well i thought the ending was going to be lame but it turned out great, touching story about boss.
what i am interested now is remembering and knowing what the heck happened in part 2 which was a confusing crappy story and especially in part 1. i think i have heard about ocelot a lot in part 2 and this big boss was there in there i think.
i will replay mgs 1 again later.
I AM SURE THERE COULD BE QUITE SUCH SOLDIERS WHO WOULD BEEN DISHONORED IN THE NAME OF MISSION/DUTY, HOW LAME ARE THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLES COUNTRIES?
the gameplay was better than 2 but still i think unless played on a certain difficulty level it is not that engaging i finished it in easy mode.
who WAS SPEAKING WHAT IN THE FINAL WORDS IN THE ENDING? DO EXPLAIN PLEASE.
i am in love albeit its one-sided as of yet. list of my ps2 games which I want to play and finish and those which I already have. http://sdrv.ms/11K1vm2
Too advanced for a normal gamer? Try playing Call of Duty or something then. I think it's a shame game plots aren't as complex or in-depth as Metal Gear games are.
And if you think things are confusing now, you should see how confusing they get by the end of MGS4.
I disagree. The plot in this game is TOO big. seriously 20 minuted before you even take control of snake? It takes over an hour just to start the actual game. Unnecessary. Half-life has big plot and there is barely any downtime
OMG 20 whole minutes? They're going for something called storytelling here, it's designed to be a cinematic experience as much a game. If you can't handle cutscenes, then just skip them. The first scenes serve to introduce the main characters and flesh them out as actual people rather than merely mission support members.