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  • The Catch-Up: PlayStation News Weekly Recap (October 11-17, 2014)

    Published at PlayStation LifeStyle - 6 readers

    Greetings, PlayStation LifeStyle fans! Welcome to our first-ever edition of, The Catch-Up! While some of you might remember The Catch-Up as a daily or weekly roundup of news you might have missed, we’re now kicking that up a notch by turning it into a video that will be available every week. The Catch-Up won’t just recap the biggest news stories for the week, but it will also in ...

  • Ryse: Son of Rome Review (PC)

    Published at Worlds Factory - 9 readers

    Ryse: Son of Rome Review (PC) 09 October 2014 After a lukewarm reception on Xbox One, where it played the role of launch title, Ryse: Son of Rome lands now on PC shores. Crytek, traditionally a PC developer, is now able to show the game at its fullest graphics potential thanks to the additional power; the result is, quite frankly, unrivalled.

  • Crytek on Ryse PS4: We’re always open to new opportunities

    Worlds Factory - - 2 readers - During our interview with Crytek, we couldn’t help ourselves and had to ask about the elephant in room, which is the possibility of Ryse PS4. As we reported a couple of months ago, shortly after Ryse for PC was announced Cevat Yerli (Crytek’s CEO & President) openly stated that they could whatever they wanted with the franchise, since they own the IP.
  • It's 'increasingly difficult to wow people' with graphics, says Crytek developer

    CVG - - 2 readers - A key developer at Crytek has stated it's getting increasingly more difficult to impress gamers with graphics. Lead rendering engineer Nicolas Schulz told DSO Gaming that he felt graphics technology was getting so advanced that major leaps forward are getting harder to accomplish. Zoom "I think with its advances in material quality, lighting and the quality of facial animations, ...
  • Ryse: Son of Rome Won’t have Microtransactions When it Launches on PC

    n3rdabl3 - - 2 readers - Almost every exclusive Xbox One launch title has now made its way to PC with the latest addition being Crytek’s Ryse: Son of Rome which is set to bring action-packed Roman battles to keyboard and mouse wielders on October 10. The game is set to come with all of the games DLC as well as 4K resolution support, but Crytek are omitting one thing from the game which can still be foun ...
  • Crytek Open to Ryse: Son of Rome PS4 Version After PC Version is Finished

    PlayStation LifeStyle - - 2 readers - In an interview with Worlds Factory, Crytek Senior Producer Brain Chambers said that the studio would be open to making a PS4 version of Ryse: Son of Rome. Chambers explained that Ryse on the PS4 could still happen sometime in the future, although it would only become possible after Crytek has focused on the PC version of the game as well as its other titles.

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  • The Catch-Up: PlayStation News Weekly Recap (October 11-17, 2014)

    …Greetings, PlayStation LifeStyle fans! Welcome to our first-ever edition of, The Catch-Up! While some of you might remember The Catch-Up as a daily or weekly roundup of news you might have missed, we’re now kicking that up a notch by turning it into a video that will be available every week. The Catch-Up won’t just recap the biggest news stories…

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  • Crytek On Ryse, CRYENGINE, Graphics

    …We have teased you in the previous days, but here’s our full interview with Crytek and specifically, Nicolas Schulz and Brian Chambers. Obviously, we spoke about Ryse on PC (which released just a few days ago and we’ve reviewed here), but they were also open to other topics, such as their CRYENGINE and graphics as a whole going forward. Enjoy…

    2 readers - Alessio Palumbo - Worlds Factory -


  • Crytek on Ryse PS4: We’re always open to new opportunities

    … to Crytek Frankfurt) into support for USA CryEngine licensees, it’s understandable that they are taking one step at a time. After all, porting the Xbox One version to PC must have been very easy, since both platforms use DirectX; a PlayStation 4 version would certainly require a bit more work. Still, it’s pretty clear that Ryse PS4 will happen at some…

    2 readers - Alessio Palumbo - Worlds Factory -
  • This Week In The Business: Save Our Spines

    …QUOTE | "There was a time when spines were pulled out of players, and we don't have to do that anymore." - Veteran designer Sid Meier, explaining why he thinks game designers should create a "positive climate." Elsewhere in the business of video games this past week ... QUOTE | "I can absolutely say that we lost [player] trust in the game's launch…

    1 readers - Kotaku -
  • Ryse: Son of Rome New 4k Trailer

    …Crytek has released a new 4K trailer for Ryse: Son of Rome. Here is what they had to say: Immerse yourself in the grandeur and brutality of the Roman Empire as Crytek’s Ryse: Son of Rome comes to PC on October 10th for a recommended retail price of $39.99 (€39.99/£34.99). Players who pre-order Ryse from participating retailers, including Steam…

    2 readers - Galit Gordon - Gaming Cypher - Ryse: Son of Rome -
  • Wot I Think: Ryse – Son Of Rome

    … By Adam Smith on October 9th, 2014 at 8:00 pm. Having debuted as an Xbox One exclusive, Ryse has now decided to be an ex-exclusive and is out on PC today. My memories of its reception on Xbox were fairly dim – shiny in that Crytek way but with a short campaign and repetitive combat – and I went in having never even seen the classical carnage…

    3 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Ryse: Son of Rome -
  • Ryse: Son of Rome Review (PC)

    … character with different skins and most importantly, earn experience through the gladiatorial matches; this can be spent afterwards to buy so-called “booster packs”, which contain items and consumables. The interesting thing is that Crytek added an additional mechanic: an “Entertainment” meter for the crowd, which maximizes experience earned based…

    9 readers - Alessio Palumbo - Worlds Factory - Ryse: Son of Rome -
  • It's 'increasingly difficult to wow people' with graphics, says Crytek developer

    …A key developer at Crytek has stated it's getting increasingly more difficult to impress gamers with graphics. Lead rendering engineer Nicolas Schulz told DSO Gaming that he felt graphics technology was getting so advanced that major leaps forward are getting harder to accomplish. Zoom "I think with its advances in material quality, lighting…

    2 readers - CVG -
  • Crytek Say it's Harder to "Wow" People with Graphics - News

    …Crytek (Crysis, Far Cry and Ryse: Son of Rome), have admitted that it's becoming more and more difficult to impress consumers with flashy graphics. In a world of diminishing graphical returns this is perhaps understandable. Nicolas Schulz, principal rendering engineer at Crytek said in an interview with DSOGaming that: "I think with its advances…

    1 readers - Daniel Carreras - gamrReview -


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