Summary: I came across this game after hunting for 'older' PSP titles for on-the-go gaming. This game did not disappoint for the most part. As many have written in other reviews already, this is NOT a typical MGS game. However, the turned-based style, while slower in pace than most games, does provide a unique perspective and tons of entertainment value. The mechanics of the game is well-done.
Summary: This game is surprisingly true to the stealth spirit that appears in the main Metal Gear Solid series. It's basically a turn-based miniatures game, except with stealth factored in. In true Metal Gear fashion, it is possible to just run through guns a-blazing in most cases, but stealth is rewarded with faster completion times, greater chances of success, and cards at the end of the level.
Summary: This is a fun and interesting game. I agree with the other reviewers that the pace of the game can get tedious but that's not always a bad thing. It is good to have a few games that can be played at your leisure. If you are looking for an adrenaline rush this is not the game for you but if you want a good strategy game that requires some thought and planning this is a great choice.
Summary: After all is goog but it has many cards that you can`t use them all and you can get frustrade when the cards you need dosn`t show in the screem and you dont do wath is necesary when you are in touble
Summary: It's a pretty decent game if you come into it with a "Final Fantasy/Dragon Quest" turn-based frame of mind. But you will be quite disappointed as I imagine many people have been when they first bought it a while ago. Call it bad marketing on Konami's part which is unfortunate seeing as how the PSP has been suffering in sales quite a bit lately. Anyways the game is okay although the explanations for its gameplaying style sucks!
Summary: When Metal Gear Ac!d was first released, it was the subject of scorn from the majority of Metal Gear fans. Excited by the prospect of a Metal Gear game on their new Playstation Portables, fans were dejected to discover that this wasn't really a Metal Gear game at all. In reality it was a spinoff title that didn't even exist within the same continuity. Worst of all, it wasn't even "Tactical Espionage Action"...it wasn't even an action game!
Summary: This game is not what I expected for a metal gear game. The title should be changed, cause never had I thought that metal Gear could be played with CARDS!!! Sounds stupid huh? When I first picked it up I almost threw it in the garbage, but I figured I'd give it a chance. So after beating it several times and getting all the cards I realized how addictive this game was. It is interesting how the devlopers left the standard metal gear format and went to this.
Summary: This is a great game but do your reserch all the reveiws say they didn't think it was card based when I want a game I make sure its something I want to buy. Besides this game is great if you have enough patince to sit through the great storyline (wich you should if you mant a stealth game)
Summary: Just to start off: I'm not a kid. I just used the form so I didn't have to sign up.... Now... This game is amazing. The graphics of the character models are just some of the best on the PSP. Now... Don't listen to all those people that say "Oh, it's horrible, it's not even a shooter!" Duh. Apparently they've never played the Metal Gear Series. It's a STEALTH game.... This game has a perfect blend of gameplay and storytelling.
Summary: It seems like, in general, the opinions on ACID are mixed. However, reviews making comparisons to other childish card games or making references to monky "butt" (its ok, we're not all 1st graders like you, we can say butt) are unwarrented. However, obviously, this is just my personal opinion. This was one of the first games I picked up with my PSP, and in fact was the first one I played (I bought Twisted Metal: Head On as well).