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Submitted by Beavers 575d ago | preview

Ryse:Sons of Rome - Beavers Preview

Italian Webcomic Beavers.it wrote:"she-wolf sons grow well" (Ryse: Son of Rome, Xbox One)

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lifeisgamesok  +   575d ago
I think most people will be surprised at how good this game will be

The story sounds good so far and has many different characters

A studio used for grade-A motion capture was used by the actors

The game is already beautiful and Crytek is still polishing it

The frame rate is being improved just like DR3 and this guy just mentioned how smooth it has become

The gameplay looks smoother in the TGS multiplayer

Day 1
XboxFun  +   575d ago
Definite!
Newone__   574d ago | Spam
Kuse  +   574d ago
Day 1 purchase for me too, Cannot wait!
Gozer  +   574d ago
Day 1 for me as well.
Bigpappy  +   574d ago
This game just looks so darn pretty. Even the multiplayer is now up a notch. I am super excited for this game.

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