions as certain points, as we'll see Alactraz pause and respond ("So anyway...I'm sorry? Oh, you meant the [x], no, I was talking about the [y]..."), but he doesn't actually have any printed lines of dialogue, forcing the reader to guess at his questions based on Alcatraz's reactions.

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** Roger, the poor interviewer debriefing Alcatraz in ''Legion''. It's clear from the narration that Roger is asking Alactraz Alcatraz questions as certain points, as we'll see Alactraz Alcatraz pause and respond ("So anyway...I'm sorry? Oh, you meant the [x], no, I was talking about the [y]..."), but he doesn't actually have any printed lines of dialogue, forcing the reader to guess at his questions based on Alcatraz's reactions.
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