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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,14 2010 -  
Metal Gear Solid: Rising Gameplay Video - movie
(hx) 05:46 PM EDT - Jun,14 2010 - Post a comment / read (1)
Hideo Kojima made a surprise appearance onstage at the Microsoft press event today to introduce Metal Gear Solid: Rising. The trailer began with Raiden making short work of a cybernetic enemy with his sword, slicing the thing in half, then crushing its spine in his hand. Some incredibly violent gameplay scenes followed, with Raiden literally slicing people and the environment itself - to pieces. Metal Gear Solid: Rising is in development for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. No release date is given.

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nb411(11:22 PM EDT - Jun,14 2010 )
Wow, the cutting actually works, that's sweet. :)

I like how when chopping the melon, the two pieces come apart and clearly have their own mass and roll slightly on the table. I would be interested to explore the limits of this system.

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