Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
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Same Old But A Bit Tedious
Maboroshi Kid, Amazon
18 December 2008
Summary: The first Metal Gear Solid was revolutionary. The second Sons of Liberty was a cinematic experience coupled with excellent gameplay. Snake Eater, however, is much of the same but gets a little tedious. You will do much of the same, except the tedious part is that you have to keep eating to maintain your health, and you have to heal certain wounds.
Summary: Metal gear solid have always been my favorite stealth action games. Unfortunately konami did to much for this game that amature gamer will have a hard time beating this game. Trust me when i say this game is hard, and if you don't believe me, here is a couple of senario. Imagine being drop down into a cave where everything is pitch dark and you have to find your way out? Do you sort of get the idea?
Summary: This is an OK game. I wish you were able to fight more when in close quarters with the enemy. When you get too close to someone and they see you; you are unable to punch them in the face. Other than that...if you have 32 hours to kill....you can beat the game without the help of cheat codes.
Summary: Playing the game was fun. Only problem for me is that I like to always be in control and alot of the game your watching the Movie aspect of the game, instead of having control of the game yourself, but overall the game was worth buying.
Summary: A good game, but not a great game. It has a lot of replayability, but I played it through once and won't be playing it through again. It's fun in spots, but then there are so many other parts that just aren't that much fun. You've got to have patience to play this and that doesn't seem good trait for a game - shouldn't it just be plain fun?? Good story, unlike Metal Gear Solid 2, and overall better than MGS2, so if you like MGS2 you'll like MGS3.
Summary: Metal gear solid 3:snake eater is the latest game to come out in the series and definetely the best so far Hurled right into the middle of all the action the first level see's you trying to save a hostage named sokolov surrounded by enemy sentries with nothing but your trusty knife and the few rounds in your tranqulizer gunb However sokolov is more than just a hostage, he's the main man that helped to build a machine so powerful it can carry war heads around inside it's...
Summary: I played this game at a Konomi engineer's home. It's pretty cool. But it's not what people are expecting. Since it takes place in the 1960s, alot of it takes place in space and on the moon. It's gets a little lame because the only way you can kill people is by running them over with your moon rover and hitting them with your golf club. The coolest part is analyzing moon rocks through a microscope. What amazing chrystallization!
Summary: Okay - this game is PROBABLY a work of art worthy of all the awards in the world. The gameplay is PROBABLY an intense stealthy slog that has you on edge at all times, and the story will have PROBABLY had me in balling tears on the floor, with the only thing that could possibly console me being an intimate visit from Emma Stone, but I cannot for the life of me get past the god awful camera. It would be fine if there was a radar, but there isn't.
Summary: I can tell the game is vastly improved on earlier MGSs, the environment, the camouflage system etc.etc. I really want to enjoy it, but the camera system just does not work or suit the game. Usually looking down from a bird's eye view, you can only see a small area of the environment, you can only pan the camera a little way and this is the most frustrating, decrepit part of the game. Everything is off the camera! Out of sight!
Summary: This game has some of the hardest boss battles in any game. "The End" for example can sometimes take an eternity to kill. Then theres the awful camera mixed with the lack of a soliton radar system and its a recipe for disaster - what happens is you cant see the enemy in anyway shape or form so you end up running into them and alert after alert :( I loved Metal Gear Solid 1 and 2 and managed to get through both on all levels of difficulty..