Game: “Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection”

The Return of the Snakes (Part II): Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Review

Our Rating
4.75
out of 5.0

This game was reviewed on the Xbox 360. Editor’s Note: Because this is the first appearance of the Metal Gear Solid series on the Xbox console, and because this is the first appearance of Peacewalker on any console other than a handheld, we decided to split the review into two parts.  This review covers MGS Peacewalker.  Blair’s review of MGS 2 and 3 can be found here. ~W75 Knock knock knock. “What was that noise?”… Read On »

 

posted November 23, 2011 - 8:30 am in by

The Return of the Snakes: Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection Retro Review (Part I)

Our Rating
4.75
out of 5.0

This game was reviewed on the Xbox 360. Editor’s Note: Because this is the first appearance of the Metal Gear Solid series on the Xbox console, and because this is the first appearance of Peacewalker on any console other than a handheld, we decided to split the review into two parts.  This review covers MGS 2 and 3.  Blair’s review of Peacewalker will be featured tomorrow. ~W75 Since I was a young kid, the Metal… Read On »

 

posted November 22, 2011 - 8:31 am in by

Hands On With Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD on Xbox 360

Being a huge fan of the Metal Gear series since the ‘80s, I was excited (to say the least) when Solid Snake made his return with Metal Gear Solid for the PlayStation in 1998.  Since then, the MGS series has grown to immense popularity with three additional sequels on the PlayStation platform as well as additional releases on Nintendo consoles and the PlayStation portable.  Point in fact, Metal Gear Solid 4 was the only exclusive… Read On »

 

posted September 21, 2011 - 2:02 pm in by

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The METAL GEAR SOLID HD Collection will be released in November, and will comprise HD remastered versions of METAL GEAR SOLID 2: SONS OF LIBERTY, METAL GEAR SOLID 3: SNAKE EATER, and METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER. It will mark the first time these legendary titles have been released for these formats, and will act as a stunning introduction to one of the most enduring video game series of all time.