CGRundertow METAL GEAR SOLID: VR MISSIONS for PlayStation Video Game Review

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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Metal Gear Solid VR Missions, developed and published by Konami. First released as an expansion that came with the PlayStation cornerstone title Metal Gear Solid, VR Missions is over 300 mini-levels that will test your mettle in tactical espionage action as you control Solid Snake as you sneak and shoot your way through a plethora of guards, cameras, and other obstacles. This video game review features video gameplay footage of Metal Gear Solid VR Missions and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s Eric.

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50 thoughts on “CGRundertow METAL GEAR SOLID: VR MISSIONS for PlayStation Video Game Review”

  1. Aside from VR Missions, I can't decide which game I like the least. I love them all so much. That said, I do still like VR missions a lot, just not anywhere near the other games.

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  2. The CGRUndertow reviewers are terrible writers and generally terrible at the games they review. The only thing they have going for them is that they've reviewed a wide spectrum of games.

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  3. @redsoxfan1984 'Cause Mark already made a review out of it, it's in the suggestions and I guess you're right, he would've said something like "Our Boss" or something like that.

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  4. @filipeflower You should try it, it's a great game! But the sequel is even better, because they added more advanced tools that give you the capabilities to make nearly any type of game. Plus, all the levels, materials, objects, and such carry over from the first game!

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  5. @filipeflower LittleBigPlanet (LBP) is a 2.5D platforming game for the PlayStation 3 where you build your own levels as well as play ones that others have uploaded to the game's servers. When making levels, you can use different materials to make the walls, floors, and anything else. Some of them come in extra downloadable content packs for a small cost. One of these packs is the Metal gear Solid pack, which includes materials that resemble the walls in the VR training game.

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  6. C'mon, it looks like he spent about 10 minutes on the game, and looked up additional info on wikipedia, or something. I always thought CGR was a reliable review show. Not this crap…. notice how he didn't know that the Nikita missiles could be viewed in first person, and that he didn't even show any advanced weapon missions. I don't expect them to fully complete the game, at the haste they release these reviews, but c'mon, at least get the feel of the game.

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  7. @almhim this isnt the second disc the second disc is the second part of game MGS1 u switch to it the first time you go to the blast furnace this was a third disc that was included with japan released MGS integral
    it was released separate in the US under the name VR missions and in europe as MGS special missions altho with the euro one u need mgs1

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  8. @WebVMan Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't a second package of VR Missions included in MGS2:Substance? No "create-a-mission", but still, had like 500 missions + "snake tales"…. and that skate boarding mini-game. XD

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  9. @NewWorldTurboChampII I´m assuming you ask who Kyle Reese is.He was the Main character in the Terminator movie, the dude who travelled back in time to warn and protect Sarah Connor.if you have never seen the Terminator you should right now, and then the even better sequel.

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