Hideo Kojima has confirmed that Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will now be released on the PC.
get redy for those snake,and MGS2 raiden mods.
Wow that HYPED up console Exclusive list is getting ever so SHORTER! Meanwhile that PC Exclusive list is getting longer. Good game to play on the Big screen with a controller and a few MODS!
Good. Glad holding off on getting it has paid off.
was just thinking the same thing!
Wow, this was totally unexpected..A Metal Gear game on PC?.. Now please, just confirm that their will be a PC version of Phantom Pain and I'll be a happy man :)
That won't happen until after a year or two of the console release...if it happens at all.
Based on...? Guess not that it's built on the Fox Engine, one designed specifically to be a multiplatform and was so far only demoed running on a PC? I'd say that indicates there's as much chance as any of it going PC.
niccceee good thing i held off will pick this up!
hopefully its not just a straight port.
Well, this is cool... hope they add some graphical options and such, and I hope it is easy to mod. But glad they are doing it.
Good news for PC owners who wants to play a great action game this year.
I hope there's options to keep bodies and debris from disappearing so quickly. It's rather underwhelming to have the ability to cut more or less anything I want, but have no real visual carnage to show for it.
damn didn't see this coming, would buy it again on PC
I hope this is a sign of things to come. I would love more of the bigger Japanese games to come to PC and not just console. Would be great if Platinum ported the first Bayonetta to PC and maybe find away to get the 2nd one on there as well. Also hope this means future MGS games will come to PC. I think it's a good chance as they are all being demoed with PC's and they have been making that pretty clear and Kojima and Platinum both expressed interest in the past on doing more with PC.
wow, for me it's the best news for today..my PS3 broke, so yeay!!! :)
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