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Ryse: Son Of Rome Walkthrough Guide
The critical consensus is that the game just doesn't live up to the hype. Nevertheless, gamers looking for a little bit of help to get them through the tough parts of the game can relish in the opportunity to make good on a video walkthrough guide for Ryse.
Ryse: Son Of Rome Launch Trailer Looks Surprisingly Good
While Ryse has its own fair share of problems that just about any core gamer can spot a mile away while blinded with hardened camel spit, the launch trailer makes the game look surprisingly good.
Next-Gen Isn't About Resolution On Xbox One, Says Crytek
Why is Ryse: Son of Rome running at only 900p and 30 frames per second on the Xbox One? It doesn't matter. You don't need to know or sweat the details. According to Crytek, next-gen gaming starts this month but all those games they touted at E3 with those high resolutions and buttery smooth frame rates isn't what next-gen is about... say what?
Ryse For Xbox One Is Basic, Predictable And Tedious, States Game Informer
Those adjectives in the headline are the kind of words you want describing your game set for launch just weeks from everyone reading a preview containing such succinctly expressive language. Who wouldn't want everyone to know that their game is a big budget, fancy looking, button-mashing QTE fest?
Ryse DLC Includes Multiplayer Maps, Mode
Crytek has several months' worth of downloadable content planned for Ryse: Son of Rome following the game's launch. Today the developer outlined their DLC plans and announced a Season Pass for gamers.
Phil Spencer Defends Ryse's 900p On Xbox One; No Demo Or PC Version Inbound
So there's quite a bit of Ryse: Son of Rome news that occurred recently, mostly having to do with the design team's decision to keep the game at a seventh gen resolution of 900p as opposed to going full-fledged next-gen with native 1080p for the Xbox One.
Ryse Confirmed At 30fps 900p For Xbox One
Well folks, this is it. The numbers are in and the resolution and frame rates are finalized for Crytek's Ryse: Son of Rome. The game is legitimately capped at 30 frames per second and a resolution of 1600x900. This is how Microsoft will start the next generation of console gaming for the Xbox One.
Xbox One Game Install Sizes Revealed: Digital Future Is Not Possible Right Now
I'm not sure what the folks at the Microsoft Redmond offices were drinking when they came up with an “all digital” future but it certainly wasn't steeped in the confinements of reality. The official game sizes for the Xbox One have been revealed and unless you were on a fiber optic connection, downloading these games wouldn't have been convenient at all.
Crytek's Warface Launches
Starting today, gamers throughout North America, Europe and Turkey can play Crytek's new titleWarface. Warface is a free-to-play, multiplayer shooter powered by CryEngine3, the same technology behind Crysis 3.
Ryse's Damocles Trailer Shows The Game That Ryse Should Have Been
With the game's impending launch, Crytek has been letting loose new material for the game, and one of the latest bits of promo media is a trailer about the legend of Damocles... the two minute trailer is better than anything we've seen from Ryse to date.
Ryse: Son Of Rome Story Trailer Features Marius Out For Revenge
Xbox fanboys have been buzzing around any and all positive forms of media for the Xbox One that they can get and who are we to deny them this luxury when there are so few opportunities to say or show anything decent or remotely good about the Xbox One? Well, you can chalk up the Ryse: Son of Rome story trailer as one of those rare, visually delectable treats in which fanboys can bask in their brand's worth.
Crytek Admits Microsoft Had To Rewrite Xbox One Code To Run Software
More less-than-savory news has emerged for the Xbox One regarding Crytek's Ryse: Son of Rome... according to the developers they didn't really showcase the game the way it should have been and that's because the Xbox One wasn't necessarily designed for it.
Crytek Defends Ryse On Xbox One, Says It's Not Just A QTE Game
The Xbox One is probably the most reviled console prior to its launch. There's never been such a massive media backlash against a console during the pre-console war launch the way it's been for Microsoft's next generation home entertainment device. Well, all that hate has boiled over into affecting public perception on the games for the Xbox One... including Crytek's Ryse: Son of Rome.
Homefront 2 First Images Leaked
VG 24/7 managed to get their hands on screen-capped photos from a promotional handout for Homefront 2, the game that's currently in development at Crytek and also doesn't have a publisher after Crytek picked up the IP from THQ, who has completely dissolved as a publisher.
Crytek: Ryse Will Look Better On Xbox One Than It Did At E3
Well it's been a busy two days for Crytek and the media vultures circling Ryse after it was revealed that the game took some hits in scaling. Out to set the record straight, Crytek's general manager has come forward to denounce the new-found negativity circling Ryse, and let everyone know that the game will look a lot better in its final form than it did at E3.