Summary: Metal Gear AC!D 2 outclasses its predecessor in almost every way. A faster pace, more logical game design, nicer graphics, equally excellent OST, and even a plot that a human can understand. New systems are introduced such as partner reaction fire support, automatic Link Action cards, an ecchi factor, and even a stereoscopic 3D viewing mode. That said, AC!D 2's atmosphere is weaker than the first game, and the challenge level has been greatly reduced. The AC!
Summary: I was excited to play this game when I got in the mail awhile back, but when I turned the game over to see the condition of this game buy was it terrible. I was told that this game was "like new" but from what I can see is that it is not "like new" at all. It's a complete mess! I was surprised to get an item in this condition and to be told that it was "like new". I might want to reconsider buying from this seller again.
Summary: Anybody expecting the usual hollywood experience that is synonymous with Metal Gear Solid is gonna be disappointed. It uses a playing-card system for everything from movement to attacks. You get cards that have specific actions on them and then you use those cards to perform the action it specifies. It's very different but it is by no means bad.
Summary: This game is pretty deep than average games. I finished the game on normal, finishing every level regardless what grade I get. I didn't find it challenging, just want to finish the game and see the ending. Then I start on extreme mode, it was impossible to me at first, I cannot even finish the first level, the problem is I save the game already on top of the original save. If I start again, I will loss all my card collection.
Summary: If you can get past the fact that its turn based and card based its an awesome fun game. People expecting this Metal Gear game to be an exhilirating real time action game, like most Metal Gear games, should look elsewehere because this game certainly is not one of them. If you on the other hand want a new kind of Metal Gear game you should certainly buy this game, you won't regret it.
Summary: I'm a huge Metal Gear fan -- having played/beaten all the console MGS games. I'm also big into tactical strategy, so the first Acid sounded right up my alley. It turned out to be too constricting with too obscure a story to hold my interest. Metal Gear Acid 2, on the other hand, delivered on all fronts. Its gameplay is amazing, really breaking down what works in this series to fit into turn-based confines.