Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance celebrated its 10th anniversary on February 19, and PlatinumGames' designers and other artists have created special artwork to commemorate the game's 10th anniversary. Director Kenji Saito and composer Jamie Christopherson have also written messages thanking fans for their support and encouragement over the decade since the game's release.
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Kenji Saito, the director of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, issued the following statement for the game's 10th anniversary:
Jamie Christopherson, the game's composer, wrote a special thank you note:
PlatinumGames' designers and artists who designed the game created new artwork to commemorate the game's 50th anniversary:
Tomoko Nishii (PlatinumGames): Hello!
'It's been a while since I've drawn so many mechs. These are simply stunning.'
Kenichirou Yoshimura: What is the meaning of "Moscow?"
“It’s the 10th anniversary of the release of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance today.”
Kana Yamamoto (PlatinumGames): What is your opinion on the subject?
'After a decade, I still love the Monsoon battle track. I blast this at full volume while I drew the art,' says the narrator.
Akiteru Naka (PlatinumGames):
'I refined the sketches that I drew while working on the game. Mistral appeared to be both cute and sexy, and I drawn a lot of Dwarf Gekkos, because these are my favorite creatures in the game.'
Jun Seung Jin (PlatinumGames):
”Happy Birthday, Senators!!”
Ryoko Konami (PlatinumGames):
'All I can say is... I Raiden! La-li-lu-le-lo,' says the narrator.
Yuya Inoue (PlatinumGames):
'I attempted to express the force that lies beneath Raiden's piousness.'
When asked about Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance's 10th anniversary in January, Raiden's voice actor Quinton Flynn seemed to be limited to the special artwork released today. Metal Gear fans who want the game's 10th anniversary can get it discounted by 75% on Steam until February 27.