Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
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13 July 2015
Summary: Juego ágil y relativamente sencillo de aprender. Posee varias variantes por ser un hack and slash. Los jefes de lo mejor del juego como en todo MGS aunque carece de los momentos épicos de la historia principal de la saga. Falta modo online.
Summary: I feel like I may have been one of the lucky ones. I've read that the plasma lamp (which is the only reason why I bought this) is frequently broken upon arrival. Mine works, but the craftsmanship definitely leaves something to be desired.
Summary: This is a good pc port. But first, I have to complaint about the **** System Requirement of this game. It is well optimized, and you just need a PC with half of that System Requirement to run this game even on max.
Summary: With the fallout of Duke Nukem Forever 's disastrous release still settling in our rearview mirrors, I hardly need to point out how rare it is for a game to emerge from Development Hell in any kind of presentable shape – all you have to do is look backward, and not very far at that.
DownPlay Reviews #10 - Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
ManManDoo, Game Informer
15 May 2013
Summary: The Metal Gear franchise has had a place in my heart for a long time. Back when I was young and naive and still purchased all of my games based on how cool the box art looked, I picked up Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater because there was an explosion and a burly man with a gun on the box art and I...
Summary: I had never played a stylish action game before Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. The genre was never something that really caught my eye, but my love of the Metal Gear universe got me interested in this game.
Summary: This game will go into history as the masters of game music and its innovative use. The Boss fights are also memorable, grinding kept to a minimum and gives that overthetop epic live-action feeling about self performance! If only they'd learn camera control...