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"Ryse: Son of Rome” tells the story of Marius Titus, a young Roman soldier who witnesses the murder of his family at the hands of barbarian bandits, then travels with the Roman army to Britannia to seek revenge. Quickly rising through the ranks, Marius must become a leader of men and defender of the Empire on his quest to exact vengeance – a destiny he soon discovers can only be fulfilled much closer to home...
After playing through the campaign of Ryes: Son of Rome, I'd like to say a few words. br>
Previous: I was in Rome recently and visited all the sights, so I came across this game, because I was simply fascinated by Rome.
Hack... & Slay
Quasi hit some combinations and hit them again:
which sounds very monotonous but hardly disturbed me
set realistically for me. I played on Recruit because it was mainly about the story, and especially the ambience. Accordingly, I didn't have any problems playing the game. br>
For me probably the most important point on my list. You play in Rome what everybody knows, but the game here is so detailed, you could do gladiator fights in the Colosseum, for example. Unfortunately, the world was not completely free accessible:
this means that you get a way and you had to take it and no alternative.
Too confusing for me. You could level things up where I didn't notice any improvement and was confusing in that respect.
playing time depends on the level of difficulty:
I had a relatively short playing time on recruit of only just over 7h
at higher levels of difficulty I would say that you can easily invest 30h in this game.
Because online gaming is getting even more interesting for many people.
Haven't done it 'seems to be mostly different fights and not one story. For everyone interested in Rome I can recommend this game. For those who need a short game for in between (since there is little time) I can also warmly recommend this game.
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