Reviews and Problems with Metal Gear Solid HD Collection
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An amazing action experience!
MSMJ Shaffer "FMZ", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I have been a fan of Metal Gear and hack/slash games like Devil May Cry for a long time. This game essentially matches up both of them and really churns out a fun experience. The action here is top notch to where you can precisely slice up enemies in the most satisfying ways. The difficulty is a bit rough at time but once you overcome some tough bosses, it is very rewarding.
Summary: Honestly not what you expect seeing trailers and whatnot. Obviously it's gonna be violent, but it is in a way you don't expect, and isn't as free and open as you would think. It plays like a super-high-quality arcade game. ...Which is not at all a bad thing. This is a pretty cool game, and I don't regret getting it.
This is a fantastic looking collection of some of the best games ever ...
noah kyle, Amazon
2 February 2015
Summary: This is a fantastic looking collection of some of the best games ever made. Peace Walker will keep you busy for hours, MGS3 is one of my favorite games ever made, MGS2 is a nice touch. It also comes with the MSX games Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, which I didn't even know, but easily ups the value, and these games still hold up today! This collection will always have a place on my shelf.
Summary: This is an all around excellent game. I especially like some of the bonus features. The game is set up well so you are able to use strategy to succeed. The graphics are very crisp and realistic. It's action filled fun.
Summary: Raiden, we had fun in MGS 2 but we didn't get to utilize your incredible cyborg transformation...until now. Now for newcomers, this is purely an incredibly fun action game, as for us fans of MGS its a little something to hold us over till Ground Zeroes comes out. Which can be a bit disappointing if you're craving that MGS gameplay, but storywise? Absolutely.
Summary: Peacewalker wasn't a great game in my opinion because it was adapted from a portable platform, but this package was worth it for MGS2 & 3 alone, which hadn't previously been released on Xbox 360. Substance IS a great game with hundreds of VR missions, and Subsistence is a necessary addition to Snake Eater, with full 360 degree camera control making sneaking much easier.
Summary: The codex seems weird on this game for some reason, more like useless info rather than helpful hints and tips. Also the stealth in this game doesn't work extremely well such as boxes and barrels to hide in. Other than that, I loved the action, the graphics are alright, I'm not crazy about a game that uses same graphics for gameplay and cinematic parts, but this was alright, at least you can skip them if you want.
Summary: Raiden has returned as the rough and ready to rumble cyborg samurai in this adventure. The combat is so fluid in this game, and the sneaking works pretty well (but why would you want to sneak with all this at your disposal). Being able to tear apart an unwary enemy with a flick of your joystick just feels so good and the customization, although limited, makes for a better experience. Play through this adventure and just be in awe of Raiden.
Summary: Three awesome games at an absolutely phenomenal value. MGS3, the centerpiece and strongest title of the collection, has been tweaked and polished to near perfection. Improved textures, on-the-fly adjustable camera settings, and excellent additional content from the Subsistence re-release make it an exceptional title to revisit for PS2 veterans.
Summary: Had a good time. Kind of corny and Raiden has long nails and wears high heels (seriously), which really makes me wonder about the design team's sense of humor. I wasn't too engaged with the people you can talk to on your codec/radio, but it was a nice spectacle and very high quality production values, even if the story made me roll my eyes from time to time. Hope to see a sequel.