Konami officially announced today that the Metal Gear Rising demo released earlier today on the Japanese PSN Store is coming to PlayStation Network and Xbox Live for all regions next month.
Of course, if you can’t wait and want to experience the demo now? You can always get it as part of Zone of the Enders HD Collection.
Still haven’t played the Rising Demo? Well, you’re in luck, can get the Metal Gear Rising: Revengance demo now on the Japanese PSN store. This is the exact same demo that was also packaged with Zone of the Enders HD Collection as a bonus.
Remember Konami did cancel the release of Metal Gear Rising for the XBOX360 in Japan, so don’t expect a demo for Xbox Live Arcade in Japan. Keep it here for all the latest on Metal Gear Rising Revengeance.
*Note Apparently the Demo is region locked, which means it is only playable on non-western PS3s.
Recently OPM went to see Metal Gear Rising in action and speak to both Platinum Games director Kenji Saito, producer Atsushi Inaba, and Kojima Productions producer Yuji Korekado. Here they talk about creating Rising, their favorite MGS and cross-studio differences.
Our Affiliate http://www.metalgearsolid.be has been up to some very good investigative work and have brought some new details into focus from the trailer.
While many elements bind Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain , others differ. First, what seems most obvious are the flags, one American, the other British. This detail, Hideo Kojima (and Joakim Mogren) wishes (n) the does not escape us. These two flags are clearly highlighted in the two trailers.
Konami have some new screens for Metal Gear Rising for us to look at. New enemies and new vehicles abound. The gallery after the Jump.
Some new shots of the White PlayArts Raiden Figure to be bundled with the Premium Package version of Metal Gear Rising in Japan as well as a stand alone figure.
The trailer for The Phantom Pain surprised everyone watching last night when it aired and theories immediately started circulating on message boards and web sites alike as well as the twitter universe was a-buzz. It left more questions than answers obviously, but this is our break down and thoughts on the trailer itself.