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Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence
8.5 out of 10

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

A PS2-exclusive expanded release of Hideo Kojima's powerful and Read more

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Overall 10
10

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

Game Over Online
29 April 2015
  • Excerpt: Disc One: Subsistence “Who are the Patriots?” the agent named Snake asks, his gun drawn and aimed directly at the head of the woman on the motorcycle in front of him. “The La-Le-Lu-Le-Lo,” she answers, only after being pressed several times for a response.
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Overall 8
7.9
Gameplay 8
8.1
Graphics 8
7.7
Sound 8
8.2
Multiplayer 8
8.0
Control 8
7.5
Addiction 8
8.0

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PSX Extreme
15 March 2011
  • Excerpt: franchise, has never quite managed to keep up in terms of graphics, presentation, and AI. Sadly, too many of the same problems exist in this year’s entry, although I will admit the game remains entertaining for those who can overlook a few glaring issues.
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Overall 9
9.0

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence PS2 Review

Console Obsession
31 May 2010
  • Excerpt: A Release of Metal Gear Solid 3 with additional content was inevitable, following on from Metal Gear Solid: Special Missions and Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance. It’s as if Konami always has plans in advance to release enhanced versions of each Metal Gear game after their initial releases.
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Overall 10
10

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

Playstation Illustrated
30 April 2007
  • Excerpt: Looking back, it’s pretty amazing just how far the Metal Gear series has come. Starting out as simple stealth action title for the MSX home computer, the latest title in the series, Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence boasts better visuals, camera work, and storyline than half the Hollywood movies out...
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Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence Review

VideoGamer.com
20 March 2007
  • Excerpt: How do you make one of 2004's best games better? For Hideo Kojima, that's an easy question to answer. Telling the origins of Big Boss, and effectively tying up a number of loose ends with the series, Metal Gear Solid 3 remains one of the best games released on the PlayStation 2, and like its...
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Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

GameBrink
1 March 2007
Overall 9
9.4
Gameplay 9
9.4
Graphics 9
8.9
Sound 9
9.4
Lifespan 9
9.4

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PALgaming
28 February 2007
  • Summary: Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence is a fantastic re-release of one of last years' best games and with the excellent amount of tweaks and additions across three discs it is well worth the price which can be found as little as £25.99 in some places.
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Overall 10
10

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

Into Liquid Sky
12 October 2006
  • Excerpt: It seems to have become a standard practice that when a great game gets released, some time down the line, an improved, bonus-filled version of the same game is sure to arrive some time later. I'm sure that Hideo Kojima's release of MGS2: Substance really established this as a viable practice.
  • Pros: Visually amazing, The story is top notch, Online mode, boss duels and cutscene viewers are excellent, MSX versions of first two Metal Gears are great, Improved controllable camera
  • Cons: Limited Edition movie is oddly executed
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Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence – Review

GameCritics.com
8 August 2006
  • Excerpt: I'd intended to review Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (MGS3) when it originally came out. A longtime fan of the series, I was interested to see what Kojima would do with a prequel. I found myself oddly underwhelmed by the game.
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Overall 6
6.0

PSP Review - 'Astonishia Story'

WorthPlaying
7 July 2006
  • Excerpt: Genre: RPG Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Sonnori Corp Release Date: June 6, 2006 The Korean gaming market, spurred as it was by Starcraft in the late '90s, didn't take long to begin challenging the U.S./Japanese dominance of the field, despite having a vastly different take on console gaming.
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