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Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Member Review for the PS2

solowingPIXY By:
solowingPIXY
09/13/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action/Adventure 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Konami 
DEVELOPER Konami 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language, Sexual Themes

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i found this game very good but lacking in the realism department... killing someone with a plastic fork? i mean cripes and getting smacked in the legg by a crocadile...are there even crocadiles in east russia??? and how much meat is there on a frog that it could fill up your stomach? well that's for realism and accuracy now the story line; GOOD I usually don't like storylines but this one was good it seemed like it was a lot less farfetched than MGS;2 or 1 because it had an alterable storyline or it was different for the way you played the game. the game play was fair enough too. being that you can't move in first person unless you have crawl through weeds or stuff and shooting was good too and i liked the SAA being spinn able eva was "highly worked" too!

 


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