Quantity:1

Compare Offers on Amazon
Add to Cart
CDN$ 24.49
+ CDN$ 4.99 shipping
Sold by: BEARDOS BAZAAR
Add to Cart
CDN$ 26.95
+ CDN$ 3.49 shipping
Sold by: marvelio-ca
Add to Cart
CDN$ 31.89
& FREE Shipping. Details
Sold by: EntertainmentForLess
Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
Colour:
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
      

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection XB - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

by Konami
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen

List Price: CDN$ 29.99
Price: CDN$ 29.48 & FREE Shipping. Details
You Save: CDN$ 0.51 (2%)
In Stock.
Ships from and sold by Amazon.ca. Gift-wrap available.
Xbox 360
  • For the Xbox 360
10 new from CDN$ 24.49 3 used from CDN$ 21.21

Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Frequently Bought Together

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection XB - Xbox 360 Standard Edition + Devil May Cry Collection - Xbox 360 Standard Edition + Silent Hill HD Collection - Xbox 360 Standard Edition
Price For All Three: CDN$ 76.35

These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers.



Product Details

Platform for Display: Xbox 360
  • ASIN: B0050SYOOA
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 1.5 x 19.1 cm
  • Release Date: Nov. 8 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,308 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

Product Description

Platform for Display: Xbox 360

Amazon.ca Product Description

From the critically acclaimed director, Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection offers a handful of the most popular Metal Gear Solid titles from the past in true HD for the first time ever. Featuring three complete games, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, the HD Collection offers old and new fans a chance to experience the epic game play, design and storytelling of the MGS franchise. The "Metal Gear Solid (MGS)" series is the seminal work of Hideo Kojima, Japan's master game creator, and the progenitor of the stealth action game genre. The series has become a global phenomenon, with over 27 million copies sold worldwide. The player controls a secret agent from an elite special forces unit who is sent on solo sneaking missions through enemy installations, vast jungles, and sometimes even the thick of battle. Alone and surrounded by the enemy, even a special forces agent will find it tough to come out alive. But that is the secret behind the series' popularity-the cerebral challenge of figuring out how to avoid combat, and the thrill of sneaking through enemy territory undetected. The MGS series is also known for its storyline, which blends seamlessly with the gameplay. The scenarios are based on extensive research and incorporate the drama of actual developments in society. These elements have made MGS what it is today: a mature work of entertainment that transcends national borders and the confines of video games, and one of the leading products of the Japanese econtent business.

From the Manufacturer

Untitled Document
METAL GEAR SOLID HD COLLECTION

Product Overview

From the critically acclaimed director, Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection offers a handful of the most popular Metal Gear Solid titles from the past in true HD for the first time ever. Featuring three complete games, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, the HD Collection offers old and new fans a chance to experience the epic game play, design and storytelling of the MGS franchise.

The "Metal Gear Solid (MGS)" series is the seminal work of Hideo Kojima, Japan's master game creator, and the progenitor of the stealth action game genre. The series has become a global phenomenon, with over 27 million copies sold worldwide. The player controls a secret agent from an elite special forces unit who is sent on solo sneaking missions through enemy installations, vast jungles, and sometimes even the thick of battle. Alone and surrounded by the enemy, even a special forces agent will find it tough to come out alive. But that is the secret behind the series' popularity-the cerebral challenge of figuring out how to avoid combat, and the thrill of sneaking through enemy territory undetected.

The MGS series is also known for its storyline, which blends seamlessly with the gameplay. The scenarios are based on extensive research and incorporate the drama of actual developments in society.

These elements have made MGS what it is today: a mature work of entertainment that transcends national borders and the confines of video games, and one of the leading products of the Japanese content business.

Features

  • The MGS franchise is one of the most important game series of all time with multi-million unit sales globally, and countless awards honoring the vision of Hideo Kojima, a true video game icon.

  • First time for these groundbreaking MGS titles to be in full High-Definition with revamped graphics, menu systems and much more.

  • Play as a new fan or a veteran within Metal Gear Solid universe and experience some of the greatest gaming design, storytelling and presentation of all-time

  • Three full Metal Gear Solid games featuring endless hours of gameplay within single-player campaign

  • Online multiplayer modes featured in MGS Peace Walker for even greater replay and value to extend the experience further. Go online in multiplayer modes as well as Co-Op mode.

  • Enjoy smooth, precise controls with right analog stick formatting and Force Feedback

  • See the game like you never have with the frame rate boosted to 60 fps and graphics enhanced to 720p

  • Complete your missions and enjoy a new way to play Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker with the Trophies and Achievements mode

 

   
METAL GEAR SOLID 2 SCREEN 1 METAL GEAR SOLID 2 SCREEN 2 METAL GEAR SOLID 2 SCREEN 3 METAL GEAR SOLID 3 SCREEN 1 METAL GEAR SOLID 3 SCREEN 2 METAL GEAR SOLID 3 SCREEN 3 METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER SCREEN 1 METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER SCREEN 2 METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER SCREEN 3

What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item?


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
5 star
1
4 star
1
3 star
0
2 star
0
1 star
0
See both customer reviews
Share your thoughts with other customers

Most helpful customer reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin on May 3 2013
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Three great games for half the price of a regular game. Can't really go wrong here, if you don't have a PSP/PS2 and are a fan of MGS then pick this one up.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Corey on Dec 4 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Played Metal Gear Solid back in the day, loved it, this is just as good, or negative part is getting use to the camera views as games now a days don't use that view. Other than that, the game is great!
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)

Amazon.com: 151 reviews
49 of 54 people found the following review helpful
Everything a Metal Gear fan could want (almost) Nov. 9 2011
By Andrew Whitehead - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Fun:   
Metal Gear Solid is a series that still holds up because Hideo Kojima is a master of his craft. Plain and simple. The story telling is harder to defend of course, but the actual GAME is rock solid. One thing that has always stuck out in my mind is the attention to detail that goes into these games. There's just so many hidden little extras and bizarre jokes mixed with in with seriously good stealth that feels well thought-out. The game's never seem rushed or under-done, everything is right where it should be.

Here's a small wrap up of each game:

----

Metal Gear Solid 2: A lot of fans didn't like this game on release due to the main character swap that occurs early in the game. And to be fair Solid Snake is a hard (near impossible) act to follow... but in retrospect Raiden is solid character who grows a lot throughout the course of the game, and when it's all over you'll grow to like him. Well I think you will. The boss battle are not as numerous, but they're as great as the original Metal Gear Solid (except fro Psycho Mantis of course) and overall I truly believe this is an amazing game with some genuinely awesome twists. That crazy final sword fight, those underwater sections, the weird stuff that happens when the computer virus takes over... there's just so much to love. Plus the attention to detail in the confined areas you constantly find yourself in is brilliant. No corner is ignored, not detail overlooked - Kojima and his team put a lot of effort into this game and it shows. And that final after the credits twist... simply excellent.

----

Metal Gear Solid 3: While the core gameplay remains the same in the third game the differences are also pretty significant. Set in the 60s the overall feel of the game is that of a Cold War paranoia, James Bond outlandishness and surviving in extreme isolation. While you always fight against the odds in a Metal Gear game, here it feels like Snake is truly alone. You have to manage Snake's wounds (treating burns and broken bones), switch camo to match your environment and even collect food (which can spoil!) to maintain your energy levels. But don't this fool you, there's still plenty of lighter moments and nice little winks at the camera mixed in with the extreme scenes of violence and torture. What make Metal Gear Solid 3 so great is how badly Snake is beaten down and how much it makes you want to get revenge. And then, after all that, that unforgettable ending... I WON'T spoil it, but it's just brilliant.

----

Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker: Out of all the Metal Gear Solid games I've invested the most time in this one. The story is quite possibly the strongest in the series - it's like the transition from Anakin Skywalker to Darth Vader (but done SO much better than those crap movies). A man without a country and nothing to lose finds something to fight for and becomes the number one enemy of a country he nearly died for. Snake hit rock bottom here, more than he did in Metal Gear Solid 3, but his rise to power is made that much better because of this.

The game itself is your fairly typical Metal Gear Solid fare, but the added option of recruiting soldiers and managing your own mercenary squad is a lot of fun. Like collecting Pokemon you'll find yourself trying to secure stronger team members and using them to build your army. The core gameplay alone is great, but this addition pushes this game over the edge and makes it truly great.

-----

So what's missing? The original Metal Gear Solid. I understand there may be emulation issues or something like that, but seriously, it's sorely missed in this otherwise great collection. If you think about it you only play as Solid Snake for about half an hour in Metal Gear Solid 2... the rest is all Naked Snake/Big Boss or Raiden. That's a shame, but hey, it's not a deal breaker.

This is an amazing series. If this is your first time I truly envy you (it would so great to play it again, but start with Metal Gear Solid 3, move on to Peace Walker and finish with Metal Gear Solid 2) and if your a returning fan you'll love these games all over again. HD or not, these games are awesome, but the fact that they look this good and come with so many extras (like the original Metal Gear games from the MSX) just solidifies this collection as a must have.
87 of 100 people found the following review helpful
You might want to get the PS3 version, if you can. Dec 30 2011
By Spawn of Apathy - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Fun:   
I love the originals. This is a serious I have spent possibly too much money on over the years. Between getting the original release, then the re-releases, I've put hundreds of hours into MGS2/MGS3. At first look this collection is obviously missing one major component, MGS1. Push that aside and focus on the collection as it is, and all seems fantastic.

Graphically the games have never looked better. High resolution visuals, and for the first time full widescreen support make this the best these games have ever looked. If you've played the games they feel just about as you may remember. But it is that "just about" that may be the biggest reason against getting the game on the Xbox 360 over the PS3 version.

I prefer the Xbox 360 controller for gaming. All my friends are on Xbox Live. And I prefer getting achievements instead of Trophies. However anyone who's spent a significant amount of time with these classic PS2 titles can tell you that they take advantage of a very specific function of the Dual Shock controller that few games utilize. MGS2 and MGS3 use the analog buttons of Sony's controller. A style of buttons the Xbox controllers have never had.

On the DS using the Square button (X on Xbox controller) raises your gun. Gently releasing pressure on the Square button allows Snake to lower his gun without firing it. On the Xbox controller you cannot do this, so the gun just fires. The simple work around is to de-equip the weapon. But the problem doesn't end there. Automatic weapons (like an AK47) are aimed by lightly holding the Square button, and fired by pushing the Square button all the way down. Not possible on the Xbox 360 controller due to the buttons being a simple on/off style. So on the Xbox 360 controller when you push X to aim the gun you go immediately into firing the gun in full auto.

This makes using these weapons very tough in the story mode, and make the VR missions involving these automatic weapons harder to complete. In VR you have to time your shots even more carefully since you have to take the animation time of lifting the gun into consideration. You have to aim by just eyeballing the center of the screen. And you still have to burst fire by pressing and releasing X so as not to waste the limited ammo you have.

I'm still having fun with this collection on Xbox 360, but if you've never played these games before on a playstation controller you'll think the game's controls are broken. They are, but only on the Xbox 360. Remembering back it was a similar problem the Xbox 1 version of MGS2:Subsistence suffered from the same issue. At least this time around you don't also have the frame-rate issues the old Xbox version had.
40 of 47 people found the following review helpful
The gold standard for HD collections Nov. 8 2011
By Red - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Fun:   
This is by far the best example of an Hd collection. It's befitting that it's for one of the most influential franchises of video game history. If you're new to metal gear, now is your chance to catch up on these landmark games, including the first two metal gears only released for the MSX. If you're a vet, relive the magic of Kojima's masterpieces. Great value for the money. Also ignore the guy who rated a 1 star because of peace walker's graphics. it was a PSP game. It was never meant to look like a HD console game. it's only upscaled to look reasonably good on an HDTV. this is for the experience of the metal gear story, For fans, not an entire remake.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Best Value in Gaming Since The Orange Box Dec 30 2011
By MrFoxhound - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Fun:   
First off, realize that this isn't going to be an unbiased review, my internet handle is taken from this series, I eagerly anticipate anything not only with the Metal Gear title, but anything from Kojima Productions. I have imported games in the past that have not come out in the states from Kojima, namely Policenauts. The day I bought my GBA was for Boktai, I bought a PSP for Metal Gear Acid, but that game stunk as bad as the NES versions of Metal Gear, luckily they released Portable Ops and the 5th pack in title here, Peace Walker, and the only reason, and only game I own for it, I bought an Xbox was for Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance because Konami released it first on the Xbox then, subsequently, on the PS2, my system of choice last gen. Even knowing all of that, as a gamer I can tell you that this is quite possibly the best value in all of gaming, even more so than the Orange Box was. You are getting 5 fully featured games with, arguably (and I will argue the point until my last breath) the best story in video gaming that has spanned the last 25 years. It's the longest running single story using the same character in video games, period. This isn't just Square reusing Moogles or Cid in Final Fantasy games, these are the same characters that first appeared in the Japan-only MSX system 25 years ago until the dramatic, epic, awesome, life-altering conclusion of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots on PS3 a few years back, (also the sole reason that I bought a PS3, and I bought the Gunmetal Gray PS3 with MGS4 LE pack in).

*Before I go on, I want to make everyone aware that this collection houses the Substance version of Metal Gear Solid 2 and the Subsistence version of Metal Gear Solid 3. What does that mean? Well for Substance you are getting over 300 VR (Virtual Reality) Missions, 5 Snake's Tales Missions, Bomb Disposal Missions; and for Subsistence you are getting the MSX versions of Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake as well as the better camera angle for Snake Eater. There are some things missing from both versions. Substance they left out the demo Snake Skateboarding demo and on Subsistence they took out Snake vs Monkey. These are both understandable removals as they were originally cross-promotions designed to sell Konami's skateboarding game for PS2 and Ape Escape respectively. Still, I do miss sending Snake up a half-pipe to do a kick flip on the top of the Big Shell. Also, the Persistence disc isn't here. Persistence was the fourth disc to come with Subsistence which took all the cut scenes from Snake Eater and made them into a movie. As I said you get 5 of the best games with the best story of all time in video games in this package: Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance, Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence, and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker.

Metal Gear:

Originally released on the MSX home computer console in Japan only when it came out. Ultra Games took the game and dumbed down most of the stealth elements when they released a version of it on the NES. If you have played, and actually enjoy, the NES Metal Gear then this will be absolutely amazing to you. I thought the NES games were trash, and this game is gold. The first time that this game was released in North America was with the PS2 version of Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence.

In Metal Gear you play as Solid Snake on his very first mission. That's right, he's as green as Meryl was in Metal Gear Solid and as green as Raiden was in Metal Gear Solid 2. You are tasked with infiltrating Outer Heaven in a search and rescue op for your much more experienced team member, Gray Fox. While I won't spoil it, the story was actually mentioned in Metal Gear Solid, so fans of the series should already have an idea of what happened here. The game looks great and the colors are a lot more refined, brighter and vibrant than the dull, boring NES counterpart. The story has the classic twists that Metal Gear has become famous for and it's a very entertaining story during a time when not even many RPG's were known for having major story elements.

Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake

If you are thinking that Snake's Revenge is the NES counterpart of this game, just stop right there. It's not. Snake's Revenge is not Metal Gear cannon and furthermore was publicly denounced by Kojima himself. This is not Snake's Revenge. This is the true sequel to both the red headed step-child that is Metal Gear NES and Metal Gear MSX since they both relatively shared the same story. Again this story was even more touched on in Metal Gear Solid, as that game was this games direct sequel. The joy in playing this game though is to play the events first hand. The standout being the bare-knuckle fight with Gray Fox in the minefield in Zanzibar Land. I had heard about that since the first time I played Metal Gear Solid and had always wanted to go through it. This game has just as good a story as any of the Metal Gear game with just as many twists. It's a great game that should not be passed over by anyone who buys this collection.

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker

This is the PSP follow up to Portable Ops and the second sequel to Snake Eater. In this game you play as Naked Snake who has taken the moniker of Big Boss after the events of Snake Eater. He has quit taking orders from the CIA and has instead opted to create a haven for societies dejected soldiers after their countries no longer need them once the conflicts they were trained to resolve are over. This is Big Boss creating Outer Heaven, that should be enough to give any Metal Gear fan reading this goosebumps. The story has familiar faces, most notably is Master Miller (Kazuhira or Kaz). Big Boss is still uneasy about how things ended in Snake Eater in reference to his former mentor the Boss. These unresolved feelings, and his previous actions, shape who he will become and his stance on military as it relates to being used as a tool for politicians instead of serving the soldier's own ends. It's a remarkable story, and the Boss' views are fascinating, and they clearly rub off on Big Boss.

The game was designed for the PSP, and while it does look good, it doesn't look as good as Metal Gear Solid 2 or 3.

The game centers around Big Boss completing missions and recruiting soldiers and scientists for Outer Heaven. So not only do you complete missions but you are also responsible for making sure that Outer Heaven is stocked with food, medical supplies and doctors, scientists and enough soldiers to defend it.

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty/Substance

The PS2 sequel to one of the most influential games from the PSOne. Marked as a disappointment by some with a convoluted story and a confusing ending, but still a masterpiece of stealth gameplay. The first time in the series that you are given non lethal means to drop your foes. You can knock them out, or tranquilize them. Depending on the difficulty you are playing on, tranqs will keep them out forever. The higher the difficulty the less time you get with tranqs.

The Raiden conundrum: A lot of people express a complete and outright hatred for Raiden. While I was just as surprised as everyone else when I got control of this wispy-haired, soft-spoken "hero" I eventually grew to like Raiden and even respect his perspective. This is easier for the American audience as there wasn't any way to really relate to Snake other than just being in awe of his prowess and his views which were shaped by his previous two missions. Now we get to see Snake from another perspective, through this rookie's eyes. We get to feel Snake as a mentor taking Raiden through the ropes during his mission. Helping him along and being there when he needs backup.

This game provided a lot of different gameplay aspects like getting rid of bodies, shadows effecting sneaking, jumping/hanging from rails. It also tried to get the player to be less dependent on the radar. As you have to find the node in each of the Big Shell sections before you can use the radar.

Ocelot returns as the main villain here being the only surviving member of Foxhound from Shadow Moses (Metal Gear Solid), and this is where he took off as one of the best characters that Metal Gear has produced. This game has a lot of memorable moments, but none so much as Raiden fending off nearly 25 Metal Gear Ray units near the end of the game (depending on difficulty, higher difficulty, more Ray units). It's a spectacular scene. This game also sets the stage for Metal Gear Solid 4 on PS3.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater/Subsistence

We come to it at last, the great game of our time. This is my absolute favorite game of all time. Never has an ending of a book, movie, game or anything else effected me as much as this game did. I was actually choked up and had a tear welling up in my eye. It was incredible. I had no idea that characters could be cared about this much, but Kojima found a way. None of his characters are ever disposable, but this game took character development to a whole new level. I really can't say enough about just how marvelous this game truly is. If you play no other Metal Gear game, play this one.

Snake Eater follows Naked Snake on his first mission as a Foxhound agent, first Foxhound mission ever, although the unit is just called Fox now, but it's the unit that will become Foxhound. He fails his first mission and is sent in again to not only clear his name and redeem himself but stop a maniacal lunatic from using a top secret weapon to remove Khrushchev from power and take over Russia. It's a great story. There have been story parts before in the Metal Gear game that have taken from real life, but Snake Eater sits so well in factual recorded history for it's time line and world events that transpired that it could be considered history itself.

Another great game with memorable characters and the single best story in the history of video games. Changes to this game are complete removal of the radar as you know it. This isn't about rushing through a game, this is about sitting still and waiting for your moment to make it through the guards to your next objective. The radar you have is crude and takes batteries. Your weapons silencer will wear down and break. You won't get stealth camo in this game, but you can change your clothes and face paint to match your surroundings and blend in better. You have a percentage that will show you how well blended you are. Pretty much anything 80% or above is very hard for the enemy to detect even if they are walking right past you. Guards don't always follow their own walking paths, and they move more determined and with more purpose, seemingly trying to pick out their environment. There is no more cone of visions where you can stand just outside the blue cone and be invisible to the guard. Guards will see you further than ever before in a Metal Gear game. This is a true stealth, espionage experience, so go slow and enjoy it.

I realize that this has been less of a detailed review of each game and more just mentioning the games strong points. These games have all been reviewed. I was just trying to explain to anyone who might be on the fence, or who has heard negative press about titles or to clear up what is in this package.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
brings tears to my eyes....(thank you kojima!) Dec 2 2011
By roy fei hong - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase Fun:   
first off, i'm going to tell you that this is my favorite games series of all time. second, i got this for $29.99 around the "black friday" time period. what a steal!!!

so....3 games on 2 discs...and without a doubt the best collection released top date. MSG 2 is the subsistence edition and MGS 3 is the substance edition. so there's even more great stuff included. MGS peace walker is included also...and is amazing. i almost bought a psp when it came out so i could play it. its amazing! i'm blown away with how classy and true it is to the series...and it has a bunch of rpg type depth with constructing your army, developing equipment and weapons, and building your base. MGS 2&3 are on one disc and the opening menu is pretty neat. it has the control manual and promotional pictures and posters.(smiles...) lets get to some opinionated numbers and straight details.

gameplay - 9.0 - MGS 2&3 play similar with button layouts. but 2 has a set/ lock in position camera and 3 allows you move the camera with the stick. also 2 is on a boat and tanker plant, while 3 is mostly outdoors...but does have its urban moments. now, peace walker plays similar, but also very different than the other two. the cqc system is simple and fun. peace walker is mostly outdoors as well, but like 3 it has its urban moments. all games play great once you get the hang of the controls. (i was rusty playing 2...)

graphics - 8.5 - peace walker was a port from psp, but still looks nice. MGS 2 & 3 aged incredibly well! i was blown away by how gorgeous the opening looked. but those two where ahead of there time graphically. on 3 there is a old nintendo metal gear....it is what it is....pretty fun as well. i'm very please(still) with how wonderful these games look.

music/sound - 8.5 - classic music. classic sound. superior voice acting. still very solid sound. my only issue is that peace walker sounds kind of funny on my tv. not sure why. anyone else having this issue?

multiplayer - ? - i have not yet tried the multiplayer on peace walker. but i've been watching videos for quite awhile on it and it looks incredible! 4 player co-op! MGS 3 does not have its multiplayer modes unfortunately. maybe some future dlc...i would be more happy if they just finished MGS rising...or ported MGS 4 so i could finally play it. (sad)....

value - 10 - with all of the features and games and modes....this is a steal! if you love this series you will be very pleased. i recommend it to anyone and everyone.

i hope this was helpful. if you have any questions, comment and i'll get back to you.

patrick

gt - roy fei hong

Look for similar items by category

Platform for Display: Xbox 360