Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Gets A New Tv Ad

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Gets A New Tv Ad

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is almost upon us: in a week Raiden will be back on our consoles swinging his sword and cutting through everything, enemies and setting alike. While the first reviews are starting to pop out, Konami is hard at work on promoting the game the best it can, to make sure that a project almost sent to doom becomes as successful as all the other Metal Gear games. To do so, Konami has unveiled a new Tv Spot, which can be seen below, highlighting the fact that you can cut almost everything in the game. And if you have played the demo of the game, you know that it is really true.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance features a lot more than simple cutting: the game will have a few stealth sequences and it will be impossible to make it trough the game just rushing down on enemies. Together with the main campaign, the game will also feature a lot of Vr missions which will contribute in making the game longer: the first reviews of the game arrived yesterday and it doesn’t look like the main campaign is too long, taking around 6-9 hours to complete. That’s not to say that the game isn’t packed with content: with multiple difficulty levels and upcoming DLC packs we can be sure that Revengeance will keep us occupied for a good while.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will hit Ps3 and Xbox 360 next week, on February 19 in North America and on Februuary 22 in Europe.

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