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Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes

Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (GCN) game cover art
Platform: GameCube
Tags: Action, Contemporary
Developer: Silicon Knights


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Staff Reviews

Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes review

Reviewed May 04, 2005

John L says: "With the exception of a crate here and a computer there, not a single aspect of the original's outdated design has been altered; you can execute far more complex maneuvers now than you could during MGS1 Snake's hide-and-seek antics, but does it matter?"
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Reader Reviews

Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes review

Reviewed July 01, 2004

asherdeus says: "I sat down in the bathroom the other day (where all fans of periodicals go to read) and was reading MITís Technology Review magazine for July and August. Inside, there was an article on nanotechnology, and how itís going to change the future for all sorts of communication gadgets. There was also another article discussing a man in Utahís new exoskeleton that would allow soldiers on the battlefield to carry massive weight without being fatigued through the use of hydraulics. Itís very iron..."
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Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes review

Reviewed April 13, 2005

goldenvortex says: "Konami took two key ingredients to create a masterpiece. The classic Metal Gear Solid was easily the best game on the Playstation and itís popularity was so immense that Konami decided to re-release the classic on new 128-bit software. The second part of the mix was the style and new methods introduced in Metal Gear Solidís sequel, the sub-standard Sons of Liberty. This one was loaded with new control mechanisms and new features which enhanced the gameplay a lot. It also had breathtaking graphic..."
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Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes review

Reviewed May 02, 2005

yamishuryou says: "Realization of the importance of plot in games took another giant step when Konami released itís best-selling Metal Gear Solid for the PlayStation. In the years before, storylines had been evolving slowly, getting itís first big boost with the high sales of Final Fantasy VII, but Metal Gear Solid is what truly brought in-depth plots out of the ghetto to make a mark on the gaming world. "
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