The lights are on
In a new video documentary, the Ryse: Son of Rome team details the intricacies of combat. One thing becomes clear quickly, hacking and slashing is only going to get Marius Titus killed.
To make the sword-and-board combat feel authentic, Crytek worked with a weapons master. This generated animations and movements that otherwise would have been missed.
Ryse's combat is based on building combos and flowing from enemy to enemy. The team built in a variety of different environment-sensitive executions that take into account water, surfaces to pin enemies up against, and more.
You can see the title in action below and read our preview from Gamescom 2013.
Still looks like a shallow 'meh' kind of game.
I chuckled at the articles title. Yes, I'm still immature apparently.
More to the point, everything I hear about this game is that the experience is lackluster. The controls aren't incredibly responsible and it's a fairly railed experience. I hope the dev can make some needed changes before launch day.
centurions aren't really that good one on one but i can suspend beleif enough to try it out
yes, 'spunk gargle wee wee' I believe it was described as
I like some of the camera angles trough out the fights, but I am a little concern of the executions and pulling you out of the moment/chain combos, hope it does well. Ohh and that Crytek engine looks awesome as always.
I just can't get excited for this game. I'll just wait for reviews on it.
it's a beat 'em up hack and slash with a little strategy to it gameplay it's like a better version of that shadow of rome game on ps2 whenever you move to a next gen sysytem the first game's are mostly if not always 75% about showing you how much the graphics can and will impress now and into the future and these graphics are very impressive.i'm a huge fan of beat 'em up's so im truly looking foward to this game.
This is the only game at all that I'm super interested in that Microsoft has. If I ever buy a One down the line this will be my title for sure!! I really like the combat too, a different change than most hack n' slash games.
This game is looking pretty good. Hopefully Ryse gets some good reviews.