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Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker - PlayStation Portable Standard Edition

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  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B002BS47TE
  • Product Dimensions: 17.7 x 10.6 x 1.5 cm
  • Release Date: May 25 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,527 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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Stories tell of a legendary solider who once waged war against the world. His name was Naked Snake, a.k.a. Big Boss, and the truth behind this legend will finally be told. The era is the 1970’s . Big Boss had stationed his “Soldiers Without Borders” in Colombia, South America, where he was approached by a visitor from Costa Rica, a “nation without a military”. In the wake of the Cuban Missle Crisis, as Latin America became a key to maintaining the power balance between East and West, Costa Rica had miraculously managed to maintain its peace and neutrality. However, in various regions of the country, a mysterious armed force seemed to be engaging in suspicious activities. Now, to preserve peace in this nation without a military, the “Soldiers Without Borders” move into action. In time, they would be known as the founders of “Outer Heaven”. Forge a new path and live the legend with Metal Gear Solid Peacewalker, the first official Hideo Kojima game on the PSP system.

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Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker is a stealth-action game set between the events of Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops and the original Metal Gear game. Revolving around the continuing early adventures of series centerpiece, Snake, it fleshes out the legend of "Big Boss" in the days following the Cuban Missile Crisis through a deep single player story mode, featuring a new control system and missions offering extensive replay value, as well as extensive and engaging co-op multiplayer options.

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Battle Snake flanked by his crew in Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker
The legend of "Big Boss" continues.
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Two player co-op screen from Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker
2 and 4-player multiplayer co-op.
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Taking on an airbourne boss in Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker
Challenging missions & boss battles.
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Snake in a croutch to avoid enemies in Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker
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Story
Stories tell of a legendary soldier who once waged war against the world. His name was Naked Snake, a.k.a. Big Boss, and the truth behind this legend will finally be told. The era is the 1970’s. Big Boss had stationed his "Soldiers Without Borders" in Colombia, South America, where he was approached by visitors from Costa Rica, a "nation without a military." In the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis, as Latin America became a key to maintaining the power balance between East and West, Costa Rica had miraculously managed to maintain its peace and neutrality. However, in various regions of the country, a mysterious armed force seemed to be engaging in suspicious activities. Now, to preserve peace in this nation without a military, the "Soldiers Without Borders" move into action. In time, they would be known as the founders of "Outer Heaven." Forge a new path and live the legend with Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker, the first official Hideo Kojima game on the PSP system.

Mission-based Gameplay
Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker is a tactical-stealth-action game based around mission based gameplay. Play in single player mode begins with a tutorial in which players square off against Snake himself which serves as a way to familiarize themselves with a control scheme that provides changes as well as improvements over those featured in earlier MGS titles for PSP. These cover both weapons and hand-to-hand combat. In addition, players also gain experience using the controls to chain together moves for maximum impact. Once through with the tutorial players embark on a series of missions, the replaying of which offers new enemy actions, as well as the possibility of new devices and tools. During combat players are able to target specific areas of an enemy's body and performance during each mission is ranked according to elapsed time, number of kills and other criteria.

4-player Co-op Multiplayer
Along with a deep single player mode Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker contains exceptional multiplayer co-op functionality. Co-op action is facilitated via the PSP's local wireless ad-hoc connection and features different types of missions. Missions more dependent on stealth are limited to two-player games, while others--for example, boss battles--are meant for games of up to four players. Players have their choice of different versions of Snake. These not only possess differing appearance, but more importantly, differing strengths. During co-op play players can pull resources by staying within a minimal distance from each other This link is indicated by circles emanating around them. While maintaining this connection resources can be shared, including weapons, supplies and and overall health, indicated by a shared health bar. Players are able to view partner's inventory at a touch of the PSP's left or right face buttons, and when need be can resuscitate a fallen companion. When linked players can also move in unison by virtually tapping your partner's shoulder with a touch of the D-pad and then making your move.

Key Game Features

  • The Latest Title in the Metal Gear Solid Series - A true continuation of the ever-evolving franchise that stood the test of time and started the stealth action genre, Peace Walker is the first title on the PSP system in which mastermind Hideo Kojima has fully taken up the reigns to direct, write, and design the game himself.
  • Extensive Content - Arguably one of the deepest PSP games to be released as Kojima Productions pushes the boundaries of the platform to new levels while blending various game styles together in ways that will captivate and engross both veterans and newcomers to Metal Gear.
  • Proven Gameplay, Story, and More - Fans of the series will enjoy the exhilaration of familiar stealth elements of previous MGS titles and will also be enticed by the new gameplay features making their debut in Peace Walker. Those expecting a typical stealth game will be blown away by the Peace Walker experience. This game is a blend of action RPG elements, RTS elements for a PSP experience like none other. Staying true to Metal Gear form, the entire game experience is woven together by a gripping story which unfolds through the artwork of Yoji Shinkawa and acclaimed comic book artist, Ashley Wood.
  • Unique Online Multiplayer Support - Peace Walker provides up to 4-player co-op gameplay, which is a revolutionary first for the series that introduces the all-new Co-op Ring and "Snake Formation." The Co-op Ring allows gamers to interact and build their camaraderie through the sharing of items, equipment, and life gauges during the heat of battle, while the "Snake Formation" lets one player take the lead so the others can focus on defense.
  • Massive Replay Value - Replaying missions in Peace Walker earns players new stuff and experiences for Snake that can potentially change your experience.



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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Martin on July 16 2010
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I read that the boss battles are so difficult in this game that you are encouraged to play them (co-op) with the help of a friend, but I was able to complete all 33 main missions without help and I'm not the greatest gamer. But I am no stranger to MGS and have played all the games, I even bought a gamecube just to play Twin Snakes, and I think this game is a great addition but possibly not the most accessible. The game has no easy level that I can see and it has a somewhat confusing rpg element.

Throughout the game you use the fulton recovery system, a balloon, to send incapacitated soldiers and released prisoners back to your home base and these people form your team to make your weapons, supply your intelligence and become your army. C4 just doesn't magically appear you have to get your team to make it. So the more team members you have and the smarter they are the better weapons you get. Also, you can send out soldiers and tank divisions to fight battles and bring back rewards, but to get a tank division you are going to have to play the same level where you capture a single tank over and over again until you have enough. That is what is so great about this game you can play the same level 20 times or more and it helps you advance in the game, you get more people and tanks and your weapons get leveled up. That is why this game was 60 hours for me and there are still some extra missions (there are 128 extra missions in this game) that I haven't played may never play.

Another great thing, most missions are about 15 minutes long unless you get killed four times in a row, perfect for when you got a few spare moments. I also liked that the game stopped just before a boss battle so that you could pick the best weapons and gear for the fight/mission. When I had trouble with game I checked the guys on youtube to get a few ideas. Now I can't wait for Metal Gear Solid Rising on the PS3.
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By Andrew J. Watson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Aug. 20 2014
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This game is unbelievable. The duration, the controls, the graphics, the beautifully hand drawn cut scenes, the story, the outside of game micromanagement + tactical battles, the reference to Dr. Strangelove - this game is really one of a kind. There is so much game jam packed into this one umd that you will forget that you own any others. I am new to the MGS franchise, however, this game was a great gateway offering optional but extremely effective tutorials for every control and mechanic in the game (there's a lot). So with this game, you get the best "sneak" title out for the psp - enemies spotting you is consistent and fair, you have an insane amount of gadgets and weapons at your disposal, and the game just looks stunning. Now in between missions, you also have a side "strategy" game, where hostiles you captured from the previous mission will joint your team; either as combat, r&d, intel, health care, or mess hall - of course, those who aren't willing to cooperate straight away are thrown into the Briggs until they break. The more soldiers you add to a "team", the higher the teams level. For instance, invest a lot into R&D and expect to unlock some new guns, silencers, smoke grenades and so much more. However, actually building these technologies will requires you to spend points you earn from missions (there better your mission rating the more points you have) What do combat units do? You can send squads of 8 (which includes any Mechs you have captured in missions) out to fight their own war, and if they win they gain experience and also will bring back supplies. This mechanic is extremely addictive, as after 2 hours of play I will find myself playing another mission just to improve the health and strength of some of my combat units.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joel Andrews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Aug. 9 2010
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The graphics are amazing on the PSP version of this! If you are a fan of the Metal Gear series, you will not be disappointed with this one!
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Great game. I'm a good 4-5 years late to the party (wanted to be caught up before Phantom Pain) but I'm still impressed at what they managed on the PSP.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Graham Clark on July 20 2010
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I have been waiting quite a while for this game to come out. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots was without a doubt one of the WORST games I have ever played. It almost killed the entire Metel Gear franchise for me. When I first heard about Peace Walker I thought I'd give it a try. Much to my relief it is a real good game. The setting is great. The jungles reminded me of Snake Eater, one of the best Metal Gear games. The plot is well written and script well acted. The in-game graphics are great for a handheld system. The cutscenes are cool as weel. They are presented in a comicbook style. Although I didnt care much for that at first, it grew on me after a while. Peace Walker is a bit less linear then other Metal Gear games. The games is played in missions that you can go back and play anytime you want, either by yourself, or in co-op mode. I never play games online, but I can assume that the addition of online play is exiting for those who do. The controls are good-for the most part. The only problem I had was with the camera. to move the camera you have to use the X,Square,O,Triangle buttons. It's not that bad when you are sneaking, but in the middle of a fire-fight, it can be frustrating. The boss fights can take quite a while- but isn't that to be expected from a Metal Gear game? Just be sure to bring lots of ammo. Peace Walker is a great, fun experience and definatly makes up for how bad Guns of the Patriots was.
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