Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
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Just too much fun!
3 weeks ago
Summary: Just got it. I wanted to get this when it first came out. After trying the demo, I liked the blade mode. You can combine it with the regular repetitive attacks which gives you the freedom to be more creative. The acting so far is like watching a good anime. The controls are intuitive.
Summary: This is an interesting take on the whole Metal Gear story line. Tactical Action Espionage (covert-ops, undercover missions) that Metal Gear is known for is a rather smaller point of the game but certain missions still call for it but other wise its time to run, charge and slash!
Summary: Metal Gear Solid is easily my favorite video games series, when Rising was announced I was skeptical to say the least, after nearly a year of radio silence on the game Hideo Kojima announced that they were cancelling the project and handing it over to Platinum Games with the new subtitle of...
Summary: Fun gameplay and mechanics to learn at your leisure with 2 additional campaigns to play at your leisure with another male character and a robo-cat campaign as free DLC. I bought the "Grey Fox" DLC for the Cyborg Ninja - Grey Fox costume and have been using that look ever since.
Summary: Awesome Graphics. Great Gameplay and Depth. Interesting Story invoking some great philosophical thought on war. Replayability. FREE Meaningful Campaign DLC (on PSN at least). At under $10 buying this game is a no-brainer whether you've played Metal Gear titles in the past or not.
Summary: Going into it, you know it's a Platinum game. And Platinum is known for balls-out action games. Boy does Rising fit right in there. The combat system works extremely well, the graphics are quite nice, and everything runs at an excellent framerate.
Summary: Great Game! I love it. It has great graphic, unique gameplay (thanks to Platinum Games & Hideki Kamiya!), and those who love Raiden would definitely love this game. It is not similar to other Metal Gear games as it is not a stealth genre but rather than a full action type.
Summary: Purchased this on sale as I eagerly await the release of MGS5: Phantom Pain. Spiritual sequel to Hideo Kojima's acclaimed Metal Gear Solid 4, Revengence reimagines the gameplay as a hack & slash featuring everyone's favorite cyborb ninja, Raiden.