Review: Ryse: Son of Rome

The Xbox One’s launch line-up doesn’t present any titles which we would expect to redefine their host genres, but there are a number which work to set a new standard for visual fidelity. Ryse: Son of Rome is one such title, ably discarding all that was seen as progressive on the Xbox 360 and replacing it with the kind of quality once thought near-impossible for home videogame systems. Ryse: Son of Rome doesn’t push the envelope of gameplay design quite as far, but then, we can’t have everything. Continue reading “Review: Ryse: Son of Rome” »