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Submitted by -Mezzo- 811d ago | article

Post-Mortem: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

GI - Has Platinum Games finally found the commercial success to match all of that creative talent? (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, PS3, Xbox 360)

StrawberryDiesel420  +   811d ago
This is a quality game, I don't care what anyone says.
cyclindk  +   811d ago
One of the most unique combat systems I've seen in a while and best hack n' slash game I've ever played.

Unfortunately, I've discovered I don't much care for JUST a hack n' slash game anymore :) mea culpa really, but otherwise it's a really good game. Smooth too.

I'll have fun with it a while longer though until I trade it in. Can't wait to see a next gen sequel to this.
crazysammy  +   811d ago
The action part of this game was great. I wasn't expecting an amazing story, but I needed something besides "cuttin stuff" and it just didnt hit it. I like where Platinum is going though, and I hope they can hire a writer to wipe away some of the cheese.

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