Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid : HD Collection
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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Vita Review
14 September 2012
Summary: Make no mistake the " Metal Gear Solid HD Collection " brings together two classic titles in a single package. They look better than ever, control well and remain some of the most intriguing and iconic stories in gaming.
Excerpt: Released earlier this year on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the Metal Gear Solid HD collection on the home consoles remains the one to get, though Armature Studio's PS Vita version will still have plenty of value for handheld fans.
Excerpt: The Metal Gear Solid franchise is among the most revered in all of gaming. Hideo Kojima’s sprawling opus of espionage, nuclear weapons, and betrayal commands a considerable amount of attention and is always a hot topic of conversation among gamers.
Review: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection (Sony PlayStation Vita)
26 June 2012
Excerpt: Metal Gear Solid has been a staple of the console gaming industry since it first debuted on the PS One. Before that, the Metal Gear series was known for a few releases on the MSX2 system, one of which was ported to the NES, albeit in heavily modified form.
Conclusion: Concept: Several old Metal Gear games with a new coat of paint
Graphics: Great visuals and a smooth framerate have these titles looking better than ever
Sound: I hope you like codec conversations, because you’re going to hear a lot of them.
Metal Gear Solid HD Collection review: The definitive handheld MGS
27 June 2012
Summary: And now for portable platforms' greatest trick - cramming last-gen blockbusters onto palm-sized hardware. The 3DS gave Snake Eater a solid go in a fuzzier, jaggier port - but now it's time for Snake to come home.
Pros: The two best MGS games in the palm of your hand, They look better than ever on the OLED screen, Substance and Subsistence models bring extra features
Cons: Controls take time to master, a struggle throughout, There's no Peace Walker