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Ryse: Son of Rome Review | CoPlaNet

The Next Gen flexes its muscles with the Roman Centurions

I have always wondered why the Roman setting was never used properly by the software house, except for Shadow of Rome by Capcom on Playstation 2. It is a historical period full of events, passion, betrayal and ideas to create a true masterpiece of gaming, and the chance to develop an extraordinary campaign by high durability should be be foaming at the mouth at all. Finally, a ray of sunlight shines on the headquarters of Microsoft: Ryse Son of Rome is a demonstration of pure power, where Crytek leaves behind the now old Jan, exploited to the bone, to show to the screen that you can do marvels with the new machines.

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