Appearing incredibly briefly in a Sony flavor reel shown during the Taipei Game Show, this is definitely the sort of two one might expect to find following the words "Metal Gear Rising."
The soundtrack to Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is a lot like the game — totally insane, sometimes stupid but always appropriately fun. And not even the power of the kazoo can temper how badass it is.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance's always-online PC problems have been fixed, according to a couple of tweets this morning from Kojima Productions' Steve Key. A Konami representative also confirmed to Kotaku that the issue has been resolved. New downloads should work fine,
though already-affected users will probably…
Well, this sucks. After nearly a year, the 2013 action game Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance has come to PC, but it arrived with a dark passenger: It apparently won't work without an internet connection.
Out soon will be this Metal Gear Solid Rising Revengence figure of the game's star, Raiden. Look at a single image and you might not think it's that great. Look at more and you'll see why he's so amazing.
In the West, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance was released on the Xbox 360. In Japan, it wasn't. Here's why.
The past few years produced a huge amount of great games and a surprisingly decent amount of them have well-developed characters that are hard to forget. And, of course, some of them look really attractive.
It’s time to talk about cherry blossoms. And how they relate to downloadable content.
Except for, you know, when he slices people in half. That part may be different. Maybe. I dunno you that well.
Starting today, PS3 owners can get the VR Missions DLC for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. It's free until April 3rd.
Well, to be fair, she's not a real girl. It's a cardboard cut-out of a woman, which honestly should make it even easier for Raiden to slice into multiple parts. But the smiling advertisement is magically invulnerable to the edge of Raiden's high-frequency blade.
I'm enjoying the totally absurd Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (check out Evan's review if you missed it) but like many games by both Platinum and Kojima, it's hard not to notice certain tropes, clichés and themes.
It seems that Raiden's new, high-speed romp through the world of Metal Gear has taken hold of everyone. Even the most critical ones found something to like about the adrenaline-pumping limb-slashing gameplay.
There's a part early on in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance where you're going to want to give up. Please don't.
While Hideo Kojima didn't direct Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, he did direct this trailer, and it shows. For one, it's seven minutes long. Seven minutes long!