So here you go:
Snake looks very, very old, but can that stop him from running, smoking and doing everything he has previously done...well, again? Nope, I don't think so.
Anyway, check out the vid, and enjoy a full 8 minutes of it!
> The music was possibly the greatest thing about MGS1. It was utterly
> awesome, whether it was just in the background in-game, or whether it
> was during moments such as the death of Sniper Wolf. It was perfect,
> and the soundtracks in both MGS2 and MGS3 were no where near as
> good...but still good.
I agree MGS1 music was awesome, but I don't think it compares to the main theme or the cut-scene music of MGS2, (although the in-game BGM for MGS2 wasnt as good) and i think the in-game BGM on 3 was better than 1. Thats just what I think. ANyone know if Harry-Gregson Williams is cominback for 4?
But everyone thinks it doesn't exist.
And i've lost disc 1 on my original PS1 version so I can't check either :(
GREAT game though. And a terrific nostalgia trip, too :)
They took away alot of the original S/T, which really ruined it IMO.
Also being able to do things like First Person makes it all too easy.
But to be honest, Sons Of Liberty and Snake Eater, whilst both being excellent games, never lived up to MGS on the PlayStation. I'm hoping MGS4 might be able to, considering it's supposed to be the epic conclusion to the series and all that.
And I mean so good that it does things down to the atom. So say you had two elements, you could put them together and it would produce a reaction, with the engine doing it in real time.
That would be impressive.
I don't like the idea that all games will become so good looking in the end, that you won't be able to tell the difference from a game to real life...comparing pictures to graphics etc.
Imagine playing a game with a person that looks like any other person on the street in reality. That would suck...everyone would be going crazy wanting to see nude women on their games then, rather than in real life, as most girls are too expensive anyway. :D