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Metal Gear Solid 4 - Guns Of The Patriots Platinum (PS3)

by Konami
Platform : PlayStation 3
89 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B001SR5LY4
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 13 Mar. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,827 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

From infiltrating enemy compounds and man-made structures in MGS and MGS2, to the challenges of the jungle environment in MGS3, MGS4 brings a totally new concept and situation, resulting in the toughest Metal Gear infiltration mission ever devised.

The game is set after the events of MGS2 and players will reprise the role of top secret agent Solid Snake with appearances by characters throughout the MGS series. With the addition of online capability, MGS4 is a leading product for "PS3" and will signal the dawn of a new gaming era for the MGS series.

  • The final chapter of the Solid Snake saga
  • Infiltrate all new battlefields with all new gear.
  • Enhanced close quarters combat system.
  • Octocamo Suit absorbs background detail for added disguises.

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. K. Paddick on 9 Jan. 2011
This game is near flawless, Rediculous graphics, Incredibly smooth gameplay, and interesing story and characters, You can play this game however you like, from part running and gunning to all out stealth, When i first saw my friend playing this i thought he was in a cutscene, it just looks so good, the boss fights are varied and suitably epic, gameplay is phenominal and maps are very varied, you just want to replay this time and again, an essential ps3 experience, literally cannot recommend this enough.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Scott MacGregor on 6 Jan. 2012
This game came out in 2008, ive completed it recently once again after not playing it for over 2 years.

It still astounds me. It's simply amazing, its ahead of its class now and its 4 years old. When i compare it to the most recent COD, then it makes it seem like im comparing Man City to Yeovil Town (No offence at all to Yeovil).

The game is beautiful from the get go, it has no bugs, its difficult and challenging, extreme stealth is required to get past the toughest difficulty level without been seen and after all your trials getting through a section, you can sit back and watch a fairly long cutscene, which if you immerse yourself in the metal gear world and play stealthy you will enjoy.

I seriously can't understand any review under 4 stars for this game. And the 4 stars are only acceptable to me because i can understand that people will be put off by the length of the cutscenes, but you can skip them anyway.

I can remember when i got this in 2008 and i found it really tough, didnt really get the hang of it until the fourth act but it really does astound me still replaying Act 4. Its by far and a way one of the greatest gaming experiences ever and in my opinion the best boss battle of the game comes in Act 4. Its a work of art.

On the cutscenes, if they were joined together with movies of the gameplay you control yourself, it would be an incredible movie. This part i like about the game, the storytelling is out of this world, and ive not seen anything else like it, and we're 3 and a half years on. Metal Gear lives on.

Id advise checking vids or wikis before getting it. Its not a shoot em up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Wasim on 17 Nov. 2012
I want to start off by saying that i have never given any product, game or anything any review. This is my first one and the only reason Iam doing so is to tell everyone how big this game is even after 4 years of release. I had my playstation1 back in 1997/98 and since you get a demo CD with it i had this in demo. I was straight away so impressed by the amount of detail and it reminded me of something like Jhonny Quest which was brilliant cartoon for me in their era.
I played it back then and finished it like 100 of times and still never felt bored by monotony of the events happening. How you call someone on a codec to pull information how you get clues and you just play it by ear.
I love how all the events are linked together, its just brilliant.
I think this game will be too boring for people who just want to play a straight forward game like call of duty, you follow your sergeant, move when he tells you to move and if he dies your mission expires too. In this game you are your own boss you take decisions, you donot follow anyone, you find your own way and on the top of that the best thing I love about this game is nothing would come in a plate for you, you would have to struggle and think and interlink events.

i am genuinely running out of words to praise this game but i just wanna mention this one last thing here:-

This game has honestly filled my thirst for good games once again, i cuold never find one like it. I sold my fifa 13, cod modern warfare and nfs the run. these are ok'ish games. But MGS4 s a star, its the future, it has just given me so much satisfaction that I am not even playing my ps3 from the last 3 days. I dont know what to get next.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bruno Delgado on 17 Aug. 2011
If you played the Metal Gear series you will obviously want to play this one.

If you never played it wait a bit, Konami is gonna release soon a pack with the previous games for ps3 in hd, first play the others, then get to this masterpiece.

It's story is so complicated and with so many references to previous games you'll just get confused and will not enjoy it if you haven't finished them (even so, it's still recommended to consult the Metal Gear Wiki to solve some doubts)

Very good game, really cinematic, great story, great characters, deep plot, different ways to play, from all out action to sneaking (it's possible to finish it without killing anyone)

Features a great online mode that can be considered better than FPSs, besides shooting around you can use sneaking attacks, deploy playboy magazines, hide on dumpsters, catapult to roofs, put the enemies to sleep or knock them out...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By H. R. Thomas on 22 Mar. 2010
I'd say that this is a pretty good experience. The graphics have improved and so has the gameplay. I had hours of fun on this. Unfortunately, the too frequent, tedious cut-scenes can make it boring. The creators wanted to make this like a movie. Well it's not its a game. We buy it to play on it not to watch. Thats why games are usually more expensive, because you can get hours more fun out of them.

I'm glad that this game attempted to make a story as well. It does contain some humorous dialogue, also. The story is extremely wierd, but thats what Metal Gear is supposed to be. The giant robotic frogs that go "moo" were a perticular strange addition. The story is pretty hard to follow and extremely farfetched but you probably could like it if you did follow it.

The game play is amazing. You have a whole new range of modern weapons. You also have your own Q like person who gives you your gadgets. There is a range of scenery from the middle-east to South America. There are hours of fun you can have with this game, because, within a limit, you can chose your own path. You can kill who you want to. Save who you want to. Question who you want to.

I don't think this game should be a 15, either. A 12+ would be more appropriate. It does contain a small amount of red fog when someone dies, but thats just realistic. The language is also only mild. Nothing more than a few S-words.

My conclusion is that this is an experience for all types of action gamers. You can be stealthy or just go on a rampage. As long as you skip the cut-scenes which aren't essesntial to the plot (like quite a lot of them) you will have hours of fun. Thats if you like espionge stuff.
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