Archive for category Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
A Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo will be released on the PSN, in North America on Tuesday, January 22nd and in Europe on Wednesday, January 23rd!
I honestly had no interest in this game until I played it at E3 last year. Now I am very much looking forward to playing it, so make sure you check it out next week.
Konami today released more assets for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, including: screenshots, renders and character information for Raiden, Samuel Rodrigues, LQ-84, Sundowner, Mistral and Monsoon. I’ve included them all below, including some we’ve seen before, so you don’t have to go jumping through pages to find them. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will be available on February 19, 2013, but if you can’t wait, there is a pretty good demo available on the Zone of Enders HD collection!
The Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance limited edition will include a full copy of the game, official soundtrack, Limited Edition 2-sided Steelbook, and an exclusive high-frequency katana blade plasma lamp. The Zone of the Enders HD Collection Limited Edition will include a full copy of the game, a CD soundtrack, and 100-page art book.
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Check out these new assets fresh from Tokyo Game Show! Thank you Konami!
Also, names and pictures of the enemies are revealed below. What would you do with this many hands?
The well known Japanese production company is setting up shop in the west coast. Kojima Productions recently posted job listings for their newly announced Los Angeles offices. The job listings include everything from animator to graphics engine programmer, just to name a few. Since it will be most likely spearheaded by twitter-happy Hideo Kojima, the job requirements look to be pretty straightforward, as most of the listings require the applicant to have worked on two previous titles.
No word on what the LA studio will be working on, but given the recent announcements at the Metal Gear 25th anniversary PAX panel, I can’t shake this feeling that it’s going to be something big. Not only will this cut down on the localization time of future Kojima Production titles, this may also be a clue to Mr. Kojima’s future plans for the Metal Gear series.