Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
Fast, stylish, and technical swordplay.
Outstanding, energetic music.
Upgrades and unlocks incentivize replays.
Blade Mode is smarter than expected.
Great set pieces.
Fun and satisfying combat.
No slowdown in the graphics and the game keeps up well.
Unlockables, DLC and V. R. Missions can keep you occupied.
Regular gameplay interruptions.
Some camera issues.
Parrying takes time to master.
Rather short story.
Some game concepts aren’t explained well, or at all.
Raiden’s “Jack the Ripper” voice is comical.
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on January 22, 2014
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is a game where a man in a mariachi outfit dismembers giant robots with his electric sword. What more needs to be...80
By Strategy Informer on January 20, 2014
For many PC Gamers, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance marks a welcome return for Konami's popular franchise to the PC. But just as significantly it also marks the PC debut of Platinum Games, whose lunatic brilliance shone in titles like Vanquish and...80
By PCGamer on January 17, 2014
The environment design is also drab, and at odds with the extravagant combat and characters. It looks nice in places, but there are a lot of sewers and grey warehouses to slog through. Those gripes aside, Rising is a welcome sight on PC. Its snappy, responsive combat looks and feels great, and it's wonderfully insane. Now, can we have Bayonetta next, Platinum?80
By We Got This Cover on January 17, 2014
The PC version of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance offers more of the insane ninja swordplay that proved Metal Gear can thrive outside of Shadow Moses.80
By Attack of the Fanboy on January 17, 2014
Metal Gear Rising on PC is the definitive release of the game. It's got all the content, better graphics, performs better, and is $30. Sure, some of the issues that were prevalent in the console version are still there, but its an immensely enjoyable hack-n-slash title with a crazy storyline and great boss battles.90
By BitGamer on January 16, 2014
Revengeance might talk itself out of classic territory, but it remains one of the most entertaining and mechanically satisfying action games you'll find on the PC. There isn't anything else quite like it on the platform, and for PC gamers it's a great introduction to Platinum's work. Make them feel welcome, because they might decide to stay.83
By Examiner on January 16, 2014
For a port it’s not bad and some obvious effort was put into doing it instead of just shipping it over and slapping things together shoddily. But the lack of a higher resolution, FPS drops during blade mode and no fixes on the original complaint about camera angles being poor for gameplay really knocks some points off.70
By MetalArcade on January 16, 2014
The bosses have a surprising amount of personality and depth- these are some of my favorite characters in all of Metal Gear’s history. “Jetstream Sam”, in particular, is a fantastic character, and all the boss fights were amazing – they’re burned into my memory and are without question some of the best boss battles of all time. In fact, despite the game’s...90
By ZTGD on January 16, 2014
With a full package including the game and all the DLC priced at $30, this is a steal. Even if you’re not a Metal Gear fan, if you enjoy lots of action and some fast-paced combat, you should really pick up Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. You’ll have a really fun time.85
By 3DJuegos on January 16, 2014
Los efectos de audio suenan como deben, y el título llega a nuestro país traducido únicamente en sus textos; eso sí, con algunos fallos ortográficos y de otros idiomas que se "cuelan" esporádicamente en las líneas, y que resultan de veras imperdonables.85