Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid 2: The Sons of Liberty
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Good entry to the series
Russell A. Hamann, Amazon
5 February 2008
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.
Summary: Metal Gear Solid is sure a pure gem but It has a few flaws. Lets get started shall we. Now first of all. WHAT THE HELL IS RAIDEN DOING HERE. Alot of people had a problem with Raiden being in it. I'm not...I mean it's Metal Gear Solid For crying out loud! Metal Gear Ray is awesome.
Summary: Only for Fans. The entire "Making of..." in this disc, with all the production notes, photos, Polygon Demos... and more. This isn't really a game; as its name says, is the Document of Metal Gear Solid 2. A disc for fans and for people that like to know all abot the development of this game.
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.
Summary: I mean, it is a game, but at the same time it is not... Well, anyway, Document is basically an interactive DVD presented in two (almost three) parts. The first is the game-like part. We are presented with five VR training levels that will be featured in Substance.
Summary: The Document of Metal Gear Solid 2 isn't quite a DVD and its not quite a Video Game. It's being referred to as an interactive DVD. Document has 5 VR (virtual reality) missions, that are a preview to MGS2: Substance. These are pretty easy, but the one with the Sniper Rifle is kind of difficult.
Summary: After playing Metal Gear Solid for the PSX, I had very high hopes for the sequel. It took me a while to get the PS2, but when I finally got the system one of the first games I bought was Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. I popped the game in my PS2 and was blown away by the graphics.
Summary: The game had almost anything you could ask for. GFX: The game had some of the best graphics PS2 ca provide, it was seamless, no jagged edges, no really poor intersections, and no gaps. However, in a few area's, you could see the streched 2D images. I give graphics 9.8/10 Sound: Exellent sound.