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No-kill game possible in Metal Gear Solid: Rising


3:00 PM on 08.19.2010
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You know how you could potentially (not realistically) go through Metal Gear series games without killing a single enemy? That tradition continues with Metal Gear Solid: Rising, set to be released next year.

Konami confirms that the no-kill is possible with Rising and hints that there may be Achievements for those that make it to the end of the game without taking a life. IGN says that you can opt to slice an enemy's weapon instead, causing them to run away. If you do manage to cut off a few fingers in the process, know that you will be forgiven. Also know that mechs are fair game -- just don't kill humans.

I'm betting that this will be the most stressful experience ever.






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