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Berserk JAP RPG [NTSC - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Developer: Sammy StudiosPublisher: Sammy Studios Genre(s): Action/Fighting Release Date: October 7th, 2004 (Japan only!) Players supported: 1Final Review Rating (average of press + users): 8.1 out of 10 SCREENSHOTS:GAME DESCRIPTION:Berserk follows the same story as the manga. You're in control of Guts a badass swordsman with the power to induce his rage and go Berserk. In the story you'll also see Griffon, who Guts fought and lost to and Zodd, who Guts will fight early on. Berserk has some excellent cut scenes that really capture the art style of the game. You have some incredibly detailed characters and some good voice talent to compliment it. It is a plus to see that the series made such a seamless transition from manga pages to a full fledged 3D game. The monsters you fight look incredible too. The snow monsters blob out of the ground to surround you and fighting a huge Zodd is incredible.You'll be doing a lot of fighting in Berserk, in fact that is all you'll be doing. Guts can unleash a standard attack with the square button and a heavy attack by pressing triangle. You'll find out quickly that pressing square over and over is the best strategy in the game. Guts will endlessly swing his sword back and forth as long as you keep hitting square. This will be enough to beat most of the enemies and some bosses. While this certainly looks cool, it would have been better if the game had a set combo system. Instead it feels like you don't really have a lot of control over Guts. You're making him slash his sword, but you can't control the direction of the slash. As you rack up kills Guts' berserk meter fills up. By pressing R2 you can use the meter at any time to give Guts increased speed and more damage. When he's under berserk mode Guts can demolish a bunch of enemies at once.Guts has a couple of tools that you can get access to by holding down L1 or L2. The first set are a bunch of weapons. He's got a flamethrower arm, grenades, kunai and a crossbow gun. For the most part the tools are useless. The kunai doesn't actually kill anything and the crossbow gun makes Guts stand in one place so he's left out in the open. The grenades and flame thrower can be useful for taking out groups of enemies. Although, once you use any weapons you have to wait before you can use it again. Both of the useful weapons have a wait time of a couple of minutes, which just makes them worthless. Guts can also call on fairies to give him a defense bonus for a little bit of time or heal his wounds.Berserk also has a really basic level up system for Guts. You increase Guts' attack, rage time, or defense. Although, you'll need a lot of experience to upgrade anything. The main way to get experience is to chain enemies that you're fighting. If you successfully kill monster after monster you'll get a combo bonus. Most of the time, this bonus is much larger than the amount of experience you would get from just killing each enemy individually. The problem with this is that the experience system is set up in such a way that you must sit there and fight the same things for hours if you want to make your character a little bit stronger.Another huge flaw in the game is that there is nothing to do besides fight, fight and fight. Once you clear a set of monsters from a screen, more will immediately spawn in their place. If you're the type of player who stands there to stop and kill everything you'll be waiting forever. Alternatively, you can choose not to fight at all and keep pressing the circle button to run past enemies. As you progress in different chapters you can expect more killing or more dashing away, whatever your gameplay style is. In any event all of this makes Berserk extremely repetitive and pretty boring to play.Boss fights within the levels spice the game up a bit. During a boss fight you're put in an enclosed arena where you go head to head with a huge monster. Guts can use all of his normal attacks and tools to fight. If you successfully parry or block an attack you'll move into a full motion fighti[...]



Aeon Flux [NTSC - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: Majesco Developer: Terminal RealityGenre: ActionRelease Date: November 11, 2005 Players supported: 1 Final Review Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (Good!)SCREENSHOTS:GAME DESCRIPTION:Based on both the MTV Liquid TV animated series and the recent live-action movie, Aeon Flux the videogame is a lot better than most multi-tiered media products - but that only places it in the average category.Aeon Flux is a hot looking, futuristic secret agent babe that has more in common with Batman than James Bond. She's got some wicked moves and an assortment of gadgets at her disposal that she uses to foil enemies, solve puzzles and gain access to platform-style areas. She's as deadly as she is mysterious. If anything, you can say she's seriously misunderstood.There is a storyline here somewhere but it's so convoluted and presented so haphazardly that's it's almost impossible to give it a simple overview. The animated series was an artful, adult, anime production that defied convention. It was sexy, racy, violent and mysterious, often culminating with the death of Aeon at the end of each episode. A lot of things were never fully explained and we were never able to fully explore Aeon as a person. The game attempts to keep this mystery alive but it only succeeds in alienating us from her. Since we are actually playing as her in most levels it would only be appropriate to have a little more insight into her psyche.Bregna is the walled city where Aeon resides. She is involved in a freedom fighting movement against an oppressive government. Her nemesis is one, Trevor Goodchild, whom she alternately hates and loves. Her world is one of animal lust and barbaric violence. Aeon takes no prisoners and while there are information capsules to collect they never explain anything more than what you need to complete the next goal in a mission.Missions are unfocused and never seem to relate to the big picture. You don't always get to play as Aeon and these alternate perspectives do nothing to make things any clearer. I do appreciate the unpredictable nature of the gameplay but I can't help but think it's just too messy and convenient for the writers with all these unresolved issues.With an assortment of moves such as kicks, punches, blocks, jumps, grapples and the ability to run up wall, Aeon is a formidable weapon in and of herself. She has an inventory of gadgets to help her solve puzzles and gain access to restricted areas. She can also hack into weapons systems such as gun turrets and use them against her enemy. The targeting system is automatic and will only lock-on to the enemy you're facing. When confronted by more than a couple of goons this can really spell trouble as you'll have to tap dance around the buttons to ready your weapon, face your enemy and fire. One of Aeon's trademark moves is the Flux which warps time in a bullet-time fashion, slowing down all elements in the game except for your character. This will help you when you're up against multiple enemies.The levels are huge and separated by checkpoints. You can get around using a mini-ball which you steer around challenging courses consisting of high, narrow ledges and ramps. It's a lot like Super Monkey Ball but even more frustrating because you tend to fall off a lot more. There is definitely something afoot with the balancing physics.Some of these futuristic environments don't live up to expectations. I expect a lot more imagination 400 years in the future. The graphics aren't even as good as the decade-old anime series. There's lot of polys and reused low-res textures that make it look like you've already been to some of the new areas. Multiple enemies onscreen contribute to some slowdown and there are lots of repeated phrases.Charlize Theron stars in the film and lends her voice talent to the game. I admire an actor that supports their character through the various mediums. She does a great job as do most of the other actors.There's not much for replay value, although you can play through the game as the various c[...]



Hi ppl,Sorry for not giving you any new games for a long time, but as you probably know I was very busy working on my vB board and just didn't have enough time ;)Like always I ask you to please click on Google Ads for support :)Thank you for your cooperation!DEK THE PIRATEDriver 4: Parallel Lines [PAL- PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: AtariDeveloper: Reflections InteractiveGenre(s): Driving, ActionPlayers supported: 1-8 (Online mode)Release Date: March 15, 2006Final Review Rating (by users): 3.6 out of 5 (Good!)GAME SCREENSHOTS:GAME DESCRIPTION - FULL REVIEW:The comparisons of Driver: Parallel Lines to GTA are unavoidable. This fourth installment of the Driver series is best described as a blend of the two games. It has the familiar Driver mechanics with a GTA-inspired gameplay. There's still a lot of racing but there is plenty to do outside of your vehicle as well.As far as variety goes, developers Reflections Interactive have certainly delivered. I know that there are those purists that would prefer that the series focus on racing, since that's what the premise of the series originally but you can't fault a company for trying something different with a tired concept that may have run it course. There's a lot of money to be made courting the GTA crowd and I would be in there like a dirty shirt myself if I had the option. The developers went out of their way to not make Parallel Lines appear like a GTA rip off, but once you enter into the neighborhood you're going to have to dodge the slings and arrows. At the same time they could have upgraded the Driver engine as the controls and physics are too similar to past games.TK is the star of the show. He's the driver. He makes his living chauffeuring the criminal element to and from jobs. It's New York City in the late 70s and TK is enjoying life in the fast lane. He's got money, babes and all the sex, drugs and rock and roll that one man can handle. He's also in for plenty of action with car chases, shootings and other missions. With the soundtrack from the era including tunes from Bowie to Blondie, the cool fashion of the era and the big muscle cars, the essence of the Seventies is recreated to good effect. But things change. TK is framed and sent up the river for nearly 30 years. It's 2006 when he finally gets released and he's really pissed. I would be too if I went from Alice Cooper to hip hop. Bent on revenge, TK makes it his mission to find those responsible for his incarceration and deal them some long-awaited justice. There is only big story mode in this game. Everything is contained within. It's one huge adventure where there's seldom a dull moment. There are some really difficult missions, some which are all but impossible to complete the first time through. This trial and error style of gameplay is not my favorite but it's more of a side dish than the main course. The developers have a knack for mixing things up. This is evident by the nearly 30-year time span that takes place in the game as TK spends the best years of his life behind bars. When he gets out things are a little different. Although the city remains largely unchanged, the vehicles are fast and lighter. Definitely a big change from the bulky, heavy mastodons of the 70s. You'll notice that the fashion also changes and depending on your age or taste, you'll notice that the music takes a turn for the worse.There are some 80 different vehicles available in this game including cars, trucks, vans, busses, limos, motorcycles and even tractors. All of the vehicles handle exceptionally well. They are incredibly responsive and once you get the hang of powersliding you'll be able to race through the streets and turn corners at top speed. Outrunning the cops, as in previous Driver games is not difficult. Just outdistance them and take a few corners and they'll forget all about you. Since the game is free-roaming you can even take some shortcuts through the parks. For some reason the cops get confounded on grass. The police just don't seem to like to break the l[...]

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The Godfather: The Game [PAL-PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: Electronic ArtsDeveloper: EA Redwood ShoresGenre(s): Action, AdventurePlayers supported: 1Release Date: March 20, 2006Final Review Rating (by users): 8.3 out of 10SCREENSHOTS:SHORT GAME DESCRIPTION:The Godfather will offer gamers countless choices for solving the family's problems with brutal violence, skillful diplomacy, or a cunning mixture of both. From mob hits and bank heists to drive-bys and extortion, step deep inside the world of The Godfather where intimidation and negotiation are your tickets to the top.Players will use their powers of loyalty and fear to earn respect through interactions with characters in the world. Decisions made by the player in the game will have lasting consequences, just as it was in the mob underworld featured in The Godfather fiction.Install Instructions: Unpack archives, burn the .ISO and play!Download here (2,02GB compressed, unpacks up to 3,62GB): PASSWORD: cropirate2006.blogspot.comEverything tested and 100% works! :)EnJoY!!! ;)DEK THE PIRATE 2006 (PS2 WareZ GOD)[...]



Like I promised to you guys on various forums here is the last limited edition rare bonus movie disc of Metal Gear Solid 3 :)Metal Gear Solid 3 Existence Disc 3 [USA - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: KonamiDeveloper: Kojima ProductionsRelease Date: 03/14/2006Genre: Action - StealthMultiplayer mode supported? Yes, playable onlineTotal Number of Discs 3: DISC 1: SUBSISTENCE {single player} DISC 2: PERSISTENCE {includes multiplayer mode and extras} BONUS DISC 3: EXISTENCE {movie disc}This is the bonus dvd for Metal Gear Solid 3 Subsistence, only included with the Limited Edition.Its a movie theater disc which contains extra scenes for the game that fill plot holes for mgs2/mgs4..Install Instructions: Unpack archives, burn the .ISO and play!Download (4,13GB compressed, unpacks up to 4,32GB): PASSWORD: cropirate2006.blogspot.comEverything verified, tested & fully works like always :)EnJoY !!!DEK THE PIRATE 2006 (PS2 WareZ GOD)[...]



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Metal Gear Solid 3 Persistence Disc 2 [USA - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: KonamiDeveloper: Kojima ProductionsRelease Date: 03/14/2006Genre: Action - StealthMultiplayer mode supported? Yes, playable onlineTotal Number of Discs 3:DISC 1: SUBSISTENCE {single player}DISC 2: PERSISTENCE {includes multiplayer mode and extras} BONUS DISC 3: EXISTENCE {movie disc}Install Instructions: Unpack archives, burn the .ISO and play!Download (2,21GB compressed, unpacks up to 2,79GB): PASSWORD:**EDITED**: ADDED MISSING PART #21! SORRY FOR THE INCONVINIENCE!EnJoY !!!DEK THE PIRATE 2006[...]

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Tony Hawks American Wasteland GERMAN [PAL - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: ActivisionDeveloper: Neversoft EntertainmentGenre: Extreme Sports, SkateboardingPlayers: 8Release Date: October 18, 2005Final Review Score: 8.5 out of 10 (Great!)SCREENSHOTS:IMPORTANT NOTE-PLEASE READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING!!!Dialogues and all other voices are in English, but the subtitles including the gamemenu is in German language), so the game is still somewhat playable..Sorry, but I didn't know about that when I was downloading this off a torrent.GAME DESCRIPTION:No levels. No load times. Just never-ending action that doesn't stop until you leave the game. Tony Hawk's American Wasteland gives you - for the first time ever in aHawk game - the freedom to skate, or bike, throughout a rich, expansive openenvironment. Once you arrive in Los Angeles, the vast city that gave birth to skateculture, the sky's the limit as you progress through the Wasteland story and choose missions that will have you immersed in the action without ever skating the same line twice.New on the board tricks include the Bert slides, Natas spins handstands, and one-footed grinds and manuals. New off the board tricks include wall runs, wall flips, and charged jumps. Choose Board Or Bike: For the first time, you can choose to ride BMX bikes throughout the entire game, with all-new physics, a BMX specific control system and several BMX-specific goals.Customize Like Crazy: Enter and explore dozens of shops in game to customize your gear and your look! Check out skate shops, barbershops, tattoo parlors, and clothing stores as you accomplish goals and earn cash.Install Instructions: Unpack archives, burn the .ISO and play!Download here (2,14GB compressed, unpacks up to 3,24GB): PASSWORD: cropirate2006.blogspot.comEnJoY!!!DEK THE PIRATE 2006[...]

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TOCA Race Driver 3 [PAL - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: CodemastersDeveloper: CodemastersGenre: Racing, DrivingRelease Date: February 21, 2006Players: 8Final Review Score: 8.0 out of 10SCREENSHOTS:GAME DESCRIPTION:TOCA Race Driver 3 takes the variety of motorsport experiences available in"Race Driver 2" and expanding on it even further, so no matter what your taste in racing, you'll find something to suit you. Featuring the British GT championship, series stalwarts the DTM and Aussie V8 Supercars, Sprint Cars, Rallying, and open wheel racing all the way from karts to the BMW Williams Grand Prix Cars, and much more TOCA Race Driver 2006 has something for everyone. Race on tracks from all over the world, take the story-driven "world tour" mode if you want to get straight to where the action is, or for the people wanting the nuts and bolts, take the "Pro Career" mode and work you way up the ladder in different disciplines of motorsport, aiming for the pinnacle of your chosen field.The main crux of the game is the World Tour mode that offers 100 individual championships covering 35 different racing disciplines. What that means in practice is that you can pretty much race any car you’ve ever imagined including open wheel, stock cars, GT, historic, off-road, rally, supertrucks, go-karts, and even Off Road Monster Trucks.In game and you have the choice of manipulating your cars performance, or just getting on with racing and the thing we love the most about Toca Race Driver 3 is the approachability of it all. While we could have spent a good 10 to 15 minutes prepping our car before racing we could also just get on with racing.Purists will be pleased to hear that the cars handle differently depending on whatyou are driving and likewise driving on the verge will have an adverse affect also.If it’s not the scenery that affects your driving the damage on the car certainlywill. In one race we were racing cars started whizzing past us only for us to hearmoments later we’d damaged our gearbox in a collusion just moments before.When it comes to graphics they are good, but perhaps not as good as GT4, but then the racing and speed more than makes up for it. Additionally you don’t have to work your way through that annoying driving lesson mission before you start either.There's also standard split-screen multiplayer, system link play, and online on allversions of the game. The PS2 version we tested only supports eight players online, but the players of the PC and Xbox versions will be able to play a further 4 players bringing the total to 12.Download here (2,24GB compressed, unpacks up to 4,37GB):[...]

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Outrun 2006: Coast 2 Coast [PS2 DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: SegaDeveloper: SegaGenre: Arcade RacingNumber of Players: 1-6Release Date: Out Now!TECHNICAL INFO:VideoWidescreen60HZProgressive ScanSoundStereoOnline PlayPlayers Per System (Max 1 Players)ScoreboardsSCREENSHOTS:GAME DESCRIPTION:It's strange how certain games are tied to a system so tightly that you don't believe they'll ever work on anything else. Outrun 2 is such a game, with fans swearing blind that it could never work as well as it does on the Xbox. So, when SEGA announced OutRun 2006: Cost 2 Coast for The PS2, Xbox and PSP (plus the PC) the news was met with much scepticism. Well, it's time to start believing as OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast might just be the best arcade racer available on all three systems.Once again in the hands of the supremely capable Sumo Digital(OutRun 2 on Xbox, Virtua Tennis on PSP), Coast 2 Coast is basically OutRun 2 superfied: it's like every OutRun 2 fan's dream come true. What you get is the full arcade version of OutRun 2, the full arcade version of OutRun 2 SP, an impressive challenge mode, online play, tons of unlockables... I think you get the idea. There's a lot crammed into this game.On the gameplay side of things the biggest change is the newly introduced slipstreaming. By tailing opponents or other traffic you gain extra speed, propelling your car past your rivals. This has been implemented across the game modes, and while long-time fans may argue that it spoils the game, I found it to be an excellent addition to the arcade-style racing. Everything else is pretty much as it was, but when it was so good before, there really wasn't any point in changing it. If any game handles powersliding better than this, please let me know.The core game mode is undoubtedly Coast 2 Coast. This is a series of skill-based challenges and quirky mini-game-esque scenarios. Flagman challenges test your driving skill, asking you to beat rivals in straight out races or slipstream and drift challenges. Girlfriend challenges make up the other part of the Coast 2 Coast mode and they're an altogether different kettle of fish. You drive through a complete course as you would in the arcade game, but each section is peppered with challenges, such as avoiding alien abduction, smashing into a certain number of cars, overtaking challenges and more. Once you've completed a stage you can select it again from the menu to try and achieve that elusive AAA ranking.... each section is peppered with challenges, such as avoiding alien abduction...While simply throwing your Ferrari sideways around a corner is reason enough to keep playing, the reward system in the game is worth equal praise. Whether you're playing for fun or attempting a new high-score, you earn OutRun miles. Every single moment you spend on the road is worth something, even if you restart a challenge or quit before the end. It's a brilliant system and makes playing the game even more worthwhile.You're obviously not earning all these miles for nothing, and Sumo has included a shop full of goodies to tempt you. After a few hours with the game you'll have enough miles to gorge on a few items, with Ferraris, courses, challenges and extra music all available. The system works perfectly for everyone as it doesn't restrict the unlockables to the experienced players and adds an addictive 'just one more race' quality.The final piece to the puzzle is online play. Sumo has done an excellent job here too, with full online play for up to six players, online scoreboards, plenty of game settings and a friends list available in every version of the game. Again, the PSP version just feels more special, being able [...]



24: The Game [PS2 DVD] [rapidshare] PUBLISHER: 2K GamesDEVELOPER: SCE Studios CambridgeGENRE(S): Third-Person Action, AdventurePLAYERS: 1ESRB RATING: M (Mature)RELEASE DATE: February 28, 2006Final Review Score: 3.0 out of 5.0 (Good)SCREENSHOTS:GAME DESCRIPTION:24: The Game is set between seasons two and three and provides the answers to many unanswered questions: who was really behind the assassination attempt on President Palmer? How did Kim Bauer get a job in the L.A. CTU?How did Jack Bauer and Chase Edmunds first start working together?The game has jaw-dropping revelations for '24' fans and thrilling, non-stop time-pressure gameplay. 24: The Game has multiple character plots and strands and over 100 missions covering multiple genres of game-play including: on-foot sections with shooting, stealth, puzzles and sniping; driving challenges varying from stealthy tailing to high-speed pursuits; interrogations where you have to coerce information out of suspects and gadget sections including decoding information and examining satellite images.Pros:- Nails the series look and feel.- Good plot.- You are Jack Bauer.Cons:- Enemy AI is daft.- Driving sections are incredibly bad.- Poor replayability.Install Instructions: Unpack arhives, burn the .ISO and play!Download here (3GB compressed, unpacks up to 4,24GB): PASSWORD: cropirate2006.blogspot.comEnJoY!!![...]



Kingdom Hearts 2 [USA - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: Square EnixDeveloper: Square EnixRelease Date: 03/28/2006Genre: 3rd person action, RPGGame rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 (Great!)SCREENSHOTS:GAME DESCRIPTION:When Disney and Final Fantasy combine like Voltron as they did originally in Kingdom Hearts, and now with Kingdom Hearts II, what we arrive at isn't a giant robot, but a living, breathing fairy tale in the purest sense. In this tale, the magic and wonder from Disney's pantheon of worlds and characters are merged with the interactivity and excitement of an epic Square Enix role-playing adventure. The result, in theory, may seem contrived or overly convoluted.But it works. And it works beautifully. Kingdom Hearts II is one of the best games you'll play this year.If you haven't played the original Kingdom Hearts for the PlayStation 2 and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for the GBA, you're not going to understand much of the storyline. And if you're like me, and you've played both games, you still won't understand some of what goes on. This appears intentional. Director Tetsuya Nomura's team has done some incredible things with the franchise, but an easy to decipher storyline is pretty far down on the list.The basic premise of the game is that Sora is wielder of the keyblade, a magical weapon with incredible power that can unlock gates to other worlds, and as such can be used to travel between alternate realities. These alternate realities include the Disney worlds we've seen in film, such as The Nightmare Before Christmas's Halloween Town, and Winnie the Pooh's 100 Acre Wood. You'll spend an hour or more righting wrongs and helping out the hero from each particular world and then move on to the next fantasy land that needs assistance, as you search for answers, your missing friends, and the wise King Mickey. Pros:Gorgeous graphics; excellent soundtrack and voice acting;deeper combat system; perfect blend of the Final Fantasy and Disney universes.Cons:Music isn't as catchy as in the original Kingdom Hearts; camera issues; youneed to play the previous games to make sense of the insane storyline.GAME FEATURES:* Explore both new and familiar worlds from Kingdom Hearts,plus new Disney worlds to the Kingdom Hearts franchise,such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Beauty and the Beast and Mulan* A more advanced battle system that allows for a wider range of commands, powerful new combos, and cooperative attacks with members of your party, introducing another layer of strategy* All-new Drive command that lets Sora change into a variety of new forms,altering his skills and abilities* A revamped camera system that keeps you in the middle of the action* New transportation system that takes Sora and friends from world to world inthe style of theme park ridesDownload here (2,63GB compressed, unpacks up to 3,69GB):[...]



Metal Gear Solid 3 Subsistence Disc 1 [USA - PS2DVD] [rapidshare]Publisher: Konami Developer: Kojima ProductionsRelease Date: 03/14/2006 Genre: Action - StealthMultiplayer mode supported? Yes, playable online Total Number of Discs 3:DISC 1: SUBSISTENCE {single player}DISC 2: PERSISTENCE {includes multiplayer mode and extras}BONUS DISC 3: EXISTENCE {movie disc} Final Review Score: 9.0 out of 10 Screenshots:GAME DESCRIPTION: Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence is the enhanced edition of the smash-hit action game Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, including all-new game modes such as the long-awaited addition of online gameplay, new duel mode, different camera perspectives, a demo theater mode and the original Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake games. Subsistence will draw gamers deeper into the world of Metal Gear Solid 3, with its immersive new content and action-packed gameplay. "Call Me Snake..." The core single-player experience of MGS3: Subsistence is not radically different from that of MGS3: Snake Eater. You'll notice a few tweaks here and there -- there are now two new difficulty levels, "Super Easy" and "European Extreme" -- but the overall experience is the same. That's a good thing, as Metal Gear Solid 3 still stands as one of the top action games of all time. The most noticeable change in the single-player game is the new dual-analog stick camera system. It's a definitely improvement, particularly for players used to more modern action games like SOCOM and Halo. Kojima didn't forget about old-school fans, though, and the traditional top-down camera view is still available. As a whole, the controls feel tight and responsive, and have evolved by leaps and bounds since the early days of the first MGS on the PlayStation. The first-person shooting elements feel slick, though it can be clumsy to rapidly draw a bead on multiple opponents. Black Mamba In a series that has so far included giant walking nuclear tanks and computer simulations masquerading as reality, MGS3 sometimes seems downright bizarre. One boss character shoots lightning from his fingertips; another controls swarms of hornets. The characters and scenarios might seem over-the-top, but there's no denying the skill and flair of the MGS3 design team. Even the Hollywood-style cinemas, which weigh in at ten minutes or more at a stretch, are uncommonly fascinating. Melodramatic or not, this is one game with style to spare. As in the original game, the visuals in Subsistence are stunning. From the truly cinematic in-game movies to the actually gameplay, MGS3: Subsistence is truly one of the best-looking games on the market. Only some slightly boxy-looking designs detract from the sense of really slogging through a vast jungle. The glossy soundtrack keeps the tension running high, oscillating between urgent staccato beats and shrieking action anthems. The voice acting is predictably professional, though the windbag dialogue and dramatic grandstanding will definitely make you cringe from time to time. Then again, fans will recognize the corny dialogue as quintessential Kojima.Install Instructions: Unpack archives, burn the .ISO and play!Download (3,29GB compressed, unpacks up to 4,35GB):[...]