Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid 2: The Sons of Liberty
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More games should do this
10 February 2013
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: great graphics, story, with many puzzles. one of the best tactical game . the storyline of this game is good but i prefer the first metal gear solids adventure. hideo kojima has created wonderful game that become one of the famous installments for playstation. i know this game has a lot of fans (i am not between them) and most of the gamers choice is the metal gear solid. in other way, dialogues and videos take too much time that should become boring.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun and it satisfies on many levels. What I mainly take issue with when it comes to this is that the storyline kind of falls apart towards the end. Other than that, this is everything it's supposed to be; a tactical espionage shooter.
Summary: Note that you have to be really interested in the Metal Gear story arc to understand this game. Playing-wise, it's fun but towards the end there starts to be more and more cutscenes with less playing. If I had to choose which one to get for PS2, I would definitely go with MGS3 - Snake Eater before this one.
Summary: Probably my alltime favorite video game franchise with the exception of the Madden football games. The original Metal Gear was one of the first games I owned for the old Nintendo NES. And even though the kids today would go back and look at that game and laugh, it was still so far ahead of it's time with it's concept and plot twists. This game is the equivalant of watching a great Hollywood action movie.
Summary: I got this as a gift for my younger brother. He was so happy when it arrived because it completes his collection of MGS Games. This came in good condition and kept my brother occupied for 3 hours or so.
Summary: This game is great. First things first though, do not look up anything about the plot before playing this game, just be prepared for anything. Graphics: 9/10 Keeping in mind that the game was released in 2001, the game looks astounding. controls: 8/10 It plays just like the first game, except a few things were fixed. However...the game is old, and even though I really like the control system, its a bit clunky. Gameplay: 9/10 Actual gameplay is awesome.
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.
Summary: SPOILER: Gameplay-wise, this is 5 stars. But just because the player no longer controls Solid Snake in the latter 75% of the game and instead controls a... (well I don't want to offend anyone so I won't use a certain term), I substract 1 star from what is otherwise a perfect game.
Summary: Im a huge fan of the Metal gear Series,the first one i played was the one for game boy and since then i cant stop playing this games. theres a little drawback that i will mention later but for now, to the point. the first mission that the game throws you its a kind of tutorial in wich you could explore the controls and diferent actions, i particularly enjoy stealing dog tags from the soldiers because you need to be even more careful when aproaching the target.