1UP: Review: Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection is a Hat Trick of Awesomeness

1UP: Even as our consumer rights are slowly whittled away by binding arbitration clauses, draconian DRM, and "online passes," we gamers still remain an awfully spoiled lot. And if you don't believe me, here's a stunning example: the asking price of the original NES Metal Gear in 1988? 50 American dollars. The cost of a fully remastered bundle containing Metal Gear Solid 2, Metal Gear Solid 3, and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (not to mention bonus remakes of the original MSX Metal Gears 1 and 2), purchased in 2011? 50 American dollars. As a pure value proposition, that's nearly impossible to beat; and, given the amount of finely crafted video game content contained in this little package, it's unlikely that you'll find a better disc to grace the system of your choice -- though it helps to be on board with the polarizing quirks of the Metal Gear series.

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GamersRulz2355d ago

going back to MGS series is like cleaning your soul from rubbish games out there, IDK but MGS games have this special atmosphere that makes you say : Why did I waste my time playing (X game)but not this masterpiece.

feel free to fill in the blank.

showtimefolks2354d ago

If you are a mgs fan this is a must have unlike capcom konami and Kojima did an excellent job with this

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