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Publisher: Konami

Developer: Platinum Games

Release Date: May 14, 2013

Platform: Xbox 360® | PlayStation® 3 system

Genre: Third Person Action / Slasher

Price: 560 Microsoft Points | $6.99 PSN

Blade Wolf come onto the scene of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance to showcase the one of a kind LQ-84i prototype which was apparently according to this DLC programmed by Mistrael to stir up some major trouble. As you progress, through the DLC you will learn more about the thoughts of Blade Wolf on his way to freedom.

Konami says that the DLC will provide hours of gameplay. I’m here to tell you unless you go through the game more than once, it only takes 45 to 50 minutes tops to complete.

The trophies are pretty much the same as Jetsam’s DLC which awards you for doing things on higher difficulty or without fail.

I enjoyed the storyline of this one more than I did Jet Sam’s. I enjoyed Jet Sam’s but this one seems to have had more thought and more of a cinematic approach than Jet Sam’s.



The only two things I didn’t like about the DLC is that most of the missions are basically VR missions told in a story perspective and there is a stage where platforming is necessary. I really do not like platforming in my Metal Gear and jumping with Blade Wold across moving platforms was a pain.

Short And Simple..

 

 

 

Publisher: Konami

Developer: Platinum Games

Release Date: May 14, 2013

Platform: Xbox 360® | PlayStation® 3 system

Genre: Third Person Action / Slasher

Price: 560 Microsoft Points | $6.99 PSN

Blade Wolf come onto the scene of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance to showcase the one of a kind LQ-84i prototype which was apparently according to this DLC programmed by Mistrael to stir up some major trouble. As you progress, through the DLC you will learn more about the thoughts of Blade Wolf on his way to freedom.

Konami says that the DLC will provide hours of gameplay. I’m here to tell you unless you go through the game more than once, it only takes 45 to 50 minutes tops to complete.

The trophies are pretty much the same as Jetsam’s DLC which awards you for doing things on higher difficulty or without fail.

I enjoyed the storyline of this one more than I did Jet Sam’s. I enjoyed Jet Sam’s but this one seems to have had more thought and more of a cinematic approach than Jet Sam’s.



The only two things I didn’t like about the DLC is that most of the missions are basically VR missions told in a story perspective and there is a stage where platforming is necessary. I really do not like platforming in my Metal Gear and jumping with Blade Wold across moving platforms was a pain.

Short And Simple..

 

 

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Average gamer/disabled worker turned into a freelance extraordinaire. From YouTube, AntDaGamer.Com as well as other channels, ADG Wrestling Games Network & ADG Man Cave. Twitch & Wordpress and of course right here on EGM. I showcase games, gameplay, and bio my history and opinions of video games. Find me on Twitter @AntDaGamer

ADG Short And Simple Review: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Blade Wolf DLC

By Anthony Dows | 05/16/2013 07:57 AM PT | Updated 05/16/2013 08:47 AM PT

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Publisher: Konami

Developer: Platinum Games

Release Date: May 14, 2013

Platform: Xbox 360® | PlayStation® 3 system

Genre: Third Person Action / Slasher

Price: 560 Microsoft Points | $6.99 PSN

Blade Wolf come onto the scene of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance to showcase the one of a kind LQ-84i prototype which was apparently according to this DLC programmed by Mistrael to stir up some major trouble. As you progress, through the DLC you will learn more about the thoughts of Blade Wolf on his way to freedom.

Konami says that the DLC will provide hours of gameplay. I’m here to tell you unless you go through the game more than once, it only takes 45 to 50 minutes tops to complete.

The trophies are pretty much the same as Jetsam’s DLC which awards you for doing things on higher difficulty or without fail.

I enjoyed the storyline of this one more than I did Jet Sam’s. I enjoyed Jet Sam’s but this one seems to have had more thought and more of a cinematic approach than Jet Sam’s.



The only two things I didn’t like about the DLC is that most of the missions are basically VR missions told in a story perspective and there is a stage where platforming is necessary. I really do not like platforming in my Metal Gear and jumping with Blade Wold across moving platforms was a pain.

Short And Simple..

 

 

 

Publisher: Konami

Developer: Platinum Games

Release Date: May 14, 2013

Platform: Xbox 360® | PlayStation® 3 system

Genre: Third Person Action / Slasher

Price: 560 Microsoft Points | $6.99 PSN

Blade Wolf come onto the scene of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance to showcase the one of a kind LQ-84i prototype which was apparently according to this DLC programmed by Mistrael to stir up some major trouble. As you progress, through the DLC you will learn more about the thoughts of Blade Wolf on his way to freedom.

Konami says that the DLC will provide hours of gameplay. I’m here to tell you unless you go through the game more than once, it only takes 45 to 50 minutes tops to complete.

The trophies are pretty much the same as Jetsam’s DLC which awards you for doing things on higher difficulty or without fail.

I enjoyed the storyline of this one more than I did Jet Sam’s. I enjoyed Jet Sam’s but this one seems to have had more thought and more of a cinematic approach than Jet Sam’s.



The only two things I didn’t like about the DLC is that most of the missions are basically VR missions told in a story perspective and there is a stage where platforming is necessary. I really do not like platforming in my Metal Gear and jumping with Blade Wold across moving platforms was a pain.

Short And Simple..

 

 

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About Anthony Dows

view all posts

Average gamer/disabled worker turned into a freelance extraordinaire. From YouTube, AntDaGamer.Com as well as other channels, ADG Wrestling Games Network & ADG Man Cave. Twitch & Wordpress and of course right here on EGM. I showcase games, gameplay, and bio my history and opinions of video games. Find me on Twitter @AntDaGamer