Reviews and Problems with Metal Slug 4/5 Combo Pack
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Metal Slug 4 & 5
26 June 2005
Excerpt: have made it to the PS2 with their nonstop action, massive explosions and, above all, their furious button mashing. While these two games are identical to their dated arcade counterparts, this isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t necessarily a problem.
Excerpt: Genre: Action Publisher: SNK Playmore Developer: BrezzaSoft Release Date: May 15, 2005 Buy 'METAL SLUG 4 & 5': Xbox | PlayStation 2 Wave of Mutilation Walk into the dark corner of almost any arcade anywhere in the country, and there's a good chance you'll find a Metal Slug machine.
Excerpt: Metal Slug 4 doesn't deserve a proper introduction. It sucks. All it is is a boring retread of Metal Slug s past, a smattering of elements from previous run-n-gun classics that honestly just doesn't work. Many of the scenes I remember from earlier Slug s I remember for their novelty.
Conclusion: With the individual running time of each game clocking in at around 45 minutes, Metal Slug 4 & 5 are games that are meant to be played through over and over again. If you've already signed on for the Metal Slug ride, you know this going in, so you're looking forward to finding all the strange little...
Pros: Same crazy Metal Slug action, Way cheaper than buying NeoGeo carts, Inspired art direction.
Cons: Unlimited continues deflates the difficulty, 2D graphics looking older than they ever have.