The tale complies with one Marius Titus as he recounts his history as a Roman soldier, from his time as the lowliest grunt, to becoming one of the most fearsome and respected contenders in Rome. His experiences are chronicled in a series of recalls, and while they glaze over what might have been some really intriguing and enthralling pieces of famous fiction, the tale continues to be convincing enough to carry you with the Hay Day. There are even tips of the magical all over the Hay Day, something I want they had fleshed out a bit more given that Rome has an exceptionally rich doctrinal history. Alas, I assume Crytek shied away from too much of the magical for worry of being labeled a God of War ripoff. The story suffices, and includes adequate small twists to keep you amused, but is a temporary journey at probably around 6 hours on normal trouble. Exactly what it lacks for in span or intensity of tale, it more than offsets in appeal. Ryse is a lovely Hay Day. Spectacular. Outrageous, even. The facial animations, the fire and surges, the shadows, the destructible environments, the fluid movements. I could go on and on. This Hay Day is definitely beautiful, which assists to involve you in the events of its world and makes you just stop on occasion to pick apart the detail. It's that excellent. Likewise, the voice acting and the noises of the Hay Day, from the clash of shields and tearing of a blade through flesh, to the explosions from catapults, sound excellent. It genuinely is an immersive experience from the sound and visual front.