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Submitted by clintos59 2322d ago | review

Spin Cookie Metal Gear Solid 4 Review

Posted by Ryan

"This series is legendary, and this game is a masterpiece. It feels weird to finally have closure to a series I've been playing for ten years. I have no more questions, I have all of the information I wanted, yet I still want to walk around as Solid Snake for just a little longer. He is one of the few video game characters that felt truly human and this game shows it more than ever. Kojima has stated that this is not the end of the Metal Gear series, just the end of the Solid Snake chapter. I'm not sure if there can be a metal gear game with out a snake character. I have no doubt's in Kojima, I'm just not sure if anything else can live up to Solid Snake's legacy." (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, PS3) 10/10

highdro  +   2322d ago
another perfect score and it is still on 9.6 >>>> lol !! when will it go up to 9.7 or 9.8 !!
kalistyles  +   2322d ago
Best Game Ever!
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