Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
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Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots UK Review
29 January 2016
Excerpt: In return for letting us play Metal Gear Solid 4 before its release, Konami issued us with a list of things that we're not allowed to discuss. This list of prohibited topics is pretty long, and even extends as far as several facts that the company itself has already made public.
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots PS3 Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: I have got to admit that over the course of the Metal Gear Solid series I have grown fond of the recurring cast. The story has always been compelling enough to endure the long and fantastic cut-scenes, which have always been lengthy enough to bring about mixed feelings amongst gamers.
Summary: There will always be a big game or two that falls off the radar for people even though they desperately want to play it due to factors in life. One of those games for me was Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.
Excerpt: Briefing In 1967, the great critic Kenneth Tynan wrote in The Times of London, describing The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club band as “a decisive moment in the history of Western civilization.” The comment showed a remarkable prescience: 40 years later, Sgt.
Excerpt: Metal Gear Solid is a big deal for a lot of people. Cinematic gaming probably wouldn't be where it is today if Hideo Kojima and his team hadn't brought us the original PlayStation game and for many the series stands way ahead of the pack. It's been far from a smooth ride though.
Excerpt: Bullets whiz over your prone body as you sneak through the forest. Mortar fire can be heard in the distance, screeching above. The mortar strikes the ground with force, kicking up dust, dirt and debris, eliciting a wince. You keep going – after all, you’ve got a job to do.
Excerpt: It’s finally here, the PS3 exclusive game that fans have been salivating over, and built on a pedigree and history that most games can’t even imagine. Dating back to 1987 on the NES, and covering six main games and a dozen spin-offs, the final installment is here, to give an end to the story once...
Conclusion: Despite being over a year old, the graphics are very good. The gritty, cursed world of Boletaria will truly come to life in front of any player brave enough to play this game. The overall art style is excellent.