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Konami survey asks about potential sequel to Revengeance


1:15 PM on 08.02.2013
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Not to get our hopes up too much, but Konami is currently hosting a survey about Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance that, after going through a bunch of highly specific questions, gauges interest in a follow-up game. You'd like one of those, wouldn't you? Me too.

Specifically, the survey asks: "If the sequel to Metal Gear Rising were available, what would you expect from the game?" Options include a longer running time, more of a connection to Metal Gear Solid, sci-fi and stealth elements, and more cutting, to name a few.

While we daydream the possibilities, there's still the upcoming PC version of Revengeance to anticipate.






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