Summary: This is a fun game, the load times are not as bad as people make it out to be. The only complaint I have is when it starts to lag when you have too many objects on the screen. I mean seriously, this is an arcade game that takes about the same computing power to run a basic cellphone. There should be no lag. Other than that the unlockable game content is nice for replay value. ARRRGH!
Summary: Metel slug is a work of art in and of itself. The senery is breathtaking at least to me. It is perhaps to busy sometimes though, And it gets choppy. They seem to master And eliminate the choppyness by metal Slug 4 so their has been an ongoing Improvement in combating the technical Issues. It is the kind of game you play If you need to blow off steam without Commiting mass genocide due to Having a bad day.
Summary: The good news is the games are exactly as anyone would remember them, if you loved them you still will if you didn't don't buy this game. The only glaring problem is loading screens, they pop up constantly and can take anywhere from 5 seconds to 30 seconds to pass. They pop up at every in game location change, every menu change, and even when you're simply trying to switch characters at the start of the game. games play fine but loading screens get annoying very quickly.
Summary: This game is a blast from the past. Many missions to complete and the levels are very detailed. Amazing gameplay in a side scrolling shooter. Great replay value. Tokens can be collected and used to unlock extras.
Summary: Metal Slug has always intrigued my interests ever since I played it on the Neo Geo. Years later, it is still one of my favorite series I've ever played. Here's the rundown: Each game presented in the anthology is definitely solid and holds dear to the original style of gameplay. The graphics live up to its name despite it being a 2-D side scrolling game.