How do you beat Armstrong in Metal Gear Rising?

How do you beat Armstrong in Metal Gear Rising?

If you’re really having trouble with this QTE, skip it by Ninja Running towards Armstrong so that the rock flies past you. When Armstrong glows green (regaining health), get around his back and use Blade Mode to cut his back to stun him. Once stunned, do as much damage as possible.

What is the best weapon in Metal Gear Rising Revengeance?

HF Murasama
HF Murasama The Murasama is extremely powerful when fully upgraded and has superior reach to the HF Blade, making it the strongest weapon in the game in terms of raw damage, though the Fox Blade is more effective against armored enemies.

How to defeat the final boss in Metal Gear Rising?

Also after the rock toss scene I manage to hit him also. Took some very hard work, but final manage to defeat him at least. Just run to the left and you can dodge all of the objects. No cutting required at all. Using Ripper Mode then procced to Blade Mode will increase the slow motion time.

How to cut a rock in Metal Gear Rising Revengeance?

If you Ninja Run to the right when the Zandatsu symbol shows, you can avoid it completely. I play on PC without controller and only with keyboard and mouse. I respect you getting that far with no gamepad. I final manage to make the 3x cut on the rock and even hit Senator Armstrong when he jumped on him.I manage to quickly collect the 4x nanopaste.

What to do with Metal Gear RAY boss?

Here’s a small video example. Metal Gear RAY will start with a quick bite (or backdash and bite, if you follow him), block it and cut his head armor. Chase him while spamming X-attacks in front of his head to bait more bites, block them and perform BMC without cutting his shoulder cannons.

Can you play Metal Gear Rising without a controller?

I play on PC without controller and only with keyboard and mouse. I recommend quickly trying to line up the sword line with at least 3 of the boxes, rotating the mouse around, and then, instead of trying to swipe the mouse (as it sucks with keyboard and mouse), click the LMB, which’ll swing in current direction of the sword line.