Summary: The Document is an interesting slice of history. Included is the original concept art and story treatment for Metal Gear Solid 2, as well as a viewer for in-game models, levels, and cutscenes. If you're interested in film directing, graphic design, or software development and you really enjoy the Metal Gear Solid series, this product is for you. You can get a real kick of digging into the ins and outs of this game.
Summary: It is now very hip to bash Metal Gear Solid 2, a fearless synthesis of multi-layered film and stealth video game. Why all the hate and why now? You see, back when MGS2 came out, it was a technical showcase for the PS2; nobody had ever seen anything quite like it, and those who would later revile it submerged their hatred for certain elements in deference to the incredible graphics.
Summary: MGS2 starts out rather straight forward and has the expectable 50 plot twists before its over. However this one takes it even further and some of the weird stuff that happens towards the end might be pretty confusing. (like having in game characters break the 4th wall by telling you to turn off the game console!!) I love Raiden. He should totally star in more Metal Gear games.