Excerpt: Once again Hideo Kojima has given MGS fans and PSP owners a game highly worth checking out. Its been over 2 years now since Metal Gear Solid 4 was released for the PS3, and a new MGS finally coming into view, this time for the PSP rather than Sony’s home consoles.
Pros: Stunning Visuals and Graphics, Great Voice acting, Play up to 2-6 players on Co-Op, Great Story and Boss Fights.
Cons: Fiddly controls depending on what style your playing the game on, One or Two Camera problems here and there.
Excerpt: Before fanboys bemoan the less than perfect rating given to the latest instalment of Metal Gear from Kojima Productions, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker was judged for overall experience for gamers as a whole.
Excerpt: No sooner than landing in the South Pole on our recent Pole to Pole excursion did we then need to dust down our snow laden flight jacket and take to the skies once again with Flight Simulator X: Discover Europe.
Conclusion: Comic Jumper is a game that seems to be a promising experience. Unfortunately, the core elements that constitute a good video game are very weak. Focusing too much on exponential features and rooting the game from a character idea rather than a gaming experience has let down Twisted Pixel’s...
Excerpt: Peace Walker is more than a game of two halves; it is a game of two cultures. It is the perfect Japanese PSP game, but the imperfect Western PSP game. We're told it began life as Metal Gear Solid 5, but was later condensed to fit Sony's portable console.
Excerpt: The Metal Gear Solid franchise has been key in my development as a gamer. It's the first franchise I loved and loved so much I was willing to pre-order months in advance just for the reassurance that there was a copy that was mine .
Excerpt: There are very few franchises on the Playstation consoles / portable machines that put fans into a frenzy as much at the Metal Gear Solid series. Designed to continue the story after Portable Ops, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker for the Playstation Portable picks up four years after the events of...
Excerpt: It’s been a while since I’ve picked up my PSP. No, seriously. I think the last time I turned on my mini-Playstation system, Bush the Second was still in office. However, after hearing that a new Metal Gear game was being released specifically for my oft-neglected handheld, the PSP was no longer a...