StartGame | Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Review

StartGame: Ever since the genius that is Hideo Kojima revealed two more games to add to the Metal Gear Solid series, there has been a lot of attention to see how the game dubbed “A true MGS sequel” would hold up on the tiny PSP platform. A true sequel the game most certainly is; set in 1974, a whole ten years after the events of my favourite game of the series, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, and four years after the event of the previous PSP game, Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, Peace Walker chronicles the events that turned Big Boss from the super soldier we know from MGS3 to the big baddie we know in the very first game that started it all, Metal Gear.

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BillOreilly3025d ago

this game is amazing i wish it was one big world like mgs1,2,3 instead of missions but damn it is fun if you havnt got it pick it up

raztad3025d ago

I guess by "big world" you mean longer gameplay sessions w/o going back to Mother Base. You must not forget PW is a Portable game it was designed to be played in short bursts. Hence the mission structure.

GWAVE3025d ago

PW is a must-play for MGS fans. There is so much it adds to the MGS universe.


C_Stewie3025d ago

Precisely what raztad said. If it was on a console, I could understand your concern. You couldn't fit some Metal Gear Solid's set pieces on the bus ride home, so the set pieces are broken up.

Handhelds_FTW3025d ago

When you look at the whole as a whole and what it has to offer for single player and co-op. It's the greatest handheld game ever created thus fas.