Ryse: Son of Rome is an action-adventure video game developed by German studio Crytek published by Microsoft Studios.
It released as a launch title for the Xbox One, and later released for PC as well.
Microsoft is riding on a wave of goodwill and momentum- here's how they can continue down that path.
Great games, to be had for very less.
Formerly Xbox One exclusive, Crytek's action title hit Steam and GameStop today.
Crytek's Brian Chambers talks about the upcoming PC version and its various new features.
For $50, you get the game and all the DLC.
Senior producer Brian Chambers reveals the numerous updates the PC version will have over Xbox One.
Senior producer Brian Chambers says the company "can't comment" on a sequel.
Senior Producer at Crytek, Brian Chambers comments on the lack of PS4 version of Ryse.
It demands a sacrifice of your firstborn.
'It's our IP, we can do whatever we want.'
Crytek "100 percent not happy with Xbox One sales" right now.
Imagine the possibilities with mod support for the upcoming PC version.
The Romans return with 4K support.
Crytek is in a bad way these days, despite denials.
New Arenas and Easter Eggs await.
Without Kinect, Microsoft's console is priced close to the PlayStation 4
What does Microsoft have up its sleeve this year?
GamingBolt speaks to Crytek's US Engine Business Development Manager Sean Tracy to know all about CryEngine and the latest games development trends.
Sean Tracy of Crytek talks in detail about exploiting the power of the PS4 and Xbox One.
Crytek's Sean Tracy talks about how the Ryse dev team took advantage of the Xbox One.
As always, it looks pretty.
The original game will also be on sale starting tomorrow for $40.
Chris Roberts offers his take on the benefits of CryEngine.
Are you not entertained?
Will you buy into it?
'Rysing' to the occasion.
Ryse proves that that resolution and frame rate aren't everything in a next-gen game.
Design director PJ Esteves believes Ryse will be the "hot one at the launch prom".
A complete guide for Ryse Son of Rome.
A complete video walkthrough for Ryse Son of Rome.
It does a good job of selling the game to you.
All hail, or something like that.
Microsoft addresses the pivotal launch line-up for the Xbox One.
Well, it looks good, but how does it play?
Find out how much space each game will occupy on the Xbox One.
PJ Estevez sounds off of the resolution controversies plaguing Ryse.
"Go look at the games. Go play the games"
Does it succeed? Eh...
Discussions are currently on-going as to when it should be made available.
What a surprise, right?
New Season Pack will give access to fourteen maps as well as exclusive weapons.
Fight for Rome
New videos shed more light on the upcoming game,
'The CPU performance is better than last-gen but not by a huge margin, the GPU on the other hand is a really sizeable improvement. '
Crytek on Xbox One's ESRAM and custom AA in Ryse.
Producer Michael Read talks about comparisons to Sony's hack and slash epic.
Look out, Spartacus.
Crytek's upcoming hack and slash launch title receives some new info.
This trailer should go a long way towards convincing you.
GamingBolt gets in touch with Mike Read to talk about all things 'Ryse Son of Rome.'
Producer Michael Read says there is no silver bullet when it comes to game development.
Lesson of life: Never tweet about crunch times.
Not only that, but rushed hardware might lead to widespread defects ala RROD.
Producer Mike Read also talks about the game's original direction for Xbox 360.
Crytek Producer Mike Read on Xbox One's architecture and Kinect commands in Ryse Son of Rome.
Yerli talks about graphics and visuals of Ryse Son of Rome.
Aaron Greenberg clarifies Ryse's native resolution.
Ryse will be heeding the call of the next generation.
Does Son of Rome have a sequel in development already? Crytek neither confirms nor denies.
Shots fired, for the millionth time.
Criticism of too many QTEs has been addressed in Crytek's upcoming action title.
Exclusive stuff for early Xbox One owners.
Tons of new details for the upcoming hack and slash game.
Details on the tech and the games behind the console.
Everything you need to know about Ryse: Son of Rome
The Microsoft Games Studios VP thinks Crytek did "a great job" with the graphics while calling combat "strong".
Michael Read says the final game will be much different.
Crytek details some brand new information for the Xbox One launch game.
Ryse Son of Rome wallpapers for your viewing pleasure.
Bloody Action Title
The game literally plays itself.
Command troops and battle through Rome in Crytek's Xbox One exclusive.
Are you not entertained?!
Crytek announces support for Xbox One.
A rundown of the games that might be revealed during tonight’s event.
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