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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance could spawn a sequel



Konami would love to make a sequel to Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance according to Kojima Productions.

Speaking in an interview with Eurogamer, producer Yuji Korekado told the site "If people like Metal Gear Rising, if the fans who play this game ask for more, that would be awesome.

"This is a game we definitely couldn't have created at Kojima Productions," Korekado said. "Also, this is a game Platinum Games couldn't have created on their own.

"We think of this as a product that came from the collaboration of both. We both have our strengths and they were put together. So if we were to create a sequel we definitely want to work in a similar partnership."

In addition to the above, Eurogamer also asked if Kojima Productions would consider a Wii U version, however it seems that this is one game which will be missing this system out.

"One of the strongest appeals of the Wii U is the GamePad. However, we've constructed Metal Gear Rising so you can fully enjoy the game on the controllers whether it's on the PS3 or the Xbox. So, currently we aren't thinking about Metal Gear Rising on the Wii U."

Edited On 18 Dec, 2012

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Dead's avatar
Dead 4 years ago
What a load of rubbish, Platinum games couldn't have made it on their own, course they could, all Kojima brings to it is the Metal Gear branding.
Dead's avatar
Also why would Wii U owners want this when they are getting Bayonetta 2, which will no doubt be a much better game.
Dead 4 years ago
PrometheusFan's avatar
Well, Bayonetta 2 doesn't exist for one thing.
PrometheusFan 4 years ago
DynamiteWhyte's avatar
That makes no sense. You're saying Kojima only brings the MG branding, which is the exact thing the game is about. So it isn't rubbish. Also, if anything is to go by, MG world blows Bayonetta right out the water storywise.
DynamiteWhyte 4 years ago
PrometheusFan's avatar
Actually, even saying that the brand is all Kojima has brought to the table is pretty ignorant. Back when the game was an in house Kojima Productions title called MGS Rising, Kojima's team already had the gameplay mechanics and graphics engine up and running in playable form (Before it was internally canned of course), all Platinum appear to have done with it is downgrade the visuals to prioritise performance (Taking the game from 30fps to it's current 60fps design) as I can tell from what little I've played of it. Make no mistake, Kojima's team's contribution to this title has been significant.
PrometheusFan 4 years ago
Dead's avatar
You are confusing could do with have done, Kojima may have started the game off, but to say Platinum couldn't do what they did is extremely ignorant, they are more than capable as their back catalogue clearly shows. And Platinum have done a lot more than maximise the frame rate, they cut a load of crap out of it that the Kojima team did, and have made the game work, something team Kojima couldn't manage, that's why they originally cancelled it.
Dead 4 years ago
PrometheusFan's avatar
Too much presumption in your post. Fact is Platinum have used modified versions of the same graphics engine for all their games so far, and the physics at play in MGRR (Espeially with regard to how the cutting mechnics work) are far more sophisticated than anything demonstrated in the likes of Bayonetta or Vanquish. So clearly Platinum owe a lot to Koj and co for enabling them to create a more technologically advanced product than anything they've done before... and likely also the only title they'll release that will actually sell to be honest.
PrometheusFan 4 years ago
Robichoico's avatar
Kevin. They announced Bayonetta 2 at E3 (I think) earlier this year. It's a Wii U exclusive :P So yes. It certainly does exist.
Robichoico 4 years ago
PrometheusFan's avatar
A game being announced and actually existing aren't the same thing. Note that not a single thing has actually been seen of Bayonetta 2, and since Platinum are already working on two games right now (MGR, Wonderful 101) and historically they have never had any more than two games in development at any one time (They are not a huge studio after all), it seems a safe assumption that Bayonetta 2 is not yet in development... and therefore technically does not exist. How do you judge whether a game that doesn't exist is "better" than one that clearly does and is due for imminent release? It's just an insane thing to claim imo.
PrometheusFan 4 years ago
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Jimbo_1 4 years ago
Getting back to the sequel. Surprise surprise we know Kajomi likes sequels even though he said he was not going to make anther MGS ofter MGS 2 and After MGS 3 and After MGS 4.

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