Technically it is a port of a PSP game but the puzzles are vastly improved by the Dual-Screen and Sterescopic visuals supported by the 3DS. Best of all: it is crazy cheap now, I got my copy for less than £5.
Good for Crytek, they saved Free Radical too, but we haven't seen anything come of that yet. That makes 9 Crytek studios by my count.
They developed the multiplayer for Crytek 2 and are working on the multiplayer for Crytek 3. They are also developing Homefront 2. So they are doing something, maybe not what we want them to i.e. Timesplitters 4 but hey, something.
I expect Vigil to do the same, just additional work for Crytek's franchises.
Good to know, its good that they have work. It would be nice to see Vigil continue work on that prototype they've been talking up recently but Crytek doesn't have the rights to that, at least not yet.
And still no word on a new Timesplitters. How very disappointing Crytek. I feel absolutely no hype regarding either Crysis 3, Homefront 2 or Warface. It is nice to see someone has picked up Vigil, albeit partially, but I suspect that even EA would do more with such talented developers, rather than placing them at the clutures of a developer working on several poorly realised FPS projects.