If you are a game developer and are insecure or self-conscious about the way your game is perceived by the general public, try this: release your E3 demo title screen to the masses and see how they react. Judging from the comments on YouTube, it looks like people are really excited for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.
There is not much to the screen aside from some pretty decent electronic music in the background that is reminiscent of “Blood Rave” from the Blade (another man that was fond of swords, knives, and cutting weapons) soundtrack. Raiden is also in the background with the camera panning to different angles to showcase him and his metal dentures, with the MGRR logo in the foreground.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will be released on an unspecified date, presumably in Q4 of this year.