Kaija Rudkiewicz is a senior concept artist at Crytek, where she most recently worked on Xbox One launch title Ryse.
Microsoft considered delaying some Xbox One launch games and even holding Halo 4 for their new console before committing to last week's unusually diverse and rich day-one Xbox One line-up, the company's head of game development told Kotaku. And now Microsoft is planning to give early adopters a lot more to…
Ryse: Son of Rome is what I want from a next-gen game. It's something different. And it's something impressive.
After a couple of weeks of silence, we're finally hearing from people who worked at Crytek, the game development studio where more than 11,500 dinners were proudly served to "crunching" developers. Two people on the game are saying that Crytek is a pretty good place to work, despite a recent controversial Tweet about…
If Ryse's main character, Marius Titus, is on a truth-finding mission, as this live-action trailer for the Xbox One game suggests, then he has a rather confrontational approach to conducting an inquiry.
Next-gen kicks off this November. That means there are a ton of developers out there busting their butts off to get launch games out on time—and Ryse: Son of Rome, an Xbox One exclusive developed by Crytek, is no different.
A new flavor of Mountain Dew Game Fuel, a shiny bag of Doritos and a card explaining what these things have to do with the Xbox One arrived on my doorstep bright and early this morning, so I made a video and drank some soda. For you.
We've seen plenty of combat in Xbox One's Ryse: Son of Rome, but where's the love? Why, it's in the game's cooperative multiplayer mode, which combines the thrill of gladiatorial combat with the convenience of modular furniture. It's like fighting to the death with friends in Ikea.