Crytek Archive

  • Review: Robinson: The Journey

    Disclosure: A code for Robinson: The Journey was provided to VGBlogger.com for review consideration by Crytek. Of the dozen or so games I’ve played so far since the PlayStation VR launched, very few have felt like more than a tech demo polished up and made […]

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  • Ryse Steam Page Reveals PC Launch Date, Pre-Purchase Soundtrack and System Requirements

    Ryse Steam Page Reveals PC Launch Date, Pre-Purchase Soundtrack and System Requirements

    It’s been about a month now since Crytek announced that it would be self-publishing a Windows PC edition of former Xbox One launch exclusive Ryse: Son of Rome, but back then no specific details were confirmed about the launch date beyond a vague fall 2014 […]

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  • Ryse Rises Out of Xbox One Exclusivity, PC Version Coming this Fall

    Ryse Rises Out of Xbox One Exclusivity, PC Version Coming this Fall

    Arguably the Xbox One’s two standout launch exclusives will soon no longer be exclusive. Joining Dead Rising 3 in the jump from Xbox One to PC, Crytek’s third-person Roman Empire action game Ryse: Son of Rome will be available to Windows personal computer gamers this […]

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  • E3 2014: Crytek Leads the Homefront Revolution on PC, PS4, Xbox One

    E3 2014: Crytek Leads the Homefront Revolution on PC, PS4, Xbox One

    Been wondering what Crytek has been up to with Homefront since acquiring the IP during the THQ going out of business fire sale? Well, here’s your first look! The makers of Crysis and the original Far Cry, collaborating with publisher Deep Silver, will be releasing […]

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  • Ryse Combat Overview Shows How a Vengeful Roman General Likes to Execute His Prey

    Ryse Combat Overview Shows How a Vengeful Roman General Likes to Execute His Prey

    Marius Titus, the hero of Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome, is one pissed off Roman. Barbarians made the grave mistake of killing his family, so now he has joined the Roman army as a general and channels his rage into gruesomely executing […]

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  • Ryse Season Pass is Dedicated to Multiplayer Gladiators

    Ryse Season Pass is Dedicated to Multiplayer Gladiators

    Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome has a full lineup of additional content planned for gladiators looking to expand their post-launch arsenal for the game’s multiplayer Gladiator mode. Going on sale for $19.99 on November 22nd alongside the full game, the Ryse Season […]

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  • Crytek’s Ryse Reemerges as an Xbox One Exclusive

    Crytek’s Ryse Reemerges as an Xbox One Exclusive

    Remember two E3s ago, in 2011 when Crytek teased a new Xbox 360 exclusive game called Ryse? Back then Ryse was unveiled as a Kinect-only Roman soldier first-person combat game. Now the game has resurfaced with a teaser site counting down (in Roman numerals of […]

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  • Crysis 3 Open Multiplayer Beta Begins Next Week

    Crysis 3 Open Multiplayer Beta Begins Next Week

    Leading up to the February 19 North American launch, between the dates of January 29 and February 12, EA and Crytek will be hosting an open multiplayer beta playtest for Crysis 3 across all platforms, including PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. During the two week […]

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  • Stealth or Guns Blazing? You Decide in the Crysis 3 Interactive Demo

    Stealth or Guns Blazing? You Decide in the Crysis 3 Interactive Demo

    Hey, look. Another interactive demo video. Is this becoming the new way to release gameplay footage now? I sure hope so! The interactive trailer demo for Crysis 3 goes a bit further than the similar video Bethesda recently put out for Dishonored. At certain moments, […]

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  • Screenshot Saturday: Crysis 3, Halo 4, The Last of Us & More

    Screenshot Saturday: Crysis 3, Halo 4, The Last of Us & More

    Three HUGE gaming blockbusters dominate the spotlight in the latest edition of our weekly screenshot round-up. Prepare to be shocked and awed by gorgeous new shots from Crysis 3, Halo 4 and The Last of Us. Anything else to care about? You bet! Loads of […]

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