Excerpt: The two Metal Gear Acid games may have retained their all important stealth elements and gruff hero, although they were turn based strategy titles nonetheless. This radical reworking of the popular gameplay plainly wasn’t going to appeal to everyone.
Review: Add Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops to Your PSP Collection
10 February 2010
Excerpt: Developed and published in 2006, Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops is the fourth title of the series for PlayStation Portable and a continuation of the storyline in the preceding title, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.
Excerpt: I can remember the excitement I had booting up the first MGS game on PlayStation. I can honestly say that the series hasn't excited me as much since then. Subsequent games had lots of neat features and the same professional polish we'd come to expect from Kojima's production house.
Excerpt: One of the biggest, most important franchises in videogames today, Hideo Kojima's Metal Gear series commands the loyalty of a legion of fans and continues to set the standard in many ways for developers across the world.
Excerpt: There have been a great many grand statements about the first Metal Gear Solid on the PlayStation. It is without doubt a serious contender for best PS1 game ever, and is one of the finest examples of the craft of game design from any platform.
Excerpt: The latest venture into the series' infamous tale of political intrigue and conspiracy opens with Naked Snake, AKA Big Boss, held prisoner in an unknown location some six years after the Groznyj Grad events in
Excerpt: Snake's back and returning into his old stealthy ways. Snake's first PSP outing follows the events of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and provides a missing link in the ongoing Metal Gear mythos. The year is 1970 and follows the dubiously-named Naked Snake as he sets up Foxhound. His aim...