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Well, if their torso has a faint blue glow, that means you can go into blade mode and extract. That happens after you've been beating on them for a while. I'm right there with you, man. I just beat VR 18 and what a pain that was.
EDIT: It's been more than a week so you must have beaten it already. heh
Raiden and Naked Snake (Big Boss) have a few things in common. For one, Raiden's rockin either an eye patch or he has some device over one eye. Sam is a rival/mentor of sorts to Raiden, the same way The Boss was mentor and rival to Naked Snake. Both mentors/rivals are responsible for removing an eye. Both Raiden and original Snake go off on their own and fight for what they want and believe. And, of course, a new generation of soldiers being modeled after Raiden, kinda. Children's brains being removed from their bodies and trained in VR to be ruthless killers. A different take on Les Enfants Terribles. Anyone else see similarities?
This game won't get a 9, and if the ending where anything to judge the game in full, it shouldn't even really be getting a 7... I won't spoil the ending, but I will say a lot of games that have recently come out [DMC5, Aliens: Colonial Marines, this game included] have a one thing in common: the blantant or at least an undertone of disestablishmentarianism (particularly against corporations & standing policies of government) and playing on the negative stereotypes against them. [IE: All corporations and government bodies (especially America) are evil, war-mongering, greedy pigs and will suck the life out of the poor people who are always the ones to suffer]. Out of all the games THIS one is definitely the biggest, blantant one guilty of this... it seriously doesn't even try to hide the fact. [when you reach the final boss, you'll see what I mean]. This game does not follow the complexities of a storyline like Hideo Kojimas other MGS games, it's just a cookie cut robinhood vs tryannical Prince John story that by the end of the game, made me facepalm myself thinking.
So basically, it will meet my expectations. Kojima isn't directly involved so I never expected this to be like the main MGS games. All I want is a great hack n' slash game set in the MGS world; I finally get to play a cyborg ninja. I enjoyed the demo, so I don't see why I won't enjoy this. I don't really need a overly complex plot to enjoy a game. That was fine for MGS 1-4 because that's what they were. As for the anti-establishment undertones, that's always been part of the series.