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Submitted by Sako 721d ago | opinion piece

Revengeance's Metal Gear Essence Within The Codec

Eskimo Press: After having played Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance for the past weeks it is quickly becoming one of my favorite action games of this generation. What I’ve been seeing more and more is just how true to the Metal Gear legacy the game really is, while still being so far removed from what most consider to be Metal Gear. It’s not the larger than life antagonists, the nods to stealthy game play, or even the actual metal and unmanned gears. What really solidifies Revengeance as a true Metal Gear game is, believe it or not, the Codec conversations. (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, PS3, Xbox 360)

dan958  +   721d ago
Great article. I was lucky enough to receive a review copy of this a few weeks before it was out.
J0Scorpionake  +   721d ago
For me as well :), I never speed up codec conversations, they are very interesting and make the plot more deep/fun.

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