History VideoGame / MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater

5th Feb '16 10:41:48 AM PF
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* MuggedForDisguise: Major Raikov; whether he's [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential killed for it]] is up to you. [[spoiler:In a MythologyGag, if you do kill him, he'll be naked in the Sorrow's river battle, shamefully clutching his crotch just like Raiden in ''2''.]]
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* MuggedForDisguise: Major Raikov; whether he's [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential killed for it]] is up to you. [[spoiler:In a MythologyGag, if you do kill him, he'll be naked in the The Sorrow's river battle, shamefully clutching his crotch just like Raiden in ''2''.]]
5th Feb '16 8:48:54 AM Jake18
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* MuggedForDisguise: Major Raikov; whether he's [[DefeatByModesty killed for it]] is up to you. [[spoiler:In a MythologyGag, if you do kill him, he'll be naked in the Sorrow's river battle, shamefully clutching his crotch just like Raiden in ''2''.]]
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* MuggedForDisguise: Major Raikov; whether he's [[DefeatByModesty [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential killed for it]] is up to you. [[spoiler:In a MythologyGag, if you do kill him, he'll be naked in the Sorrow's river battle, shamefully clutching his crotch just like Raiden in ''2''.]]
1st Feb '16 7:31:49 AM snake300
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->''"[[UndyingLoyalty I raised you.]] [[BadassFamily I loved you.]] [[TrainingFromHell I've given you weapons,]] [[AlmightyMom taught you techniques,]] [[ToughLove endowed you with knowledge.]] There is nothing more for me to give you. All that's left for you to take, is my life, by your own hand. One must die, and one must live. No victory, no defeat. The survivor will carry on the fight. It is our destiny... The one who survives [[YouKillItYouBoughtIt will inherit the title of Boss]]. And the one who inherits the title of Boss will face an existence of endless battle."''
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->''"[[UndyingLoyalty ->''"[[BadassFamily I raised you.]] [[BadassFamily [[UndyingLoyalty I loved you.]] [[TrainingFromHell I've given you weapons,]] [[AlmightyMom taught you techniques,]] [[ToughLove endowed you with knowledge.]] There is nothing more for me to give you. All that's left for you to take, is my life, by your own hand. One must die, and one must live. No victory, no defeat. The survivor will carry on the fight. It is our destiny... The one who survives [[YouKillItYouBoughtIt will inherit the title of Boss]]. And the one who inherits the title of Boss will face an existence of endless battle."''
28th Jan '16 4:07:19 PM VampireYoshi
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With its far less convoluted story, fans viewed ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as a return to form. It featured another main character switcheroo, but this time, Kojima Productions eased the pain by replacing Solid Snake with his [[IdenticalGrandson identical progenitor]], Naked Snake. Since it takes place in the defining years of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar, the plot line embraces every spy movie trope in the book -- which includes a ''Film/JamesBond''-esque musical intro sequence. Toss in a truly [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] TwistEnding, four memorable main characters, an amazing sense of level progression, as well as a number of tense and memorable boss fights, and it doesn't take much effort to see why many fans, gamers, and critics alike still think of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as one of, if not the best, game on the {{PlayStation 2}}.
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With its far less convoluted story, fans viewed ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as a return to form. It featured another main character switcheroo, but this time, Kojima Productions eased the pain by replacing Solid Snake with his [[IdenticalGrandson identical progenitor]], progenitor]] (completely justified with Solid already having been revealed as a clone in the first two games), Naked Snake. Since it takes place in the defining years of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar, the plot line embraces every spy movie trope in the book -- which includes a ''Film/JamesBond''-esque musical intro sequence. Toss in a truly [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] TwistEnding, four memorable main characters, an amazing sense of level progression, as well as a number of tense and memorable boss fights, and it doesn't take much effort to see why many fans, gamers, and critics alike still think of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as one of, if not the best, game on the {{PlayStation 2}}.
23rd Jan '16 10:15:09 AM youngbond007
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* CameraScrew: The strongest criticism of the original release was directed at the fixed overhead camera, which was essentially unchanged from the first game and was felt to be rather archaic (and didn't really suit the sprawling outdoor environments, in comparison to the rigidly geometric settings of the first two games). This was fixed in ''Subsistence'', which altered the system to use a mobile, player-controlled third person camera.
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* CameraScrew: The strongest criticism of the original release was directed at the fixed overhead camera, which was essentially unchanged from the first game and was felt to be rather archaic (and didn't really suit the sprawling outdoor environments, in comparison to the rigidly geometric settings of the first two games). This was fixed in ''Subsistence'', which altered the system to use a mobile, player-controlled third person camera. It isn't uncommon today to hear players considering the original version unplayable because of the camera.
10th Jan '16 5:25:33 PM youngbond007
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With its far less convoluted story, fans viewed ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as a return to form. It featured another main character switcheroo, but this time, Kojima Productions eased the pain by replacing Solid Snake with his [[IdenticalGrandson identical progenitor]], Naked Snake. Since it takes place in the defining years of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar, the plot line embraces every spy movie trope in the book -- which includes a ''Film/JamesBond''-esque musical intro sequence. Toss in a truly [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] TwistEnding, four memorable main characters, an amazing sense of level progression, as well as a number of tense and memorable boss fights, and it doesn't take much effort to see why many fans still think of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as one of, if not the best, game on the {{PlayStation 2}}.
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With its far less convoluted story, fans viewed ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as a return to form. It featured another main character switcheroo, but this time, Kojima Productions eased the pain by replacing Solid Snake with his [[IdenticalGrandson identical progenitor]], Naked Snake. Since it takes place in the defining years of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar, the plot line embraces every spy movie trope in the book -- which includes a ''Film/JamesBond''-esque musical intro sequence. Toss in a truly [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] TwistEnding, four memorable main characters, an amazing sense of level progression, as well as a number of tense and memorable boss fights, and it doesn't take much effort to see why many fans fans, gamers, and critics alike still think of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as one of, if not the best, game on the {{PlayStation 2}}.
10th Jan '16 5:25:04 PM youngbond007
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With its far less convoluted story, fans viewed ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as a return to form. It featured another main character switcheroo, but this time, Kojima Productions eased the pain by replacing Solid Snake with his [[IdenticalGrandson identical progenitor]], Naked Snake. Since it takes place in the defining years of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar, the plot line embraces every spy movie trope in the book -- which includes a ''Film/JamesBond''-esque musical intro sequence. Toss in a truly [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] TwistEnding, four memorable main characters, an amazing sense of level progression, as well as a number of tense and memorable boss fights, and it doesn't take much effort to see why many fans still think of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as one of the best games on the {{PlayStation 2}}.
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With its far less convoluted story, fans viewed ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as a return to form. It featured another main character switcheroo, but this time, Kojima Productions eased the pain by replacing Solid Snake with his [[IdenticalGrandson identical progenitor]], Naked Snake. Since it takes place in the defining years of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar, the plot line embraces every spy movie trope in the book -- which includes a ''Film/JamesBond''-esque musical intro sequence. Toss in a truly [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] TwistEnding, four memorable main characters, an amazing sense of level progression, as well as a number of tense and memorable boss fights, and it doesn't take much effort to see why many fans still think of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' as one of of, if not the best games best, game on the {{PlayStation 2}}.
10th Jan '16 1:15:17 PM TheAwesomeAutist
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!!"I give my life, not for honor, but for these tropes:"
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!!"I give my life, not for honor, but for these tropes:" !!"I'm still in a dream, Trope Eater:"
29th Nov '15 8:48:34 AM Laqueesha
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In 1962, a Soviet scientist turned Western defector, Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov, ends up back on the other side of the Iron Curtain in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Two years later, American intelligence learns that the Russians have forced Sokolov to create a secret weapon that could turn the Cold War into a blazing hot one. The United States formulates a plan to bring Sokolov back to America: a FOX operative codenamed "Naked Snake" will infiltrate the Soviet Union, rescue Sokolov from a secret weapons lab, then slip out of the country without incident.
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In 1962, a Soviet scientist turned Western defector, Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov, ends up back on the other side of the Iron Curtain in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Two years later, American intelligence learns that the Russians Soviets have forced Sokolov to create a secret weapon that could turn the Cold War into a blazing hot one. The United States formulates a plan to bring Sokolov back to America: a FOX operative codenamed "Naked Snake" will infiltrate the Soviet Union, rescue Sokolov from a secret weapons lab, then slip out of the country without incident.
22nd Nov '15 7:27:39 PM ham-peas
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well, his name will never be known if you don't spell it properly, anyway
** If one calls Major Zero shortly after meeting up with EVA before infiltrating Groznyj Grad via Tikhogornyj, Zero will be holding back tears in regards to the phrase "I'll be your eyes." This is because this phrase was also used by an American spy who worked within GRU, Oleg Pentrovski who was executed in 1963 after he was discovered. Appropriately, his codename was "hero," since he was a hero whose name and accomplishments will never be known.
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** If one calls Major Zero shortly after meeting up with EVA before infiltrating Groznyj Grad via Tikhogornyj, Zero will be holding back tears in regards to the phrase "I'll be your eyes." This is because this phrase was also used by an American spy who worked within GRU, Oleg Pentrovski Penkovskiy, who was discovered and executed in 1963 after he was discovered. 1963. Appropriately, his codename was "hero," since he was a hero whose name and accomplishments will never be known."Hero."
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