Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence
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Review: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (Subsistence Edition) for Playstation 2
Alex Gomez, Amazon
11 November 2011
Summary: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is a perfect hybrid between cinema and video game. The game's scenes suck you into Snake Eater's story, while in between scenes you play out your mission in vast jungles, buildings, maintain terrains and a large, supposedly impregnable fortress. I will be reviewing the Subsistence edition of Snake Eater that came packaged with 2008`s Metal Gear Solid: Essential Collection set.
The best of the series and one of the best games ever made!!
Farmer Mario, Amazon
14 September 2010
Summary: What an amazing game!!! Gotta love the old school Metal Gears tossed in with the package as well. I don't think I've ever been more satisfied after beating a game. The story was compelling, the game was challenging, and even after a lengthy campaign.. I found myself wishing it hadn't ended.
Summary: If you haven't played the Metal Gear Solid series...WHAT ARE YOU WAITING ON? AN INVITATION? Well, here's your invitation. I sincerely invite you to spend just a bit of your money on this game, and I guarantee you will be blown away. And, since chronologically this game takes place before all the others, it's the perfect place to start for anyone who wants to get into the series. By all means, don't hesitate. Buy this game.
Summary: This game is a prequel to the other metal gear solid games, in fact it is the first in the series. The story in this game is fantastic, without being overly confusing like in MGS2. The action is more robust and the characters are just incredible. This controls better than MGS1 and 2, and I would DEFINITELY recommend getting Subsistance over Snake Eater.
Summary: This game is for sure the pinnacle of the very summit of PS2 list of games and even an all timer classic. All the games of the series are really good but this installment is one of the finest and it can touch the heart of any iceman. Kojima is one of the best directors in videogames with a very astistic point of view without letting the action fall apart. It has a feeling of being a somewhat old war movie so it will bring some nostalgia for those lovers of the genre.
Summary: I'm not going to review MGS 3, everyone knows it's awesome and if you don't then you should be on this page. The Subsistence re-release is a way to get a little bit more out of your favorite game in the MGS series. I generally prefer this over MGS4 in terms of replayabilty and not that MGS4 was in anyway a bad game just simply not as good as this one.
Excellent addtion to the MGS series, superb extras!!!
P. G. Canet "sakacaca", Amazon
13 September 2009
Summary: This is a 5 star game. The MGS series has always blown away gamers for being always new, fresh and incredibly creative. As a prequel to the entire Metal Gear series, Subsistence (MGS3) takes you back almost 40years but sure enough Snake still there. How is this possible? Play it!!! The game playability brings CQC, dynamic camouflage, and a lot more possibilities. Also, disc 2 has the previous (never b4 released @_@) Metal Gear games for the MSX2 and NES consoles.
Summary: Of all the Metal Gears I have played and beaten, this one was the most challenging. In fact, I did not even beat the regular version, until I baught Subsistence. The camera angles was the biggest problem with the original version. I loved the story because the player got to play as Big Boss in the 1964 setting. Of course, there is no modern weapons, here. The games focus was all about survival in the wilderness.
Summary: I usually don't count Metal Gear Solid 3 when making my comparisons to other Metal Gears because it doesn't involve Solid Snake in anyway. In its most basic form MGS 3 is more of a 'spin off'. But an important one at that*. With that said lets begin the review. In MGS3 you start off playing as a rookie Fox operative named 'Naked Snake',your mission starts off pretty simple:Rescue a hostage.