30°
Submitted by Relientk77 712d ago | video

RadarPlays - Blade Wolf DLC (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance)

GamesRadar - Oh boy, here we go again. Look, we just can't seem to not be awful at this game, so please forgive our failures. That being said, the Blade Wolf DLC for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is pretty rad because you get to play as the robo canine. Which means you can use that sweet chainsaw on his back to rip cyborg enemies into pieces. The DLC, which can be purchased for $6.99 on the PlayStation 3 or for 560 Microsoft Points on the Xbox 360, depicts the events leading up to LQ-84i's encounter with Raiden. Watch as Ryan, Henry, and Lucas give it a go (and suck horribly). (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Attached Video

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

PN Review: Story of Seasons

13m ago - Packed with plenty of content and customization Story of Seasons is a game that requires some har... | 3DS

PN Review: Etrian Mystery Dungeon

13m ago - The world of Etrian Mystery Dungeon is fun to explore, and the combat is fun. The game’s randomly... | 3DS
Ad

Help Myriad get through Steam Greenlight!

Now - Myriad is a twin-stick shooter that grows more beautiful the better you play, where you build and then destroy the game space in glorious chain rea... | Promoted post
10°

PN Review: Affordable Space Adventures

13m ago - Titles making clever use of the GamePad’s many features have been sporadic for sure, but Afford... | Wii U
40°

Why P.T. is a bigger loss than Silent Hills | VideoGamer

41m ago - VideoGamer: "Silent Hills getting scrapped is a disappointment, but losing P.T. is a real blow." | PS4
20°

Best Mods for Cities: Skylines

41m ago - There’s only so much a small team can produce. A team of a million plus, even if the majority are... | PC