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Ryse: Son of Rome

by Microsoft
Xbox One
Mature
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (259 customer reviews) 4 answered questions

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  • Cinematic immersion in the Roman Empire
  • Brutally realistic combat that definitely keeps you attention for hours
  • Command and fight with Kinect
  • Full Xbox SmartGlass integration
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Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FM5IY38
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 22, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (259 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #328 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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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).

Product Description

Xbox One immerses you in the ancient Roman world where you'll become soldier Marius Titus and embark on a perilous campaign to restore honor to Rome at any cost.

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71 of 85 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What are the Game Review Websites Talking About?? January 1, 2014
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Just recently purchased the Xbox One. I wanted to purchase this game at the same time, but I read all the reviews online which were all bad. So I did not purchase this game. I then began to read reviews from actual gamers. They were at odds with the online professional review sites, Gamespot, IGN, etc. I mean, I can't remember when this last happened. To be that far apart in opinion is amazing.

Based on actual gamer reviews, i went ahead and took a chance and purchased this game. I am so glad I did. This game is freakin awesome. Let me tell you right now, the professional review sites were all wrong on this title. I can't remember when they were this far off. I have no idea what they were talking about. Lets break this down as follows.

1. Graphics. 5/5 period. This game just looks Next Gen in every way possible. It blew me away and will blow you away as well.

2. Sound. 5/5 period. The sounds of the game are excellent including the voice acting. The music is set for the time period. Think of the movie Ben Hur. The music is right on the mark following the action on screen perfectly.

3. Story Immersion. 5/5 period. The story moves along at a great pace and is very involving. You feel for Marius (the main character) and want him to succeed. The story builds and will suck you in. You can't wait to see what happens next. This is a pure sign of a well scripted game. Again, the music is right on the mark here as well, complimenting the story line perfectly.

4. Game Play. 4/5. Ok. I will agree it does get repetitive. This is completely bearable given the strong story, strong character development, graphics and music.
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52 of 63 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Roman version of Rage December 10, 2013
Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
This is probably one of the best games I have played when it comes to graphics. The music really helps it come together. However, the game feels like it's about 40% done. They either rushed the hell out of this game to get it out for launch dayor they put all their energy into the graphics. It reminds me of Rage. Amazing graphic and boring repetitive game play. I have played it for about 2 1/2 hours and I am alreay 49% done with the game. I think part of my experience is due to just finishing assassin's creed black flag. That game is not perfect, but it's a great game. If Ryse was an open world format with more to do, it could have been amazing. The game is very linear and the story is mediocre. Definitely worth playing, but I will be listing it on amazon as soon as I am done with the campaign. You barely develop as a character. There are very few combat moves that you learn in the beginning and that's it. No weapon upgrades. Pretty boring in terms of upgrading your character
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Underrated Game December 26, 2013
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Got this game as a Christmas gift and am loving it. Single player is definitely short, and I plan on playing through a second time (which I don't normally do). I took off a star simply from lack of variety in weapons, and length of the game.

That said, this is easily one of the best looking games I have played on a console, and that includes having beaten Killzone: Shadow Fall. For a launch title, this definitely is a title to show off to friends, and also holds it's own as a simple hack and slash game.

Hope it gets a sequel with a longer story and more rpg elements (weapon/upgrade variety) but that said I wanted to write a review to recommend this game. I had gotten caught up in all the negative press this game getting and was ready to pass on it, but so far am really enjoy it.
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27 of 35 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game indeed with lot of realism December 13, 2013
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This game has probably the most beautiful and detailed graphics I've ever seen ever for a video game on either Xbox One or PlayStation 4 platforms. Great story telling, won't mention anything to not spoil. Combat becomes a bit repetitive that is the truth, but you are a Roman soldier, with an armor, a sword, spears, a shield and a scorpio (stationary flame arrow thrower) in some areas. Those are your weapons and you fight man to man as a Roman soldier would do, with your skills and agility to survive. In some areas you will lead a formation of soldiers all at once to penetrate some enemy areas (pretty awesome), where all protect themselves or attack at your command. Also you can unleash your rage when you have filled one of the meters and attack very fast and unchallenged for a few seconds (good for some of the boss fights). It is not button mashing, you need a strategy to attack, push, block and evade to survive. Executions are gory and brutal even still a bit repetitive too. At higher levels, if you do not execute quickly when the icon appears, your enemy will continue fighting if you miss the short window. Many times you will be outnumbered and you need those skills to stay alive. Also you have some heavy attacks that can open almost any opponent guard. The single player consists of 8 (VIII) acts or chapters, each one taking around an hour each. A bit shorter than I expected but sweet. At the end you finish with a feeling of accomplishment and an epic and big ending. I have not tried the multiplayer yet. If you have an Xbox One, then it is a recommended game. I am giving 4 out of 5 stars. From 1 to 10, it would be like an 8.5. Great original story. Recommended and enjoyable.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Low expectations - high scores
After orignally seeing Ryse: Son of Rome demoed, I was excited to play it. But after it was released and I read the mediocre critic reviews for Ryse, my expectations quickly... Read more
Published 6 hours ago by Jacob LeTourneau
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Awsome game swift service accurate description
Published 20 hours ago by Jeremy
3.0 out of 5 stars ok but the pornographic scene ruined it.
Fun game but lacks any offline single pplayer options outside of the story which btw has softcore porn/bordeline sex.not necessarily a great game because of this. Read more
Published 1 day ago by Jermeldaise
4.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad game
Typical hack and slash game. I enjoyed it and it does look quite well.
Published 3 days ago by William
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Best game on xbox! Need to make a part two
Published 5 days ago by Bennie Wallace
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
I am liking the story line a lot
Published 6 days ago by Lawrence White
2.0 out of 5 stars A visual 5 stars but otherwise a grudging 2 stars
After I got my (Kinect free), Xbox one console... I decided to pony up some money on a game until my list of pre-order must haves began to appear.... Read more
Published 7 days ago by Diana J.
5.0 out of 5 stars Sick game
This game is sick. I beat it a few times on the hardest difficulty.
Published 9 days ago by ERIC
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great game when I get to play it...(smile)
Published 9 days ago by Dan Miller
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Good game
Published 10 days ago by Brian
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