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Creed: Rise to Glory

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Train. Fight. Win. Got what it takes to become a champion? You are Adonis Creed, fighting toe-to-toe with the world’s top opponents to establish your boxing legacy. This intense cinematic experience features new Phantom Melee Technology for impactful VR melee combat so you can train, fight, and win like Creed. Live Your Legacy Challenge both your body and mind as you experience the ascent of Adonis Creed from undiscovered underdog to world-class fighter, all within an immersive universe inspired by the Creed™ films. Train with the legendary Rocky Balboa in iconic gyms, including Mighty Mick’s and Front Street Gym, then step into the spotlight and take down a cast of champion-level opponents in high-stakes fights with reactive commentators, gritty visual effects, and dynamic music. Play Your Way Multiple game modes let you choose your path to glory. Live the saga of Adonis Creed in the story-based Career mode, learning and growing alongside Rocky as you train for bigger and more prestigious championship fights. Want to polish your punches and sharpen your reaction time? Let Training mode get you in shape with fun, physical minigame montages. And when you just feel like a fight, create custom matches in Freeplay against a wide range of opponents. Feel the Impact Physically active 1:1 boxing gameplay features Survios’s newest proprietary VR innovation: Phantom Melee Technology™, which utilizes Responsive Control and Virtual Stamina to mimic the real-life effects of punching and being hit in the ring. Throw a variety of punches like uppercuts, jabs, and flurries in satisfying, impactful combat. But don’t let your guard down: punch too much and you’ll suffer from fatigue, and always be prepared to dodge and defend against incoming blows. Too many hits will stagger or completely knock out of your body—race back to your avatar before the ref counts down to show that the fight’s far from over.
Release date
Sep 25, 2018
Survios, Inc.
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 | AMD R9 290X
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i7-4770
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti | AMD Radeon R9 Fury X
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
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Creed: Rise to Glory reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
I'm torn back and forth on whether or not I should praise the Game to Heaven. Quite honestly, my Expectations didn't hit it. BUT: It's a very great VR Experience on another Level! Well, what did I expect? A Box game that challenges me Athlecally and pushes me to my Limits. A realistic Boxing pleasure Without blue Eyes (personal Trauma;-P). Why? Rocky 1-3 prompted me of his Time to join the Sport of Boxing. Reality quickly caught up with me, and I quickly hung my Gloves back on the nail after the first blue Eyes. Nevertheless, the core of Boxing has not left me to this day. A great Sport! Before that Aspect, however, the Game appealed to me less than TotF. Rise to Glory Is, as the Developers say, more of a Cinematic Experience with sporty touch. This has really been the best way to achieve this. The Graphics are THE HAMMER in my Eyes! It runs nicely fluid and just looks great. It's Fun to play the Story and to furnish the Opponents in the Ring, or to be mobitated. From a sporting point of View, you can also work up a sweat here, but I can go through 1.7Hours here without a Break, without any significant Muscle Soreness. Hence my personal Conclusion: Rise to Glory is not a real Training Game in the Sense, but a damn great VR Experience with a sporting BACKGROUND. As such, I like to recommend It
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In Creed: Rise to Glory, we're trying to become boxing world champions. (Tested With HTC Vive) To do this, we take on the Role of the young Adonis Creed, Son of Boxing legend Apollo. As in the Film, we can also be personally trained by Rocky Balboa. On the Way to the Title, of course, we first have to beat several Challengers and are also offered a small Story, but without any real Depth. In addition to the Story Mode, we can both fight "free" fights and try our Luck in the PvP. As an AI opponent and now the old Opponents of Rocky are Available, you get smooth nostalgic. The PvP lobby is unfortunately not overcrowded, who buys the Game for it should also bring the Friends to play. The Fights themselves are quite easy to master, a Combination of Cover and targeted Punches and the Opponent quickly sees the Stars. However, we cannot test endlessly, our Endurance also plays a role, of course. The Control of the Game is quite simple and quickly passes into the Blood, but an Endurance Indicator would be nice. Alternatively, we can select extended movement to move through the Ring through Gesture Control. The Graphics make a very good Impression, the whole Game looks good throughout, there are no Criticisms here. Only the Length of the Game makes me worry. If you just want to play the Story Mode, you are a world Champion after about 60-70 Minutes. Of course, you can then play the Game again in the higher Degree of Difficulty, but it was. At least some interesting Opponents have been added through the DLC, but a big Thank you! Overall, Creed is already making a Whim, and if you have some Friends, you will certainly have fun at the PvP. If you just want to play Solo, you have to be aware of the small Scope of the Story and maybe wait for a Sale. I make a Buy recommendation, especially since there is a little more Content through the free Extension. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi's Game tips as Curator: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/5837414/
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