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Ryse: Son of Rome Day One Edition - Xbox One

by Microsoft
Xbox One
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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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  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CMQTU74
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches ; 3.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 22, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (402 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,243 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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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.

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Amidst the chaos of the late Roman Empire, become soldier Marius Titus and embark on a perilous campaign to avenge the death of your family. Through the immersive realism made possible by Xbox One, you'll experience brutal skirmishes and massive battles as you fight to restore honor to Rome at any cost.

Cinematic immersion in the Roman Empire
Ryse: Son of Rome presents a cinematic recreation of the Roman Empire in breathtaking detail, from the northern reaches of Britannia, to the coliseum and the very heart of Rome.

Brutally realistic combat
The brutality and intensity of Roman warfare are brought to life in visceral detail, thrusting the player into the chaos of close-quarters combat, where you can see and feel the emotion on your opponent's face.

Embark on a journey of revenge, betrayal and divine intervention
Ryse: Son of Rome tells the story of a young Roman soldier, who witnesses the murder of his family at the hands of barbarian bandits, then travels with the Roman army to Britannia to see revenge. Quickly rising through the ranks, he leads the Roman army against the barbarian horde, then discovers that he must return to Rome to find his vengeance.

Gladiatorial glory
Rome is synonymous with the Coliseum and its epic gladiatorial battles, and in online MultiPlayer Ryse will plunge you into this brutal world**. Take on the guise of a gladiator and enter the Coliseum to fight side-by-side against an everchanging array of enemies, in dynamic environments, to the roar of thousands of spectators.

Full Xbox SmartGlass integration
With the ability to deep link directly into the campaign and launch from Xbox SmartGlass, players can jump directly into the experience. Game DVR lets you review and share the best experiences from your game directly from your tablet. A context-sensitive achievement and help guide will help you unlock secrets along the way, with tips that are synched to your location and situation***.

Command and fight with Kinect
When in formations, optional voice commands allow you to direct attacks and encourage your troops, while motivational cries can turn the tide of a mass battle by rallying troops or focusing attacks.

* Available in limited quantities at select retailers while supplies last.
**Online multiplayer requires Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately)
*** Compatible device with Xbox SmartGlass app and internet required; ISP fees apply.

NOTE: You are reserving Ryse: Son of Rome, for use only with Xbox One; both expected to be released in November 2013. Game for activation and distribution only in Canada, Mexico and the United States. You must accept Xbox Terms of Use (including standard application license terms). See xbox.com/reserve for additional Xbox One information.

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To find his vengeance, Marius has to return to Rome
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Cinematic recreation of the Roman Empire
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Revenge, Betrayal, and the Gods Themselves

Ryse: Son of Rome plunges you into the chaos and depravity of the late Roman Empire. Through the immersive realism made possible by Xbox One, it tells the story of Marius Titus who witnesses the murder of his family at the hands of barbarians. Seeking revenge, Marius must embark on a perilous journey of revenge, betrayal, and divine intervention. He joins the Roman army in Britannia and quickly rises through the ranks to become a General. As his war against the barbarians escalates, his quest unravels: to find his vengeance, he has to return to Rome. As Marius, you’ll engage in brutal combat and lead your forces into massive battles to save Rome from threats to its very existence.

Cinematic Immersion in the Roman Empire

Ryse: Son of Rome presents a cinematic recreation of the Roman Empire in breathtaking detail, from the northern reaches of Britannia, to the coliseum and the very heart of Rome.

Close-quarters combat
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Encourage your troops using optional voice commands
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Brutally Realistic Combat

The brutality and intensity of Roman warfare are brought to life in vivid, visceral detail, thrusting the player into the chaos of close-quarters combat, where you can see and feel the emotion on your opponent’s face.

Find Gladiatorial Glory

Rome is synonymous with the Coliseum and its epic gladiatorial battles. Through online multiplayer, Ryse will plunge you into this brutal world.* Take on the guise of a gladiator and enter the Coliseum to fight side-by-side against an everchanging array of enemies, in dynamic environments, to the roar of thousands of spectators.

Full SmartGlass Integration

An interactive achievement guide on your SmartGlass device helps you unlock secrets along the way, provides synchronized tips, and even full-video walkthroughs of the trickiest areas.** Xbox SmartGlass integration provides curated help and hints at any time with a context-sensitive guide.

Command and Fight with Kinect

Direct attacks and encourage your troops using optional voice commands to turn the tide of battle.

* Online multiplayer requires Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately).


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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable, albeit short, repetitive, and linear December 2, 2013
By Mikal
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Ryse is a game that show cases the potential graphics for future gaming but lacks the depth to be a $60 launch title.
The game can be played and beat in one day in about 5-6 hours. I spread it across two days to make it last a little longer.

I will list the pros and cons

Pros:
Gorgeous graphics - Nice to show to friends and family
Story - Enjoyable although typical
Executions - very enjoyable to watch, easy to execute
Multiplayer - fun co-op with changing environments
Achievements - Very easy to obtain

Cons:
Story very short about 5-6
Linear - yeah you can go down dead end paths to obtain collectibles. I would have liked alterative paths that lead to potential different experience.
No single player replay ability
Executions - color coding I think took away from the experience. I also if you missed the correct button it really made no difference.
Multiplayer - Micro transactions, load times.
Repetitive - only a few enemy types, limited moves, very predictable fighting patterns, rinse, wash repeat patterns.

Overall - this is a good rental since you can beat it in a day or two. It is a beautiful show piece but I cannot see paying $60 for this game. I would say wait until this becomes a budget title to purchase.
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88 of 102 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ryse: Son of Rome Review, Short but sweet! *Update* November 25, 2013
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So first off, I sat down yesterday morning with my Xbox One ready to play an actual game, rather than just playing and setting up the menu's and watching movies. First game I popped in was Ryse, and may I say, although short, was very fulfilling.

The game takes you on a journey as Marius, a son of Rome who's out on a quest for vengence and glory. The combat and action are awesome, take away some minor timing queues that throw you off when trying to pull off an execution. Executions, they are ways to finish off your enemies, and by pressing the up, down, left, or right on the D-pad to choose what type of powerup you would like to have once you complete a sucessful execution (health, damage, XP, or focus). Executions are done by pressing the right trigger when you see a white or red skull over your enemy, then press the right color button (blue or yellow) when the enemy
flashes that specific color (bascially yellow is your shield and blue is the sword).

Graphics look amazing, I was very impressed by the foilage and different areas in which they take us, from the city settings, to forests, to night scapes, and so on. One thing to note, during some fights you may find yourself having issues moving the camera, as if it was stuck on a bush or building and you might get attacked off screen or don't know what queues it tells you for an execution. You fight all sorts of men, no monsters, or animals, or anything like that, just soldiers, men, people who think they are gods and so on.

Story, I really enjoyed, was a little confused at the beginning but then it smoothed itself out and brought the story around full circle, very fun. Some fights were tough, no joke, but a blast!
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83 of 105 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars RYSE into the NEXT GEN!!!!! November 23, 2013
By TJ
RYSE: Son of Rome is a GORGEOUS GAME!!! I had to say that before I even begin with this review. It seems that the "Professional"(If you want to call them that) review crews have been far too tough on a great game. I don't like when reviews contain irrelevant information like "Microsoft WAS going to make RYSE a Kinect only game" or "RYSE isn't better then this game or that game" the review should be solely based on RYSE and at this point based on it's competition of NEXT GEN games. With that said RYSE has set the BAR graphically, it was like the first time I played the original HALO on 360; what a sight to see. Now beyond the graphics YES it's similar to GOD of WAR with the button mashing and timed button pushing for executions.

They also switch things up though, you play through a horde of enemies hand to hand then you go to a arrow post to shoot an onslaught of enemies sniper style. The voice command features are pretty sweet!!! An indication on your screen will tell you the catapults are ready then you vocally YELL OUT "FIRE CATAPULTS" and the flaming boulders come flying in CRUSHING your enemies, SWEET!!!!!!! LOL Well I don't want to tell the whole game, but trust me you won't get "BORED"........"BORED" Who said that? LOL Oh and to let all the "FANBOYS" know I have BOTH XBOX ONE and PS4 so know I am not on EITHER side, just enjoying the show. Now back to the review, it's not as easy as they claim to "button smash", you have to set enemies up for dual executions and when your near the edge of a bridge your execution would change to throwing your enemy over the ledge, there is a learning curve. The gameplay is immersive you feel like your there.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ryse: Good Launch Game November 22, 2013
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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.
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4.0 out of 5 stars First thing I noticed, was the executions. They ...
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Excellent graphics, cut scenes. Replay value is limited though.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Amazon delivered well... game wasn't as good as I hoped
game arrived working... didn't like the game... everything showed up perfectly and before due date... game wasn't as good as I hoped
Published 1 month ago by keith
3.0 out of 5 stars Graphics were excellent.
Bought this for my grandkids. They said it was a little disappointing, as it didn't them long to beat the game. Graphics were excellent.
Published 1 month ago by hippy grandma
1.0 out of 5 stars If you want a 20 minute game this is for you
Too repetitive. Flat story with expectation that you will play the same levels, which are very static, over and over again.
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1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
Pathetic.
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