For its time, Crysis was probably the most graphically impressive game. It was successful enough to spawn a spin off, as well as two sequels.
Starting the game up through the command line prompt and typing in -DEVMODE when booting up the game will start up a developer's mode.
While in this mode, icons will appear on the top left corner of the screen, showing when the game is saving data.
|F1||Toggle First/Third Person View|
|F2||Jump to Next Checkpoint|
|F3||Toggle Fly/Ghost Mode|
|Numpad 1||Give Missile Launcher, Shotgun, Alien MOAC|
|Numpad 2||Unlimited Ammo|
|Numpad Enter||Enables a debug menu|
An .xls file is hidden inside english.pak, as does Warhead. This isn't too different from the final version, but there are some small changes. Notably, there are references to Chinese soldiers, who were changed to Korean soldiers to avoid a ban in China.
NOMAD: Damn it! I'm screwed. Reserve won't open! I'm tangled.
A slightly different piece of dialogue from when Nomad gets knocked out in the opening.
KOREAN SOLDIER 1: Let's drop the act. We've been monitoring your communications. We know you contacted your superiors. General Kyong has been informed of your actions. FEMALE SCIENTIST: Kyong doesn't know what he's dealing with. He doesn't understand the risks. KOREAN SOLDIER 1: General Kyong is an intelligent man, but also a brutal man. You will see that for yourself soon enough.
A conversation between a female scientist, presumably Helena, and a Korean soldier.
The Crysis series