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    I can explore and backtrack for things other than expansions and equipment I should already have.

    And no, I want a new and improved Metroid, not a Half Life.

    As for the choices and how they would impact the game, it could be anything from making a choice that could benefit the mission but sacrifice something else or choosing between two coarsest of actions that will either make a nearing part of the game more difficult either combat wise or puzzle wise. Or it could be a difficult and vauge choice and depending on whether you choose correctly it could either strengthen or weaken the enemies for the remainder of the game.

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    @Assasin; Dis is true. I haven't played a whole lot of games with a really good story. Sadly...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosquid View Post
    @Assasin; Dis is true. I haven't played a whole lot of games with a really good story. Sadly...
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    Snake being in SSBB has made me semi interested in Metal Gear. I could get one of them for the PS3, unless there are any on the Wii. I wouldn't know.




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    New MGS game makes me worry about the series' future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosquid View Post
    Snake being in SSBB has made me semi interested in Metal Gear. I could get one of them for the PS3, unless there are any on the Wii. I wouldn't know.
    Besides the Portable Ops games, and the non-canon games like Ghost Babel and Acid, I have the whole series all for my PS3.

    Metal Gear Solid downloaded via PSN
    Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2, Metal Gear Solid 2, Metal Gear Solid 3, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker are on the Metal Gear Solid HD collection
    And Metal Gear Solid 4 is exclusive to the PS3

    So if you have a PS3 you're set for the entire Metal Gear series if you're hoping to get into it, which I highly suggest.

    As for your Wii, none are available, BUT a great remake of Metal Gear Solid, named Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes, was released for the Gamecube exclusively if you still have a Gamecube remote lying around, and if you can find it. It is a bit of a collectors item amoungst Metal Gear fans and was difficult for me to get my hands on a copy. But if you have a PS3 I would suggest just downloading the original PlayStation version.

    And as a friend dear Nicky, I could suggest to you to play them in chronilogical order to better follow the complex story, but some people prefer to play them in order of their release. In choronological order they go:

    Metal Gear Solid 3
    Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops (PSP only)
    Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops 2 (PSP only)
    Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker
    Metal Gear
    Metal Gear 2
    Metal Gear Solid
    Metal Gear Solid 2
    Metal Gear Solid 4

    @ Assasin: If you're talking about Rising, I agree. If you're talking about MGS5, you're crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodine View Post
    Besides the Portable Ops games, and the non-canon games like Ghost Babel and Acid, I have the whole series all for my PS3.

    Metal Gear Solid downloaded via PSN
    Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2, Metal Gear Solid 2, Metal Gear Solid 3, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker are on the Metal Gear Solid HD collection
    And Metal Gear Solid 4 is exclusive to the PS3

    So if you have a PS3 you're set for the entire Metal Gear series if you're hoping to get into it, which I highly suggest.

    As for your Wii, none are available, BUT a great remake of Metal Gear Solid, named Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes, was released for the Gamecube exclusively if you still have a Gamecube remote lying around, and if you can find it. It is a bit of a collectors item amoungst Metal Gear fans and was difficult for me to get my hands on a copy. But if you have a PS3 I would suggest just downloading the original PlayStation version.

    And as a friend dear Nicky, I could suggest to you to play them in chronilogical order to better follow the complex story, but some people prefer to play them in order of their release. In choronological order they go:

    Metal Gear Solid 3
    Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops (PSP only)
    Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops 2 (PSP only)
    Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker
    Metal Gear
    Metal Gear 2
    Metal Gear Solid
    Metal Gear Solid 2
    Metal Gear Solid 4

    @ Assasin: If you're talking about Rising, I agree. If you're talking about MGS5, you're crazy.
    I don't think I have enough interest to play all of them, but I'll try one or two. Thanks!




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    Try the Twin snakes on gamecube. It's a remake of the first MGS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosquid View Post
    I don't think I have enough interest to play all of them, but I'll try one or two. Thanks!
    Exactly what I said till I beat my first MGS game lol

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