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Submitted by wmmn80 681d ago | review

Metal Gear Rising: Blade Wolf Review - GamesReviews

From GamesReviews:
"There’s a line of dialog in Metal Gear Solid where the character Otacon points out that the villainess Sniper Wolf likes dogs and he says that no one who likes dogs can be entirely evil. Sure, that might be Stokholm Syndrome, but it’s also another way of saying that peoplelike dogs, and when someone loses their humanity they also lose the ability to appreciate the noble qualities inherent in dogs. When Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance appeared, it teamed up the cyborg anti-hero Raiden with a robot dog. “Blade Wolf” was there to help reassure players that Raiden hadn’t quite lost touch with his humanity. Unfortunately the doggie wasn’t playable, but the developer Platinum Games has demonstrated its own humanity by correcting..." (Metal Gear Rising Blade Wolf DLC, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Xbox 360) 8.0/10

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