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Ten years (!) have passed since Ryse son of Rome debuted as an Xbox One launch title in 2013, and people are always Although it didn’t receive the most stellar reviews, the game’s stunning graphics, engaging storyline, and addictive hack and slash battles have left an impression on many Xbox fans over the past decade.

Randomly, Crytek decided to mention the game in a Twitter post this week, and it ended up getting a huge response, reaching around 165,000 people thanks to the large number of retweets and likes it received.

As you can imagine, the responses were full of praise for the game, with many noting that they would love to see a remake or a sequel (or both), while sharing their favorite memories:

life_is_xbox“It had everything to be a massive franchise exclusive to Xbox. Too bad we never got a sequel!”

charlie_hust77: “Just a really beautiful, epic and fun game. My favorite from the last generation. I would love a sequel and it would be a buy from day one.”

faith twelve: “This is one of the most underrated games of the last generation. Incredible story combined with great gameplay and world.”

There have always been calls for Ryse: Son of Rome to get a sequel, and the original plan seemed like it would become a franchise rather than a standalone game. However, we’ve never seen concrete evidence that Ryse 2 is in development, despite a rumor that surfaced a few years ago that it could Being in work.

It seems unlikely at this point that Ryse: Son of Rome will ever return to Xbox, but at least we can play the original through backwards compatibility on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. How about a 60FPS upgrade and an increase in resolution, Critek? ? This is what we would really like to see in 2023.

What do you think of Ryse: Son of Rome? Let us know in the comments below.

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Fraser has an unhealthy obsession with all things Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead series and has extensive knowledge of Xbox sports games. He also supports Walsall FC, that West Midlands team you’ve never heard of.

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