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. Even though the games delivered on their promises, they just didn't have a magic quality.
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
Summary: Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops for the PSP features an original storyline that follows the events of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and includes online play that lets gamers recruit their own comrades to form a unique fighting force.
Excerpt: After playing a few hours of the original PlayStation Metal Gear Solid and the PS2 follow-up, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, I quickly lost interest in the franchise. Plagued with a bad camera and a relentless barrage of cinematic cut-scenes, the series never caught my attention. That was until Snake Eater. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater was the first Metal Gear that I beat outright.
Excerpt: If your PSP has been gathering more dust in months past than even the glossy black casing of your bitchin' new PS3 has fingerprints, Solid Snake's newest portable-gaming opus is more than enough reason to bust it out, clean it off, and fire it up. Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops is not stock, downscaled console game schlock; it's a complete tactical combat action game unto itself. And a really, really good one, too. As good as it gets, in fact. And it gets great.