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Gaming Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Review

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Meanmotion, 15 Jan 2014.

  1. Meanmotion

    Meanmotion bleh Moderator

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  2. Gunsmith

    Gunsmith Maximum Win

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    you do know that you can quickly skip the slow walk codec calls by holding Z yes?

    also

    RULES OF NATURE!
     
  3. sandys

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    Sounds alright, perhaps I should play it, got this on PS+ the other week.
     
  4. Pete J

    Pete J RIP Teelzebub

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    I'm a little surprised you didn't mention the fact that currently the game is limited to a maximum HD resolution. Apparently some chap's already found a way to remove this but he's not going to release it just yet in the hope that a patch is released to fix it. Either way I'm not playing it yet, though I had a go a the tutorial missions which were energetic.
     
  5. SlowMotionSuicide

    SlowMotionSuicide Come Hell or High Water

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    Entertaining, but short. Which,like it was stated on the review, isn't really a bad thing. Finished the main campaign in one evening, and I'm about to start the Jetstream Sam DLC.

    Definitely worth the 20€ asking price.
     
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    Played it through myself its a fun game, well worth the £15 I paid on steam Christmas sale.
     
  7. digitaldunc

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    Slightly off topic, but how about you port the previous entries in the series to the PC, Konami? I know 1 & 2 were ported (and I completed them), but what about the others? Surely they're old enough now that they don't need to be console exclusives.

    I'm not that interested as I presume you'd be missing a sizable chunk of series lore.
     
  8. rollo

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    Raiden only mgs2 is really that lore heavy on. Mgs3 is about solid snake. Mgs4 has some lore for raiden but not a great deal.
     
  9. gosh

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    loved this on the ps3, see no reason to buy pc port over a cheap console version at £10ish though.

    good to see this type of game come to pc however, makes me more inclined to make a console-alike pc
     
  10. Gunsmith

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    i suppose if you like playing on peasent resolutions with iffy framerate and want to pay for the extra dlc on top sure.

    a toybox will do fine.
     
  11. Yaka

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    mgs3 might be ported but but mgs4 wont, both konami and sony spent alot on it and the code is heavily optimised for ps3's cell architecture. either konami spends a lot on it get to get re-written or they let some do a half arsed job for a bag of peanuts. you may prolly only get to play it via sonys up comming playstion now service
     
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