Are you ready for our top 10 games of the generation? Well, you can't have them yet! We're only at 31-40 - but there are still some fantastic games on this list. At least, we think so. Again the usual disclaimer - these are the games that we liked from this generation of gaming. You may not agree - these aren't based on scores, sales or metrics, just our ability to stab each other for a spot on the list.
We were meant to do the draw yesterday – but some technical issues unfortunately prevented that from happening. Here then, are the winners of our Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance competition, courtesy of the lovely folks from Ster-Kinekor.
It’s been a while since we’ve given you, our lovely readers some free games – so we’d thought we’d give you something that’s a..uh…cut above the rest. While Metal Gear: Rising: Revengeance is one of the finest action hack-and-slashers available, many of you are put off purchasing the game because of its short play time. thanks to our friends at Ster-Kinekor, we’ve got to copies of the game to give away so you could have the opportunity to see that its length doesn’t matter (something else I keep telling the ladies) – because it’s incredible.
We’ve already highlighted how some early reviews have pegged Platinum Games’ Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance as the best Metal Gear title released this generation – but now that the game’s been released in the states, we’re seeing a torrent of other reviews come in – and it looks like Platinum may have struck gold.
Yesterday, we showed you the image that suggest that Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance would only take about 5 and a half hours to complete. Platinum Games’ Atushi Inaba isn’t too pleased about that claim, and took twitter to clarify the game’s length.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is finally out this month, and for the first time in a long time I’m excited about a game with “Metal Gear” in the title – because damn can Platinum Games make finely crafted action experiences. If you’ve played Vanquish and Bayonetta, you know what I mean. Unfortunately, their games can be a little bit on the short side – and it looks like that’s the case with Revengeance too.