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Day One Edition includes collectible box art and exclusive Gladiator Mode Unlockables; Cinematic immersion in the Roman Empire; Brutally realistic combat; Command and fight with Kinect; Full Xbox SmartGlass integration

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Features
  • Day One Edition includes collectible box art and exclusive Gladiator Mode Unlockables
  • Cinematic immersion in the Roman Empire
  • Brutally realistic combat
  • Command and fight with Kinect
Binding
Video Game
Brand
Microsoft
Edition
Day One
ESRB Age Rating
Mature
Genre
Action Video Games
Hardware Platform
Xbox One
Label
Microsoft
Manufacturer Maximum Age
1200
Manufacturer Minimum Age
24
Number Of Discs
1
Number Of Items
1
Operating System
Xbox One
Package Quantity
1
Platform
Xbox One
Product Group
Video Games
Publication Date
2013-11-22
Publisher
Microsoft
Release Date
2013-11-22
Studio
Microsoft
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Reserve your Day One Edition today.* Includes Ryse: Son of Rome Day Edition Exclusive Gladiator Mode Unlockables: The Day One Edition of Ryse: Son of Rome will give players access to an exclusive Gladiator Mode Co-Op Multiplayer Map and an exclusive Sword Add-Ons. Owners of the Day One Edition will be able to invite friends who own the Standard Edition to join them on the exclusive map. • Legionnaire’s Trust Exclusive Sword: From the Brotherhood of Metalworkers high in the Swiss Alps comes this well-crafted, finely hammered blade that includes bonus in-game attributes. • Ruins: Placing gladiators among the columns of an abandoned temple, Ruins will pit players against hordes of Barbarians, attacking from around every corner. The arena changes dynamically during gameplay, adding new obstacles and objectives for the player to encounter and overcome. Product Details Amidst the chaos of the late Roman Empire, become soldier Marius Titus and embark on a perilous campaign to avenge the...

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  • EAN: 0885370661583
  • MPN: 3RT-00001
  • UPC: 885370661613
  • Model: 3RT-00001
  • Part Number: 3RT-00001
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  1. Ryse is a pretty good action combat game that can get a little repetitive, but that doesn’t mean that the game isn’t any good. There are a total of four difficulties you can play the story mode on, but you need to beat the game to play the hardest difficulty. The graphics are amazing, and blows all other next gen games out of the water, but only when it comes to graphics. The game play can leave your hands tired after bashing all the buttons over and over again. There is a lot of blocking, breaking the enemy’s guard, and attacking that makes the game challenging, but not impossible. The coolest part is the spacial rage attack mode that is very useful when attacking multiple enemies at once.I tried to play multiplayer, but I was unsuccessful, because it would not connect to the servers.Overall Ryse is worth playing, and is a member of the good launch titles. A plus of the Day One Edition is that there is a free DLC code.

  2. I had a blast playing this game. During my entire adventure, I found my self stopping to admire the scenery several times. I felt like I was really there with these visuals. I’m a big fan of the quick time sequences… Sometimes you just wanna maximum butt kickery, with minimal effort. The game is short, but you get that watching a movie feeling. I also enjoyed the story. Combine that with my eagerness to see more pretty levels, I couldn’t put this down. Note: I have only played the single player. Probably wont touch multiplayer.Pros:Insane graphicsTons of bloodGreat storyAwesome sound (make sure you have your xbox set to DTS)Easy to pick up and start playingCons:ShortNot really hard (granted I picked the 2nd difficulty level. Must try a higher difficulty and update review)The kill moves get repetitive (that didn’t take away from my fun, but be warned)I can’t wait for another game of this style to hit on Xbox!

  3. Finished the single-player campaign a couple days ago and restarted on a higher difficulty today (you keep your previous upgrades) and I have to say that this game has been underrated by many of the professional critics. The graphics are gorgeous, the story and voice acting are solid, and the combat is spot-on. I can see why some people might call it repetitive but it’s no more repetitive than a fighting game, an mmo, or something like God of War to me. I’m finding it entertaining enough that I want to see how long of a chain I can build and wouldn’t have noticed the limited character models if they hadn’t been pointed out in some of the reviews. Without giving too much away I absolutely loved the arena sequence and am hoping the multiplayer is similar. I’m looking forward to seeing what the dlc will add on and am hoping Crytek are working on a sequel with even more improvements. I’ve been there for most console launches and this is one of the better launch titles that I’ve ever seen. It’s a bit on the sort side (not sure how to check my playtime yet- new to Xbox- but I’d estimate it was around 8 hours for my first playthrough) so if that’s important to you, pick it up for less than retail like I did. I definitely recommend it to other XB1 owners who like gritty action games.

  4. Let me start off by saying my review is very opinionated, I’m probably going to say more of what I don’t like; so it may not be helpful to everyone. I had high expectations for this game, and it really isn’t bad, its just not amazing.First off, not everything looks glamorous in this game. It’s not beautiful in all area’s, but maybe in about 65%-75% of the game. And by this, I mean gameplay as well as graphics. Some people don’t have all the smooth edges and fine-detail in the face. I noticed this in the very first cutscene of the game. The emperor had some lame facial expressions, and some area’s lacked contrast or the right lighting for the areas, but overall the graphics were phenomenal throughout the rest of the game. Sometimes when someone had armor on or touched something, you could see they weren’t actually touching just like in every other game.So, I’d rate the graphics a solid 8.Now, gameplay.I don’t believe Upgrades are as important as Crytek made them sound to be. There would be times I had well over 100,000 Valor (name of currency in this game) and would still be kicking barbarian butt. So, upgrades are helpful, but sometimes not necessary. You can however, buy new execution moves. This adds to the brutality and, well fun of slaying barbarians. You don’t start with many execution moves at all, and the game quickly becomes all too familiar and repetitive within the first four chapters of the game. One thing that really annoys me in this game is the fact that you seem to be the only person capable of killing archers. Still and yet, Marius isn’t very good at it. By the time you kill one archer, you’ve probably been hit with at least 3 arrows. This becomes incredibly annoying.Gameplay I’d rate a 6.5Overall, Ryse scores a 7.

  5. The opening cinematics roll right into game play with seamless transitions and graphics. Ryse is a non-stop action game that is refreshingly different, challenging, and beautiful. You’re predominantly engaged in sword fights requiring well-timed blocks from multiple attackers coming at you from multiple directions, but the designers have created controls that make game-play a lot of fun. As a matter of fact, I quickly became addicted, yes addicted, to the fluid fighting and slow-motion finishing moves. You earn experience points and achievements for great blocks, attacks, and combos, which you use to up-level various skills and abilities.My only minor complaint (truly minor) is that the sword fighting did become a bit repetitive and a little more variety (there was some) would have been great. The good news, though, is that the game designers do introduce a variety of enemies, forcing you to change your fight strategy.Overall, I highly recommend this game (if you can tolerate the blood and gore). Great graphics, sound, story, animation, fight mechanics, and a genuine “wow factor” that leaves you constantly wanting more.

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