Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Review

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Johan6921's review of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

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“Metal Gear Solid 3 is set in a vast jungle which is a...”

Written on: 10/05/2004 by Johan6921 (1 review written)

Good Points
Amazing graphics, superb gameplay and all new settings makes this game a must buy for any gamer.

Bad Points
Bad points, there are no bad points. This game rules.

General Comments
Metal Gear Solid 3 is set in a vast jungle which is a nice change from the last two games which only had metal buildings and a very limited amount of outdoor adventure. The gameplay is set in the 1960's which removes all of snake's high tech equipment such as the codec and his nanomachines. But the most talked about subjects are "who are you" and how well will the new gameplay systems work. I cannot answer the first question but I can tell you a lot about the new gameplay systems. Snakes new selection of camouflage brings a brilliant way of being even more hidden from your enemies (who have yet to be named) it is easy to use and there are many different combinations. Combinations you ask well first of all you select the main camouflage which ranges from fire to snow suits you have complete freedom of what you wear but to be the best stealth soldier you're going to have to select the camouflage that is almost a perfect match for your surroundings. Then you select the type of face paint that you want. What camouflage you have on affects your stealth percentage this is a percentage counter (that is located in the top right hand corner of the screen)that shows how well hidden you are.



Overall this game is a must own and even if you didn't like the last two games I am sure you will like this one.



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