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Submitted by peterthomas6 599d ago | video

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance – Demo Information & Video

Alex: Konami has released information regarding the Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo coming to consoles. Players will get a taste of how Blade Mode works in this game featuring the cyborg from Metal Gear Solid 4, Raiden. A video has also been released to see what players can expect in the demo. (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Xklaw  +   599d ago
Howcome i never saw this info before? This game has a dodge move and people kept complaining about how it didn´t. Just check at 1:11 to see the dodge move in action. And another thing... the cardboard box is back... that´s a nice little touch for us MGS fans. If they only fixed the disapearing objects after they are cut, it would make this almost a perfect game ( at least for me ). It should be December 13 already, because i need to get my hands on this demo and cut the shit outta everything.

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