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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection
Game Over Online
27 December 2015
Excerpt: Only a few games deserve to live beyond the generation in which they were released, and fewer titles still that deserve immortality. Although critics like Roger Ebert can blather on and on about how video games are not art, all one needs to do is sample the few titles that fit into this latter...
Excerpt: Konami and Kojima Productions announced the development of Metal Gear Rising way back in 2009. The game was revealed as a hack and slash action title that placed a heavy emphasis on the slicing and dicing of enemies environment and watermelons, however, production quickly stalled on the game and the...
Excerpt: Sons of Liberty , Snake Eater , Peace Walker - these three Metal Gear Solid games represent everything the franchise is about. By this point, you've probably already figured out whether you enjoy these games and are just looking for a good collection that is playable on your favorite console.
Summary: Technically the " Metal Gear Solid HD Collection " cannot be called the definitive collection as so many games from the series have been omitted and it has proven an interesting choice to pick the three games included.
Excerpt: This Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is pure awesome, with three excellent games, complete with a fresh HD coat of paint. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker are all included in this release, making it quite a remarkable collection.
Summary: Despite the initially awkward controls for “MGS 2” and “MGS 3,” the “Metal Gear Solid HD Collection” is a mind blowing value of entertainment that serves as a testament to the quality of game design of generations past.
Excerpt: It will be easy for readers to dismiss the above statement as fanboy rattle. After all, how can a series of titles based on the adventures of a gravel-throated, governmentally controlled sociopath be anything but silly, temporary diversions?