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German game maker Crytek is reportedly in financial trouble, resulting in delayed payments to employees, which has forced the staff of its UK division to stop working for the company.
Microsoft has released two new commercials for Xbox One, one of which uses critical praise to market the console while the other focuses on the exclusive game "Ryse: Son of Rome."
Microsoft has raised the price of digital downloads for Xbox One exclusive games Forza Motorsport 5, Dead Rising 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome adding to the already high price set for the next-gen games.
Microsoft has confirmed the Xbox One's HDMI pass-through port can connect to Sony's PlayStation 4 and that "... if you wanted to be playing Ryse and Killzone at the same time, you could snap that."
Microsoft has revealed that the Xbox One launch title Ryse will support a way to purchase armor packs for multiplayer using real money but adds that the feature is purely optional.
We played a small portion of "Ryse," the upcoming third-person action game from developer Crytek that is being made as an exclusive launch title for Microsoft's Xbox One console.
More games have now been confirmed to be coming to Microsoft's Xbox One game console, including Ryse, a game that was first announced for the Xbox 360 console three years ago.
A new report outlines the games that will launch alongside the next Xbox. "Ryse," a game set in Ancient Rome, will headline, along with a new version of Forza, a family game and a zombie game.
A new rumor claims that Ryse, the upcoming Crytek developed Kinect-based action game, will now be released for the next generation Xbox console, rather than for the Xbox 360.
Crytek's co-founder defends the game developer from accusations of bad working conditions after a blog posted by an anonymous writer claims that Crytek treats employees as "disposable pieces of meat."
Microsoft and game developer Crytek are now working together on the upcoming Xbox 360 game Ryse but long before that game was announced Microsoft had conversation with Crytek about working with them on first-party based...