Some games make your eyes cry with joy. And then you play them...
Ryse may rely heavily on its visuals to win people over, but that doesn't mean there's not a certain amount of fun that can be had with it.
David Brevik, CEO at Gazillion Entertainment, tells all about this superhero MMO. Why is it free to play, what's changed since it launched, and Marvel's involvement in the game.Promoted post by Gazillion Entertainment.
With the Xbox One's release date finally revealed today, it could boast one of the strongest - and most unusual - launch line-ups ever.
"It's what I call the industry's worst kept secret. Everybody knows it's coming."
Ruffian Games contracted to work on mystery Crytek Kinect title, according to online CVs.
Ryse, which was trailered at E3 2011 having originally been announced under the title Codename Kingdoms at E3 2010, isn't at E3 2012 because Microsoft doesn't believe it's in a state to publicly show off.