Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions (1999)

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Puzzley action nuggets? Hmm...
31 May 2003 | by (Edinburgh, Scotland) – See all my reviews

While some would complain that MGS contained too much yak and not enough action, Special/ VR Missions suffers from the opposite problem- while it contains 300 subtly crafted, challenging and engaging missions, the lack of a storyline means it's all too easy to decide it's not worth the bother and give up. Which is a pity, as those bitten by the stealth bug will find much to love, from the purity of the weaponless sneaking missions to the joypad-tossing frustration of the Puzzle challenges.

More of an optional add-on pack for completists, its successor (MGS2: Substance) added more variety and a welcome injection of story-based missions.


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