Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid : HD Collection
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A great port of some great games
31 October 2014
Summary: A great port of some great games. The sub-native resolution and other visual downgrades don't really harm the game at all, and the Cross-Save system is a pain to use but works flawlessly. Even the controls, which could have easily gone bad, have been translated fairly well.
Summary: The very first game that I owned on the Playstation 2 was Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. When I purchased my PS Vita this was on my list of games that I must have. Not only did it come with one of my favorite Metal Gear games, it included MGS3: Snake Eater.
Summary: I love the metal gear solid series have played many of the games from this series except for 1 or 2 that was made for the psp. This one needed to have the psp game included as its included in the ps3 version which is can be used to continue on between handheld and system.
Summary: I give the game 5 stars easily. These two games are childhood memories I still play today and to think I can play it while traveling now is a dream come true. Only thing is that the seller stuck it to me when it came to price. It was around last year on Black Friday.
Summary: Fantastic graphics, even though it lags at times. The lag isn't major (not Jak and Daxter bad, but mildly noticeable). VERY good game, and if you have a Vita, you'll enjoy this heavily. Go for it. At the price this is going for these days, it's worth the risk!
Summary: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty "Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty" didn't quite end up as people expected. The opening section takes place on a Tanker being infiltrated by Solid Snake, who's on a mission to get evidence of a new Metal Gear.
This is one of the best Vita games. But don't buy from here
28 April 2014
Summary: This is one of the best bundles for the Vita, That being said refrain from purchasing it online. Find a local store as the prices here are ridiculous, I bought the same game at GameStop for $25.