Submitted by ohcatrina 958d ago | article

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Rocks Los Angeles at CityWalk Launch Party

Early Monday afternoon, fans were already lined up at Universal CityWalk in the hundreds in anticipation for the release of Kojima Productions/Platinum Games' newest title, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. (Culture, EA, GAME, Industry, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, PS3, Xbox 360)

YoureINMYWay85  +   958d ago
Rocking party, I was there..
gamerlive  +   958d ago
Looks like a great event for fans.
Magnagamer222  +   958d ago
I love CityWalk. It's such a cool place I wish we had something like that on the East Coast.

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NewJersian  +   958d ago
Looks like it was a cool event to be at.I like being able to go to events like this. Being close to NYC I get to go to the Nintendo Store events when they have them. The companies should do more "meet and greet" with the developers. It would mean a lot to the fans and it would also show that the game companies care about the fans.

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