Strike from the shadows in Metal Gear Solid, the classic game of espionage and stealth that set a benchmark for the genre. Play as Solid Snake and rely on wits more than weapons to take down your enemies. Minimally armed and supported only by sparse instructions from allies via an implanted radio, the best hope is to avoid open battle as much as possible by silently and covertly advancing through each level. Make the most of your limited arsenal, including pistols with silencers and missiles, to...
Takes Espionage and cinematic to a whole new level
Review by ic-ded-p-pul
March, 25 2004
Pros: Voice acting,Codec concept cinematic, and new Espionage genre
Cons: Maybe a little too "cinematic"
This game was a revolutionary game, that was thought out more than any other game I've played on. The first game to of it's kind, in which you don't let the enemy see you; rather than just walk over to them and "BANG!". The voice acting is the best I've ever heard. Everyone says that the length of it is too short, but I think it's a very winding and epic. I also found the Codec very original and useful.