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- An intuitive menu utilizes the touch screen for quick and easy equipping of items and weapons.
- Utilizing the Gyro Sensor, players will become one with Snake through specialized tilt mechanics throughout the game design.
- Auto-stereoscopic 3D viewing capability that endeavors to create a rich jungle world with natural depth in settings of trees, rock/stone, water and more.
- Experience an all-new re-interpretation of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, previously released on PlayStation 2 with over 4 million copies sold, in 3D for the first time ever.
- Photo Camo system utilizing the built-in camera technology of the hardware bringing customized stealth and camouflage options to the player.
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From the critically acclaimed director, Hideo Kojima, a new 3D experience re-imagined from one of the most popular Metal Gear Solid titles from the past, comes METAL GEAR SOLID SNAKE EATER 3D.
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Agent Jack, codenamed "Naked Snake" by his fellow CIA "Fox" operatives back in the States, is on a one-man mission in Soviet Russia during the 1960s Cuban Missile Crisis to secure the safety of one Russian weapons scientist and gather info on a dangerous secret weapon being developed there.Read more ›
Well the first problem with Metal Gear Solid 3D: Snake Eater is unless you have one of those silly Circle Pad Pros, the controls are unwieldy. They use the D pad to do what the face buttons should be doing. Which is awkward and too bad because this game is actually modeled after Metal Gear Solid: Subsistence, not Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater. In Snake Eater (and also Sons of Liberty) you don't really need a second analog stick. Those games are practically top down and control very much like Metal Gear Solid did on the first PlayStation. If Konami had remade Snake Eater for the 3DS instead of Subsistence we wouldn't have needed the Circle Pad Pro at all. Who knows, they may have even been able to lock down the choppy frame rate in this version of MGS3. Which is the other problem with this 3DS port. Talk about a missed opportunity.
Those are two pretty big things holding this game back but it's still the same content with a few new Easter eggs thrown in and a create your own camouflage mode using the 3DS camera that I found to be an extremely fun and addictive feature.
Differences - Gameplay:
There isn't THAT much changed between the console version of MGS3 and MGS3D however I will go over some key differences. For one, the game gives you a constant view of the MAP on the touch screen which is very helpful. I often found that during my MGS3 play through on the console that I sometimes had difficulty figuring out where to go, this game helps alleviate that problem by giving you constant access to the map. This feature turns into a key part of game play when you factor in items such as the Motion Detector and Sonar as they display the information on your map rather than on the top screen.
When you first begin the game (after a jarring amount of cut scenes as per usual in a MGS game) you are immediately thrown into the jungle (which is where you spend most of your time) and must sneak by or dispatch enemy guards. Sneaking is just as FUN as ever, if anything it's THE best part of this game and completely makes it worth while to have MGS as a hand held. You can press yourself against walls, tap on walls to distract guards, use cardboard boxes to sneak around as well as find and equip new types of camouflage to help you blend in. The camo plays a key role in this game as it makes it harder to be identified by enemies and bosses but it does not make you invisible.Read more ›
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I spent $22 on a copy of Metal Gear Solid 3D and all I got was an empty case with no game card in it what the hell do not buy from this seller!Published 1 month ago by Ricky Picha
I am kind of an oddball when it comes to this specific title. Common knowledge says that the framerate (which is rather abysmal) keeps this from being the definitive version, but I... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jon Rasmussen
Awesome graphics on the 3ds! Most games are more for kids and lack in this department, this game does not disappoint. Great 3D quality as well for a FPS! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rick
Great game control's take a little getting used to but other than that its the great same game we played on the PS2 and the HD collectionPublished 2 months ago by Mario Lizama
I bought this game for my 13 year old brother and he loves it. I only played the demo, but the graphics are amazing and it really feels like you're in the game. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Toni Montana
Got this for my boyfriend. He doesn't seem to be as annoying anymore, Thanks Metal Gear!Published 6 months ago by Cynthia Saelee
It's a great game. One of the best ever made, but this is a bad port. Controls are weird, new voice recordings are subpar, and the graphics are worse than the original. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeff Read