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Submitted by Nyxus 652d ago | news

Metal Gear Rising DLC now available for free for a limited time (PlayStation 3 only)

If you own Metal Gear Rising and you are from the US you can now download 30 new VR Mission from the game for free. This downloadable content will be free for the next two weeks, until April 2nd. (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Xaphy  +   652d ago
Sweet Jesus downloading this today.
estellacracken81   652d ago | Spam
matrixman92  +   652d ago
its weird, the achievements for this got added to the Xbox list...are we sure this isnt a timed exclusive?

Edit: seems like just US 360 players are being left out...wow...
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asyouburn  +   652d ago
Love this freakin game!! Shame it's free, platinum, I'd be more than happy to give you $$$

Great job on this game!
despair  +   652d ago
LMAO, just wait a couple weeks and feel free to patronise them...

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