I had Subsistence during the time that you could go online but I decided to never play it because i didn't want my Metal Gear experience ruined by the downfalls of online gaming (i.e., idiots, name-callers, and people so good that it's not even fun). Looking back, was that a mistake? --- stuntwill www.myspace.com/finalround
Apocalypse15 Posted 1/14/2008 6:39:18 PM
a pretty massive one. --- Here Lies Metal Gear Online, March 14, 2006-April 3, 2007
DemonReacher Posted 1/14/2008 9:22:58 PM
Probably the biggest mistake of your life, woulda made your Metal Gear experience 100x better --- Does anyones signiture have there signature? PSN Phatmole
jackbristowuk Posted 1/15/2008 6:25:28 AM
unlucky mate you never knew what you were missing.
Solid_Shake Posted 1/15/2008 7:46:25 PM
No. You're not missing anything if you plan to get MGO for PS3 since that will be better anyways. --- http://img264.imageshack.us/img264/4859/shakesn3.jpg
vazel Posted 1/16/2008 12:49:38 AM
I **** up too. I kept putting off playing the game online and then I read on the Wiki entry for the game that the servers have been taken offline. :(
Arucard Posted 1/16/2008 12:22:29 PM
Never played subsistence online either. Even though I already completed the original Snake Eater multiple times before getting subsistence. Just didn't feel like it.
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Nintend0_Ninja Posted 1/16/2008 8:58:21 PM
Huge mistake! MGO is the most fun I've had online ever! --- classic
liquidsky9 Posted 1/17/2008 1:17:52 AM
just curious, at most, how many people were online --- mpo, mpo+: DONATHAN
fi3rcedragon Posted 1/17/2008 5:38:59 AM
I have no idea about American servers, but the Australia/UK servers only had like 50-100 people on at one time.
I'm guessing not a lot of people play PS2 online. --- PSN: Zhailzur | Steam ID: RaiN what does christmas have to do with jesus? ~ oaktytolen