Well, first of all Crysis has a type of dynamic, emergent shooter gameplay It's unparalleled visuals with destructible environments just sometimes shocks your eyes when playing it, the graphics are astonishing, better than ANY shooter ever, and Crysis is an amazing accomplishment overall.
Well, stuff that didn't satisfy me is the high stats Crysis needs for it's own good, but sure that is possible if you have ALIENWARE Laptops and PC's with Quad Core Extreme's and 8 - 16 gb RAM. Video card is also something that wonders me from time to time. NVIDIA 8800 and above is sure not a joke, but this game ain't a joke either, comparing it with Counter Strike, CS would be foul shit compared to Crysis.
Crysis gives you all of these toys and ratchets the action higher and higher the deeper you get into it. The first level of the game introduces you to the sandbox combat and the nanosuit. From then on, the battles become larger and more intense as the action escalates. You'll storm North Korean-held villages and bases; encounter their counter to your nanosuit; take part in a chaotic assault on a North Korean harbor; and from there the game accelerates. Next is a wild tank battle in a tropical mountain valley, with helicopters and jet fighters roaring overhead. There's a sheer rush as your tank plows through vegetation and knocks down trees as missiles and tank fire erupt all around you. Meanwhile, the vehicle explosions are convincing, right down to the way ammunition cooks off and sends spirals of smoke outward. It's visual poetry of destruction. You're not confined to your tank the entire time, either. You can jump out at any time and use your suit powers and rifle to take on enemy infantry. When they're dead, pick up their dropped rocket launchers and engage vehicles in a cat-and-mouse-style game.