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Ryse: Son of Rome





Fight as a soldier. Lead as a general. Rise as a legend.

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Kämpfe als Soldat. Führe als General. Werde zur Legende.

„Ryse: Son of Rome“ erzählt die Geschichte des Legionärs Marius Titus, der mit ansehen muss, wie seine Familie von Barbaren getötet wird. Marius sinnt auf Rache und schließt sich der römischen Armee in Britannien, wo er schnell zum General aufsteigt. Während der Krieg gegen die Barbaren aus dem Norden eskaliert, zeigt sich seine wahre Bestimmung: Um seine Rache zu bekommen muss er nach Rom zurückkehren…

Eine fesselnde Geschichte über Rache im alten Rom

Reise ins Herz des römischen Imperiums und erlebe die brutalen Kämpfe wie nie zuvor, denn Ryse: Son of Rome“ unterstützt auf dem PC Auflösungen bis hin zu glorreichem 4k. Damit wird die Crytek Tradition PC Hardware bis an ihr Limit zu treiben nahtlos fortgesetzt, während die Spieler tief in die Intrigen des altem Roms hineingezogen werden.

„Ryse: Son of Rome“ ist ein actiongeladenes Abenteuer voller brutaler Kämpfe und Heldenmut. Folgt dem furchtlosen römischen Soldaten Marius Titus der in der Armee versucht den Mord an seiner Familie zu rächen, und dort zum Helden wird der das römische Reich retten muss.

“Ryse: Son of Rome” ist eine kinoreife Nachbildung des römischen Reiches, seiner Menschen, Kriege und Landschaften und bringt die Intensität der römischen Kriegsführung in atemberaubendem Detail auf den heimischen PC.


Das komplette Ryse Erlebnis
Die PC Version von „Ryse: Son of Rome“ bietet das komplette Paket aus dem Xbox One Launch Hit und allen vier DLC Packs

Ein echtes PC Spiel
Gaming in 4k ist der nächste große grafische Schritt für PC Spiele, und “Ryse” ist die Messlatte für was heute in PC Spielen möglich ist. Die Mischung aus Cryteks legendärer CRYENGINE-Technologie und der neuesten PC Hardware last dich Kämpfe im römischen Reich erleben wie nie zuvor!

Tauche in eine kinoreife neue Generation ein
Marius Rachegeschichte wird durch die neuesten Errungenschaften im Bereich der Performance Capture und den dadurch entstandenen lebensechten Charakteren zum Leben erweckt.

Brutale Action
“Ryse: Son of Rome” liefert mitreißend brutale und realistische Kämpfe und gewaltige Schlachten. Erlebe die gnadenlose Geschichte Roms hautnah mit während du dich in den Nahkampf gegen die barbarischen Horden stürzt.

Kooperative Gladiatorenaction im Kolosseum
Der Kolosseum-Modus wirft dich und einen Freund in die Arena, wo ihr euch unter dem tosenden Applaus der Menge, gegen ständig neue Gegner und Herausforderungen beweisen müsst.

Ein dynamisches Schlachtfeld
Der Kolosseum-Modus kommt mit 25 verschiedenen Karten, mit Umgebungen die von britannischen Barbarenlagern zu den Pyramiden Ägyptens reichen.

Erschaffe deine eigene Legende
Du entscheidest selbst über dein Schicksal: Passe deinen Gladiator mit Erfahrungspunkten und Gold an, kaufe dir neue Rüstungen, Schwerter und Schilde, und beweise dich in der Arena.
    Das “Kolosseum“ Paket mit zwei neuen Gladiatoren-Skins und zwei neuen Arena-Karten.
    Das „Mars‘ Auserwählte Paket“ mit einer neuen Gladiatoren-Skin, 4 Arena-Karten und dem brandneuen Überlebensmodus.
    Das “Duell des Schicksals” Paket mit zwei neuen Gladiatoren-Skins, zwei neuen Karten für die Arena und einer zusätzlichen Karte für den Überlebensmodus
    Das “Morituri” Paket mit drei neuen Arena-Karten, zwei Karten für den Überlebensmodus sowie fünf Karten die für den Solomodus angepasst wurden.

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Koch Media
Crytek UK
Freitag, 10. Oktober 2014
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows® Vista 64-bit / Windows® 7 64-bit / Windows® 8 64-bit
  • Processor: Dual core with HyperThreading technology or quad core CPU (4+ logical processors)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 11 graphics card with 1 GB video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Hard Drive: 26 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows® Vista 64-bit / Windows® 7 64-bit / Windows® 8 64-bit
  • Processor: Quad Core or Six Core CPU (6+ logical processors)
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 11 graphics card with 2 GB video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Hard Drive: 26 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible Sound Card with latest drivers

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Great looking action game


I played this with my Xbox 360 controller on PC and it played fine. No bugs or trouble with it and using the controller actually made it easier since it was made for the controller. The game itself looked beautiful. Really great graphics and cut scenes. The story is ok....nothing spectacular. You play a Roman soldier who has been killed and brought back by a God to seek revenge on those who wronged him. Standard action game controls and whatnot. Getting there is the fun in this one. The ending was satisfying. I actually finished this game because I had a lot of fun playing it and I wanted to see that ending I'd worked for. There was just one tough part that seemed a lot tougher than the rest of the game and I almost gave up at that point. But after taking a few days off from it and returning I beat it the first or second try. No idea what held me up. Just one of those things where given a rest it will click.

Suprisingly good title.


When I first started the game I thought "I often see it in the promotion, there must be something wrong with it." But to my surprise, Crytek did not disappoint and even created a good hack'n'slash in the ancient Rome. Beautiful graphics and interesting story can satisfy everyone. Already at the beginning of the game, we witness an assassination against the father of the main character Marius and the player's goal is to avenge a dead father and kill all who stand in his way.

A gorgeous exercise in mediocrity


Ryse: Son of Rome looks stunning, but is let down by linear repetitive gameplay and the constant intrusion of cut scenes that didn't end up telling much of a story. The consolation the game offers is that it's short (~6hrs) so that it doesn't get even more repetitive. The core game mechanic is the beat-em-up that Batman Arkham Asylum did so well. Ryse's addition to the genre was to break free of the combat to perform executions - something that broke the original mechanic while adding little to the game. If it wasn't a way to regain health or collect extra experience, it would be more a hinderance than a feature. The extra gameplay mechanics like advancing a legion or picking off archers with spears never really integrated into the game. Gameplay never really felt organic, which is something other beat-em-up games do much better. One final thing to note is the story, because a lot of effort went into rendering the tale. This could have been where the game could have set itself apart by being like a graphic novel. But the story was mediocre, and the amount of time taken to tell the story kept breaking the already fractured gameplay up even further. With a bit more variation in enemies, a more streamlined (and less intrusive) story, and a few tweaks to the core gameplay, Ryse could have been much better. As it stands, it's a gorgeous mess that pales in contrast to the other games in the genre.

Great story, nice graphics


Embark on a tragic journey of a Roman legionnaire. Ryse: Son of Rome is a short-ish but highly action-packed game that puts us right there on the frontline of some epic and visceral battles. Majority of the game involves combat of various sort - fighting small groups of barbarians, fighting side by side with your allies against armies, blasting enemies with a scorpio/ballista, using ranged weaponry, managing siege defences, and marching in a testudo formation. A lot of the fights are fast-paced, requiring full awareness of any nearby enemies (as you get attacked from behind a lot when in the thick of battle), as well as parrying when necessary. As you pummel the enemies down, you get to perform stylish finisher moves on them, which also give you a small bonus, be it health regen, experience boost, and so on. So if fast-paced combat is your thing, you should find the game enjoyable. If not, then you likely won't. Combat can feel repetitive at times, but overall it's pretty fun.

For the empire!


This game is just so pretty! It almost looks better then the movies made about this era! also, the action never stops here! The enemies don't have firearms here, yet somehow, these battles seemed even harder then the modern wars! My only problem with the game, is that it's rather short. I finished in in 4 hours at the first time, and got it down to one and a half. Then again, any game I can play five times is recommended in my book!

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