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Because critiquing box art is all the rage right now, I present for your scrutiny the North American box art for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.

Every time I write “revengeance” a little piece of me dies. Lost two pieces just now. However, I know no one really cares what this game is called—all Metal Gear Solid enthusiasts really care about is that they finally get to play a cybernetic ninja and rip the spines from metal gears. And cut off people’s appendages. Quite honestly, the whole game looks like a lot of  mayhem liberally soaked in a blood mist.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (ugh … ) is set to hit North American shelves February 19, 2013.

Here’s the whole shebang, with fonts and words and ESRB ratings ‘n’ stuff:

Metal Gear Rising Box Art: A Faceful of Raiden

Because critiquing box art is all the rage right now, I present for your scrutiny the North American box art for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.

By | 12/15/2012 02:37 PM PT

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Because critiquing box art is all the rage right now, I present for your scrutiny the North American box art for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.

Every time I write “revengeance” a little piece of me dies. Lost two pieces just now. However, I know no one really cares what this game is called—all Metal Gear Solid enthusiasts really care about is that they finally get to play a cybernetic ninja and rip the spines from metal gears. And cut off people’s appendages. Quite honestly, the whole game looks like a lot of  mayhem liberally soaked in a blood mist.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (ugh … ) is set to hit North American shelves February 19, 2013.

Here’s the whole shebang, with fonts and words and ESRB ratings ‘n’ stuff:

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