The PC version of Metal Gear Rising was announced a while ago, but since then we haven’t heard much about it. But today, Kojima suddenly gave some updates on it.
I am looking forward to this game :)
This is cool for PC people. Wonder why they didn't post a higher resolution picture though.
Unless this game is on Steam then I doubt anyone will on the PC will care.
I dont think many will care anyway tbh.. Wasn't that huge on consoles and was just a statement if anything that MGS is no longer exclusive. Most people waiting for MGS5 now..
It has something "next-gen" for hack and slash games so i wouldnt say it wasnt huge.Cutting almost everything in your path is what most people anticipates from those games
Well its nice to see Kojima showing PC a little love, whereas many Japanese developers mainly stick to console. Maybe MGS5 will make its way too, who knows
PC can use more spectacle fighters. That said, having played the demo on console back when it released . . . the game does nothing for me.
Best hack and slash after Bayonetta this gen. If you aren't interested in hack and slash/action games you won't like it. If you are it would top the list/ Bayonetta, Ninja gaiden, DMC, God of war, MG rising etc.
Nope. God of War III > Castlevania: Lords of Shadow > God of War: Ascension >>>>> Darksiders 1 & 2 > DmC > Bayonetta > Dante's Inferno > Heavenly Sword > MG Rising (never beat NG2 because it was really boring). The thing about Japanese hack 'n slash games is that they're all crazy flashy and frantic with overly complicated combat, a lack of diversity and little to no stories to tell. Look at Bayonetta & MG Rising, crap stories, no puzzles, no/weak platforming and so they just feel repetitive.
I liked all of those you listed, but I didn't take to Rising.
I would like to know a release date!
Totally forgot that this is coming to PC. Thank god I didn't play it yet!
such an amazing game! finshed few months back on ps3 but after some time gonna replay on pc
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