Saturday, June 26, 2010

Metal Gear Solid (MGS): Peace Walker

Metal Gear Solid (MGS): Peace Walker essentially picks up the reality of Naked Snake right after MGS 3: Snake Eater and MGS: Portable Ops. Now os 1974, and Snake's a little disillusioned. After obliterating his "treasonous" mentor in MGS 3, Snake departed the U.S. and established Militaires Sans Frontieres, or borderless soldiers, a team that bravely helps the unfortunate. Soon, a student and professor appear begging for help. It appears that the Central Intelligence Agency has overran Costa Rica, and figuring as how the little nation does not have a strong armed services, the duo wants MSF to intervene to set things right. Snake resists the offer, however when the professor gives him a tape that apparently shows the Boss is still alive, MSF accepts the reduce.
The game is devilishly deep. It’s exciting and you'll love all of its small details, but I won't spoil that for you.

The game is impressive and you should play it. It is not complete however, as the co-op is required in certain locations, however the game is still a pure chef-d'oeuvre.

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