Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is the culmination of decades of an acclaimed series that repeatedly raised the bar with every entry. The storytelling may not please everyone, especially the initiated, but this is unquestionably the best gameplay in a Metal Gear game. Hideo Kojima has given the player more control than ever before and it translates to an incredibly fun game to play, and a fitting end to one of the most influential game series of all time.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
Rising opens big and only intensifies from there. The action is amazing and the game is a pure toy box for the slicing mechanic and that is just fine for me. The story is relatively believable within the crazy world of MGS and that might really be it’s only downfall with Platinum Games feeling a little held back by the restrictions of the real world.
Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D
It seems like this is just a step in the direction of porting Metal Gear Solid 3 onto every platform that it can be. While it has some issues it is still completely playable but some people may be turned off by the learning curve of the controls and spotty frame rate but if you are able to looks past all of that then you can still find a fun time. What’s more important anyways is the complete lack of any crab battle!
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Plus
In the end, Portable Ops is one of the best games the PSP has seen thus far. In fact, this is really the type of game that the PSP needs to start seeing more of because these are the type of games that drove fans to the Playstation 2, and can do the same for the lagging PSP. MGS: Portable Ops is just a great action/stealth title that should not be missed.
Metal Gear Acid
Metal Gear Acid is a solid card-based strategy that I know will disappoint many because it’s not your typical stealth action game. With that being said, if you are into these sorts of games, Metal Gear Acid will definitely appeal to you. Otherwise I would suggest it as a safe bet rental title.