Gameargus writes: "After decades of anticipation and fanfare from across the globe, the saga of Solid Snake is finally at its end. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots definitely isn't perfect in any sense of the word, but does manage to truly be greater than the sum of its parts to go down as one of the defining games of this generation of consoles.
At its core, the Metal Gear series has always been about stealth and story, and MGS4 isn't any different. The game does, however, feature a number of additions that make sneaking around a bit easier, most of which are influenced by items in Kojima Productions' previous title, Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence.
The most notable of the bunch is the OctoCamo, Snake's new suit that adapts to look like almost any surface he touches. It'll allow you to interact with, and hide in, places that you typically wouldn't in a MGS game, which also makes for some interesting approaches in regards to how you reach certain destinations."