Ryse: Son of Rome Wins “Best Game Design” Award At Animago Awards

Crytek’s Ryse: Son of Rome last week scooped a prestigious award for Best Game Design at the annual Animago Awards ceremony in Potsdam, Germany.

Now in their 17th year, the Animago Awards honor the best works across the entire spectrum of digital media, with a jury of experts singling out the cream of the crop in disciplines titled “Still”, “Film” and “Interactive”.

As the press release reads, Ryse, which was also nominated for Best Trailer/Opener, claimed the Best Game Design trophy in spite of tough competition from other high profile and critically-acclaimed contenders.

Ryse: Son of Rome was first released as an Xbox One launch title in November, 2013, and last week arrived as a digital download for PC. The game seeks to capture the grandeur and grit of the Roman Empire as players take charge of Marius Titus and lock horns in brutally realistic combat. PC players can also enjoy the added bonus of experiencing the game with stunning 4K resolution support.

The Best Trailer/Opener award nomination came for Ryse: Son of Rome’s distinctive “Damocles” trailer, which was created in association with Platige Image over a five month period, and can be seen below.

The Animago awards attracted over 1,000 entrants from 66 countries last year, with a panel of 12 jurors from diverse creative backgrounds deciding on nominees and overall winners in 10 different categories.

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John Papadopoulos

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