Ryse: Son of Rome - Ending Scene/Nero Death [HD p] - video dailymotion
Crytek brings its Xbox One launch exclusive over to the PC and it's not great. I wouldn't personally recommend it, though if you do end up going through the campaign at least you'll only lose five or six hours I still recommend all PC gaming enthusiasts buy a copy. . E-commerce Affiliate Relationships. Many a time did it send the new Xbox One controller down to the floor, that by the end of the third level, they've pretty much used every fight combo at ranged enemies, but overall Ryse is really thin in the gameplay department. Nintendo's rejection of gay relationships gives fans a lot to be angry about. Ryse: Son of Rome plunges you into the chaos and depravity of the late Roman Empire. This post is part of the official /r/Games "End of " discussions. .. The Iceni had good relations with Rome and were considered an ally .. over the actual gameplay, which were just tedious things to do to get to.
Just before his deployment, he enjoys a return to his family in Rome and the adulation of his father Leontius Nick Brimblea former general and current member of the Roman Senate.
Marius' visit is cut short by a barbarian incursion; a running battle through the streets of Rome results in the death of his parents and younger sister. Commander Vitallion, a friend and former comrade of the slain Leontius, transfers Marius to his XIV Legionand promises Marius vengeance for his murdered family. Vitallion leads the XIV Legion to Britainbut the fleet is ambushed off the coast; Marius leads the counter-attack, rallying the surviving Roman troops and nearly single-handedly preventing the destruction of the remainder of the fleet, which impresses Vitallion.
Marius is promoted to Centurion. After receiving reports of a rebellion at YorkMarius heads north to aid the defeated legion stationed there. Upon capturing King Oswald and his daughter BoudicaBasilius, the son of the Emperor, reveals that his brother Commodus Gerald Kyd has been captured by the barbarians, whose whereabouts are unknown.
Basilius, threatens and forces King Oswald into revealing the location of Commodus, who has been traded to the fearsome men north of Hadrian's Wall. Basilius orders Vitallion and Marius to retrieve him.
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After crossing the border into Caledoniathe party is ambushed, Vitallion is taken hostage by barbarians, and Marius is separated from his legion. Marius makes his way into the enemy camp, freeing and rallying captured Roman soldiers along the way. He kills the barbarian leader Glott and rescues Commodus and Vitallion from being burned inside a giant Wicker man.
Commodus continues to intimidate Oswald and murders him, causing a breakdown in negotiations. Meanwhile, Marius realizes that the band of barbarians he encountered years ago had invaded Rome and slain his father at Nero's instigation as a means of eliminating a political rival.
In the end, Marius sacrifices himself to buy time for the final ships to sail, but is resurrected by the goddess Summer, who tasks him with taking on the mantle of Damoclesa legendary Roman general who was abandoned to his enemies for political expediency.
In that guise, Summer tells him to avenge his family and comrades, and save Rome. His demonstration of martial skill gains him the sponsorship of Nero's son Basilius, and Marius is then able to slay Basilius during a private audience, where he is also informed by a captive Oracle Priestess that Nero can only be killed by his own sword.
After this, Marius confronts Commodus in the Colosseum itself, emerging victorious after a series of unfair battles. As "Damocles" and Nero jointly call for each other's deaths, Marius escapes, meeting up with Vitallion.
According to Vitallion, Boudica has gathered enough barbarian support to storm Rome itself. Vitallion agrees to help Marius put an end to Nero's destructive rule. Their efforts are successful, but Vitallion is slain by Boudica during the attack. Marius takes up the command and defeats her in turn, though his victory is tempered by their shared realization that they are both victims in Nero's power plays.
This brings Marius to the "present day" of the game's narrative: Nero, who has since deduced that Marius is Damocles, flees deeper into his bolt hole. As Marius gives chase, he is temporarily distracted by Aquilo, the god of the north windwho has been aiding Nero and whose stated goal is to cause the collapse of Rome. He is then mortally wounded by Nero and his elite guard, who were waiting to ambush him. However, Summer helps Marius claim the victory, and Marius tosses both Nero and himself off a parapet, where Nero is impaled on the sword of his own statue, fulfilling the Oracle's prophecy.
Marius falls to the ground and dies from his wounds as Summer and Aquilo both vanish. The story ends with the barbarians retreating from Rome, disheartened by the loss of their leader, and with Marius being posthumously hailed as a hero for his efforts to fend off their attacks.
Son of Rome was originally developed by Crytek Budapest. InCrytek released its debut title Far Cryand inMicrosoft Studios released the Xbox and was working on a prototype for Kinect called "Project Natal".
Early work and concept development began shortly afterwards, with Crytek working on a pair of fantasy games that were set in the same Medieval universe. They were Kings, a massively multiplayer online role-playing gameand Kingdoms, a first-person action role-playing game. They hoped that with Kingdoms, they could create an "up-close" and "visceral" experience.
According to Nick Button-Brown, the general manager at Crytek, the game was not functional at that time, and only served to prove to the publisher that a first-person melee game was fun for players.
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The representative from Microsoft, Phil Spenceradmired Crytek's intention to expand, and thought that Microsoft's games line up for the Xbox was lacking a first-person melee-combat game. As a result, they accepted to publish Kingdoms, and rejected Kings.
The two companies agreed that the project would be a natural fit for Microsoft's yet-to-be-announced Kinect. It was originally revealed as Codename: Kingdoms during Microsoft's E3 press conference, along with the announcement that the game was being developed by Crytek. The announcement entailed a prerendered trailer with minor gameplay footage.
The Budapest office was significantly downsized afterwards, and its focus was shifted to develop smartphone games. Development of the game continued after its E3 reveal. A team at Crytek proposed to turn the game to an on-rail interactive moviewhich the team believed was suitable for Kinect's features and would able to showcase the power of CryEngine. Overall, the game feels very repetitive, and except in the Roman settings, somewhat discouraging.
It is not without reason that Ryse has been mockingly referred to as a "graphics demo" in the past. Regardless of that shortcoming, Crytek did a good job converting the game for PC.
Overlooking the relatively high load times HDD and the not quite perfect controls, there remains little room for criticism. High settings here require 2. At least in theory, this is true.
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Using a cheat, it is possible to set the game to a manual texture quality. Those who wish to make their own decision can open the system.
The changes were correctly applied in our tests.
Fortunately, Crytek lets the user make his or her own decisions everywhere else. Via the "Graphics Quality" menu item, advanced graphics options can be altered in one go.
Since the game is already activated on "Low", temporal anti-aliasing, we modified the presets a little we deactivated AA for every setting except "Ultra".