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.
Strategy based RPG for Snake? Fans of MSG might welcome the new style.
Shantanu Zubayer "Shantanu", Amazon
8 September 2009
Summary: Here's a different side of Snake we haven't seen yet. Alright, with all the clones of Snake running around the MGS world. And when you've played through the Metal Gear Solid series... at some point, you might be cynical of the people walking in the street and the man standing behind you, who might just be wearing face camo. *pause* Metal Gear Ac!d 2 brings the tactical espionage hero of the series, Snake, albeit in a different manner ... since the Metal Gear Ac!
Summary: Great game. It implements some interesting twists to the SRPG genre, and still manages to remain relatively faithful to the original MGS series, regarding the stealth element. Gameplay is collectable card related, and there are tons of extra missions, stealth, elimination etc. The 3D visor box-thing is very cool, the movies and gameplay are nice, but its uncomfortable to use. Standard 3D glasses might have been a better choice.
Summary: I've owned a PSP since it came out. Many of the action games that I play on it just didn't seem like a good fit. I heard about Metal Gear Ac!d being a turn based card game. I had not ever played a Strategy RPG or a card based game before, but picked up Metal Gear Ac!d 2 and decided to give it a try.