Metal Gear Rising's Jetstream Sam DLC Gets A Japanese Trailer!
Published on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 08:36
If Raiden described his blade as "a tool for justice," Jetstream Sam’s blade is probably just a "sword for cutting dudes." Anyway, the awesome looking Jetstream Sam DLC for Konami’s Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance arrives today, and so does this Japanese trailer! No, you probably won’t be able to understand a thing, but just check out those moves. The Jetstream Sam DLC will be arriving some time today for the Xbox 360 and PS3. It will allow you to play as Raiden’s rival in the main game, which is something we all know we wanted to do as soon as we saw him fire his sword out of the holster like a gun in slow motion, right? Yes, this is correct. While you’re waiting for it to hit the digital store, go ahead and check out our review of the game, which earned itself a GameFocus Editor’s Choice. "This is what happens when you bring a tool to a swordfight!"
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