Metal Gear Solid: Rising

Platinum Games writer and International Coordinator, Jean Kellams, has told a Metal Gear Solid fan on Twitter that Metal Gear Rising could come to Wii U if there’s enough demand for the game. Kellams admitted that the end decision is completely down to Konami, the publisher of the game. Konami has stated in the past that they have no plans to bring Metal Gear Rising to Wii U

@PG_jp jw… what are the chances of MG:R getting a WiiU release 1 day? Touch screen would be cool for finishers and other shenanigans…

@Fillytase @konami would have to see demand for it and bring us the request to port.



  1. Cool man.
    I played the demo, its really fun, just wish it had a combo list xD
    Also worry about how long the game is, or the replay value…

    But whatever, its good, not whining saying “derr, not metal gear, no stealth”


  2. ivwoukd like for it to come to wiiu lol. played the demo and had a blast, don’t really know what they could even do with the gamepad to be honest lol


  3. Well it’d be a bit unreasonable for any main/side metal gear title to not come to the system. The only two systems that didn’t have metal gear to my knowledge was the DS and Wii. I’d say put it on there but put some work into utilizing the U’s abilities.


  4. Man, at least Konami is being straight up about it unlike Tomb Raider’s publishers.
    Don’t really care for this game, but improvement on a new Silent Hill game and bring it to Wii U would be good.


  5. I would love to see a Wii U port of Metal Gear Rising: Revengance. Not only to see the gameplay, but to feel like you’re really using the blade…..cutting through the hardest objects with ease, and something that greatly reminds me of the Matrix. I demand a Wii U version. :D


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