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Submitted by Cloudberry 992d ago | review

Gamezone - Metal Gear Solid HD Collection review (PlayStation Vita)

Robert Workman: If you already own Metal Gear Solid HD Collection on a console and can live without taking it on the go, you aren’t missing much.

However, if you’re seeking a stealthy companion for on-the-go play, this package is still quite sufficient, despite missing additives.

The action remains as grandeur as ever, and the presentation didn’t lose much in the transition.

Now if we can just get Konami to work on a few more handheld HD collections.

BUT NOT SILENT HILL. (Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, PS Vita) 7.5/10

JRPGLuva  +   992d ago
grandeur is a noun, not an adjective. Could do without the Silent Hill jab. meh.
ThanatosDMC  +   992d ago
Terrible review. Comparing it to the console version.

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