Metal Gear Solid 3D Snake Eater
I like this game. The mission is kind of short but is a great shooting game. This is my favorite game in Nintendo 3ds.
MGS 3: Snake Eater
when i bought this game i expected it to be short, well i have not beat it yet. The game is a perfect combo of action, adventure, and gore. It is like Call of duty but not first person, there is no puzzle involved, it is non stop shooting and surviving and knifing, it is the best 3ds game i have ever played. I would buy it.
Thi is the best game on the 3ds. The only other good ones are NSMB2, resident evil, supermario 3d land, and Legend of Zelda Ocarina of time. ;)
Metal Gear Solid 3, originally created on the Playstation 2, has now been ported over to the 3DS, and looks as good as ever. Any 3DS owner must buy this game it is absolutely fantastic. Anyone trying out the Metal Gear Solid series, this is the way to go as this game takes place before the others. The story for MGS 3D is great, coming from a Metal Gear Solid Game this isn't surprising, fantastic as always but a bit hard to understand at times. Metal Gear Solid 3 has the best video game story I've seen lately. Graphics are great, looks even better with the 3D on, comparing it to the HD Version however, I haven't noticed much of a difference besides the 3D. The game sounds great and has the best soundtrack of any Metal Gear game. Controls are rather annoying, but the Circle Pad Pro fixes this problem. The game however doesn't feature any other content, which is an issue, but the game is fun to replay on higher difficulties and no alerts etc. For $35, your getting one of the best 3DS games of all time for a great deal.
This game has by far the best, most engaging story for any 3DS game thus far, surpassing even Ocarina of time and Resident Evil:Revelations. The only downside is that it is very time consuming to listen to all of the dialogue and watch the cutscenes, but if you engage yourself, the payoff, one of the best endings of any videogame ever, is totally worth it. Graphically, the game looks great, and is one of the most realistic titles on the system, and the 3D effect here isn't just put to good use, its the best I've seen of any game so far. The gameplay is tight, with few framerate issues, and the variety of ways to tackle a situation creates pretty much infinite replay value. You can find a vantage point to snipe every enemy in the area, or sneak up behind everyone with a knife. Or just sneak past everyone, the choice is completely yours, and that's why it's such a thrill. Engaging, Brilliant, Cinematic. If that's how you like your games, then this is a must buy, completely worth the price of admission.
A very solid port.
MGS is one of the greatest franchises in gaming and this 3D-enhanced port of the 3rd game in the series just proves that statement more. The game is the exact same as the PS2, Xbox, and HD versions with a little sharper textures. The graphics are some of the best on the system, except for the cutscenes, which are still very cinematic, but they lag a whole lot and it can be frustrating at points, but besides that, this game's presentation is a stunner. The gameplay is the same as past entries in the series and relies heavily on wilderness camoflage and is an overall very strategic stealth game. The music, sound effects, and voice acting are top-notch and the 3D effect is one of the best on the 3DS. Aside from the laggy cutscenes, this game is a must-have for 3DS owners. If you have yet to experience this gaming masterpiece, I recommend you pick it up today!
Best metal gear solid game I've played even though this is my first one. Right now, I'm on my 6th time playing the game on medium difficulty, I've not yet played the easy or hard difficulty. When you learn the secrets of the game, it only takes you a few hours to play. Try not to do easy difficulty unless the other difficultys are too hard for you, because otherwise, the game might go by too fast . I recommend either starting with the medium or hard difficulty because those'll give you more of a challenge.
It's Metal Gear
Yes it's metal gear, so automatically it's awesome. It just sucks for 3d's owners because the vita owners will get MGS2 and MGS3 for about the same price, with the same (if not better graphics) then the PS2. I do not own a 3d's nor this game, but reviews tell me the graphics aren't so hot and lag, and the missing second analog stick makes it a bit complicated (yet still fun). Can't wait till june when the MGS HD collections come out on Vita. :O can't WAIT! (I gave it a 7 because it's on 3DS (with poor 3-D) and the graphics overall aren't so great. Otherwise MGS is a 100/10)
A Great Game. Crippled, But Great.
Metal Gear Solid 3D is a great game hampered by some very crippling issues.
Don't get me wrong. Everything great about Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence is still here (outside of the bonus features), but the game itself reeks of port. Even in the most basic of areas, the frame rate is prone to dropping into the single digits, making it seem as though Snake and company are moving in slow motion. Such drops are disappointing, as Resident Evil: Revelations and Kid Icarus: Uprising have shown that the 3DS is capable of rendering some intense content. Not only that, but both those games features far more taxing action than Metal Gear Solid 3, making it doubling disappointing.
But despite that, the game is still great. As a stealth game, Metal Gear Solid 3D still stands as the best, trumping even its older brother, Guns of the Patriots. Stealth is simple and intense, boiling down to a wild sprint through the jungle, hoping all the time that enemies don't turn around at the last second and send a greeting party of bullets to meet your face. While precision is somewhat hampered by the 3DS' single analog stick, it isn't enough to kill you. Even just playing the demo, I was able to adapt. Anyone familiar with the latest game in the series, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, will have no trouble adapting to the single analog stick.
Snake Eater is also an excellent jumping point for anyone unfamiliar with the series (or someone like me who doesn't care for the entries outside of Snake Eater and Peace Walker) because it doesn't require any knowledge of the rest of the series to understand. Though references are made and familiar characters appear or are referenced, the plot of Snake Eater is self-contained, connecting only with Peace Walker (and Portable Ops, but who cared about Portable Ops?).
In short: though it isn't without (big) problems, Snake Eater 3D is still a great game that will eat countless hours out of your schedule.
Great game with lots of ways to play
I had never played an MGS game before this one. I really liked the demo on the eShop so I decided to buy it, and I wasn't disappointed. It's really fun to sneak around enemies. I like how there's several methods of progressing through the game: sneaking past guards, hiding in a cardboard box, sneaking up behind guards and slitting their throat (I love that =D), shooting like a madman, etc.
The only thing I don't like about the game is the story. It's not bad by any means; it's actually on par with a good action movie. The problem is that there's too much of it. I bought this game to play a game, not watch a movie.