Corsual's EXP writes: "Too few are the games available that offer a chance at sliding along the tail of an enormous mechanical robot atop a high-frequency katana screaming 'RULES OF NATURE' at the top of your lungs. Fewer still are those ported to Steam from console platforms with nary a game-breaking issue in sight. And yet, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (MGR:R), first launched on Xbox 360 and PS3 globally during the final weeks of February 2013 is one that has done exactly that.
On January 9th, 2014, the Platinum-Konami lovechild launched near-flawlessly on Steam at a massively reduced price (somewhere in the vicinity of twenty bucks, dependant on your territory and time of purchase) including all 3 DLC sets alongside a host of new graphical options including resolution up to 1080p, 60FPS, gamepad support, anti-aliasing, texture filtering and even the ability to adjust 'ZANGEKI' — the amount of cuts allowed on an object, potentially preventing game crashes or frame rate drops on less capable systems.
I've even read reports on Steam of users testing their system on Can I Run It, with a negative result, that could then, on low settings, play without concern. Impressive, to say the least. But not perfect."