Metal Gear Solid (PC) Reviews
Description:"Now out for the PC, Metal Gear Solid came out originally for the PlayStation in 1998. It's a mix of hiding and ... more
Metal Gear Solid (PC) ... killing as you take the role of Solid Snake, a man on a mission to stop his brother: Liquid Snake. Developed by Konami and published by Microsoft this was released in the UK on 29 September 2000."
Newest Review: ... does them justice, and is one of the best console to PC ports that I've ever played. The game is almost universally known ... more
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Metal Gear Solid (PC)
When Metal Gear Solid came to the PlayStation, it turned its worl ...
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Customer Metal Gear Solid (PC) Reviews (7)
by - written on 14/12/09 (Very useful, 5 readings)
Generally speaking, reviewing a game on multiple platforms seems a bit daft, but given how Metal Gear Solid on the PlayStation remains one of my favourite games, I felt it apt to check out how it fared on the PC. While my expectations were low, as so many PC ports of console games are very clearly half-baked and lacking effort, Metal Gear Solid does them justice, and is one of the best console to PC ports that I've ever played. The game is almost universally known among gamers; the protagonist is Solid Snake, a seasoned soldier who must infiltrate a special base an prevent a nuclear strike. In this stead, he will have to employ magnificent stealth skills, as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/01, updated on 12/08/01 (Very useful, 65 readings)
This is a game everyone should play! Originally released for the Playstation back in 1998, it's now available on the PC. You are Solid Snake, sent on a mission to infiltrate a nuclear warhead base, and stop the detonation of a nuke. This is not the usual go in, beat em up or shoot em up. The less fighting that goes on the better. This game is all about stealth. You start of with nothing but a scope and a packet of cigarettes. Going through the game you are able to pick up a handgun, machine gun, cardboard box for hiding in, stinger missiles - used for shooting down helicopters, infra red lenses and so on. The story ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/01, updated on 17/01/01 (Very useful, 25 readings)
When MGS came out on the PlayStation, the hype surrounding it was amazing. The graphics were smoother than... something really smooth, and the storyline was amazing. I ensured myself that I would get a copy for the PSX. 2 and a half years later, I didn't have a copy. So when it came out on the PC, I rushed out and bought one immediately. I was amazed at the storyline, controls, weapons, AI and boss fights. But I cannot put enough stress on the fact that the game is too short. I finished it in a matter of days. However, the game itself plays brilliantly. The greatest bit is definetely the boss fight against the infamous Psycho Mantis. The AI is amazing as the boss ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/00, updated on 18/11/00
Probably the best game out on the playstation finally comes out on the P.C. It is not just a plystation replica but also includes extra features, such as VR Missions included within the pack and also you can play it all in first-person mode. This is a brilliant game where instead of using brut force to win, you use stealth instead. The idea is to creep around, not getting spotted by guards and inflitarate the base. You can use a variety of weapons to win. This is a brillant game to have with lots of things to do. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/01, updated on 02/05/01
Metal Gear Solid caused quite a stir when it came out on the playstation in 1998 magazines went crazy calling it the game of the year. and now the game that sold a million playstations is out on the pc so whats it like? to start off theres not much diffrence between the two versions except with the pc version you get all the vr missions and the ability to play in first person mode at will. if you remember you had to by an add on pack for the playstation version and the first person perspective had to be earned. you get 2 discs one with the main game on it the other with the vr missions on it so its up to you which you wanna play first. the loading interface is ... Read the complete review
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