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Submitted by Nerd4Sure 893d ago | review

Nerd4Sure.com - Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Review

Written by Joseph Caballero - "The Metal Gear Solid (MGS) series has been a fan favorite for many years and is definitely one of the best reasons to own a PlayStation product. Now for those of you who’ve never played Metal Gear Solid 2 or Metal Gear Solid 3, now is your chance to take part of what is truly being defined as classics. Both are wonderful entries in the franchise and still hold great value after the many years since they were released. With improved visuals, variance controls, and genius storytelling, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is perfect to own for new comers of the franchise or old school gamers who just want to relive the classics. So does it live up on the go with the PlayStation Vita, or is this just another gimmick into seeking more of your hard earned cash? Read on, and we’ll find out together." (Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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