valor79's Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Limited Edition) (PlayStation 3) review

'Metal Gear Solid 4' is a masterpiece despite a few flaws

Published: Friday, July 18, 2008 - 2:00 am


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    Cinamatic Perfection 0

    Metal Gear Solid is one of those single player experiences that anyone who calls themselves a gamer would be crazy to miss. Hideo Kojima has ended the tale of Solid Snake with an experience that can not be called anything other than epic. Given the story can at times seem a bit over the top it is so well presented it and a few movement / control shortcomings can easily be forgiven. This is single player experience any fan of the series ( or anyone new abet some brushing up on MGS history would b...

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