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It's a start: Crytek's Ryse will be exclusive to Xbox One


3:30 PM on 05.22.2013
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Crytek's long-talked-about but little-shown Ryse will be an Xbox One exclusive, according to the game's official website. This hack-and-slash title, set in ancient Rome, has been billed as a major -- "Gears of War / Halo" major -- launch title for the system.

The site's copy describes Ryse as having "controller-based gameplay enhanced by Kinect," which is what I'm looking for so long as we're stuck with the motion-sensing device going forward. We'll see more at E3 in the coming weeks, naturally.








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