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Metal Gear Rising Revengeance was already pretty crazy, being a sci-fi character action game about a cyborg cutting people up into pieces, based on a military stealth game. New DLC announced by developer Platinum Games brings the insanity into uncomfortable new levels. For example, "VR19: Unarmed C...

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Hideo Kojima knew what he was doing when he handed development of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance off to Platinum Games. Platinum knows the importance of cutting, which is essential for an action game about a cyborg ninja. Cutting is perhaps not a part of Kojima's own skillset, as evidenced by this...

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By now you've probably read Liquid Ludwig's review of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, in which he doled out four stars to the tight gameplay and equally tight suits of Platinum's slice-and-dicer. While we appreciate Luddy's fondness for the game, the very thought of "seriously sexed up Fruit Ninja ...

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Once you know what you're doing, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance goes from power fantasy to full-on power arrogance. Maniacal is the best way to play this cutting game, dashing into gunfire and shoving your sword through any obstacle, no matter its size or perceived deadliness. The supporting charac...

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Raiden's cybernetic digs from Metal Gear Solid 4 will be available as a day-one dose of downloadable nostalgic costume content for both Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Konami has announced. The suit, originally revealed as a Japanese promotional/pre-order bonus early l...

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British would-be buyers of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance may want to get their collective butts to the Westfield White City GAME store in London, because Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima is attending the game's official launch there on the night of February 21 - the game officially releases t...

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As reported last month, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will be receiving extra VR missions as downloadable content. Specifically, the PlayStation 3 version of Rising is getting 30 exclusive missions that promise "pure, uncut gameplay that pushes Raiden's Cyborg body to its limits." Ironic, as Raide...

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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance has a new developer and a new style of gameplay, but it's not as far removed from other Metal Gears as we may think. Case in point: the bosses are still total windbags. In this new trailer, we see a collection of cyborg monstrosities deliver monologues at Raiden in J...

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The Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo slices up Xbox Live and PlayStation Network on January 22. Konami also released a new seven-minute 'Jack the Ripper' trailer for the game, as edited by a certain Hideo Kojima. This is the same demo as included with Zone of the Enders HD Collection, released ...

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We know how much you kids these days like the Metal Gears, what with the Raidens and the nanomachines and all that, so we figured you'd appreciate an early look at Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance's North American box art. The full monty is tucked away in that gallery below (make sure to hit the "hig...

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A demo for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will be released in January on Xbox Live and PSN, Konami announced today. The demo was previously (and currently) included with Zone of the Enders HD Collection, so if you absolutely can't wait to cut everything using precisely lined up slashes, you can go ...

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The build of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance shown off this week at a press event in Los Angeles was essentially complete, and while the game itself won't be released until February, finished product means that the collaboration between Kojima Productions (represented at the event by producer Yuji K...

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The "law of the instrument" is a popular concept attributed to psychologist Abraham Maslow, which is usually phrased as: "When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail." It means that when you find one tool useful for one task, you'll then start applying that tool to other tasks, even...

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