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RYSE: Son of Rome is now available for free on GameSessions for the next 30 days

GameSessions, the digital services provider that allows gamers to try PC games before they buy, today launched GameSessions Giveaways, a new service that will see the company regularly giveaway free games, starting with Crytek’s visually impressive title, RYSE: Son of Rome. Continue reading RYSE: Son of Rome is now available for free on GameSessions for the next 30 days

Deep Silver’s Games With Up To 73% Discount On GreenManGaming (Metro, Saints Row, Ryse, Dead Island)

Deep Silver and Green Man Gaming have some interesting deals for PC gamers. Deep Silver is currently offering Dead Island: GOTY Edition, Saints Row IV, Risen 3: Titan Lords and Metro: Redux Bundle with a 50% discount. Continue reading Deep Silver’s Games With Up To 73% Discount On GreenManGaming (Metro, Saints Row, Ryse, Dead Island)

Top 10 Optimized PC Games Of 2014

As we’ve already said, 2014 was a pretty interesting year. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare focused on current-gen platforms, Metal Gear Solid finally came to the PC, new titles supporting AMD’s Mantle API emerged (Sniper Elite 3, Civilization: Beyond Earth and THIEF), Ryse: Son of Rome hit the PC, and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter wow’ed everyone with its high-resolution textures that did not require more than 1.5GB of VRAM.  Continue reading Top 10 Optimized PC Games Of 2014

Ryse: Son of Rome – Two Hours In-Engine Video Covers The Game’s Full Story

Crytek has just released a two hours long in-engine video from the cut-scenes of Ryse: Son of Rome that cover the entire story of its title. This video is ideal for those that want to get all the details of Ryse without playing it. Obviously, this video contains spoilers so make sure to avoid it if you’re planning to play the game at a later date. Enjoy! Continue reading Ryse: Son of Rome – Two Hours In-Engine Video Covers The Game’s Full Story

Uncharted 4 – Reveal vs In-Game Comparison + In-Game vs Ryse vs Assassin’s Creed: Unity vs Crysis 3

Sony has released a new gameplay trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Back in E3, Naughty Dog claimed that its trailer ran on a PS4 in real-time at 1080p/60FPS. Therefore, we believe it’s really interesting to compare that reveal trailer with the latest in-game footage, as well as the game’s character models with those of Crysis 3, Ryse, COD: Advanced Warfare and Assassin’s Creed: Unity. Continue reading Uncharted 4 – Reveal vs In-Game Comparison + In-Game vs Ryse vs Assassin’s Creed: Unity vs Crysis 3

Ryse: Son of Rome – PC Update Enhances Multi-GPU Scaling, Improves GPU performance on NVIDIA cards

Crytek has released a new patch for the PC version of Ryse: Son of Rome that comes with SLI/Crossfire optimization & quality improvements, as well as performance improvements for NVIDIA graphics cards. This update will be auto-downloaded from your Steam client next time you launch it, and below you can read the complete changelog for this latest patch. Continue reading Ryse: Son of Rome – PC Update Enhances Multi-GPU Scaling, Improves GPU performance on NVIDIA cards

Ryse: Son of Rome – Enable Very High Textures On GPUs With Less Than 3GB VRAM

Ryse: Son of Rome comes with a very high set of textures that Crytek has locked for GPUs that pack 3GB of VRAM and above. Since we know that a lot of gamers would like to enable them even with GPUs that feature less than 3GB of VRAM, we present you below a way to do so. Do note that there might be some stuttering side effects due to the increased amount of VRAM required for those textures. Continue reading Ryse: Son of Rome – Enable Very High Textures On GPUs With Less Than 3GB VRAM

Ryse: Son of Rome – PC Performance Analysis

Ryse: Son of Rome releases tomorrow and Crytek was kind enough to provide us with a review code prior to the game’s release. Ryse: Son of Rome is powered by CRYENGINE and uses some new advanced techniques that the team introduced to it, so it’s time to see how this game performs on the PC platform. Continue reading Ryse: Son of Rome – PC Performance Analysis