yes, as I already posted, they delayed the ##%^&%^ launch 8 hours. I would think you could get a report from a site that doesn't use the word "ain't" though, lol.
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10/26/07 at 2:04am
|They are holding it hostage for another 8 hours|
|As you might have read already, people who pre-ordered Crysis via EA's online store were supposed to be able to download and play the single player demo a day early (e.g. - today). There is one tiny problem though: the demo ain't working... The problem seems to be a broken authentication/decryption system.
News just in - those that have pre-ordered Crysis through EA are now able to download the demo. You should have an email notification about this! There are reports that this may be still encrypted and not available until a later time. The public release should be exactly 24 hours later after this release. inCrysis is in the process of pre-loading so expect download links the minute it's available to the public.
For those that have it, please do the decent thing and don't spread it. It's only hurting EA and Crytek. Do not ask, nor post any download/torrent links either.
We have been receiving a number of mixed reports. Many are experiencing errors on launching, some saying they can't unencrypt it either. At this stage we don't have any additional information about these problems
it''s still illegal. If a game has a selective release & you are bypassing the security measures (zip encryption & key) to thwart those controls it's illegal. I'm afraid you would lose in a court of law. Just because it's called a demo, does not infer it's not protected content lol. On another note, enjoy the demo, it was fun