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Sneak King

Game Description: The game is Sneak King, and the object is surprise. Now's your chance to step into the royal shoes of the King himself as you silently unleash hot sandwiches on the hungry citizens of this famished world. All of your covert gaming skills will be put to the test as you take on the role of the slickest sneaker on the planet: The Sneak King. 

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence – Review

'd intended to review Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (MGS3) when it originally came out. A longtime fan of the series, I was interested to see what Kojima would do with a prequel. I found myself oddly underwhelmed by the game. As attractive as the graphics were, and no matter how polished the mechanics, playing the game left me cold. It wasn't any mystery why, either—frankly, half a decade after certain camera problems presented themselves in Metal Gear Solid (MGS), I didn't understand why I still had to spend ten hours worth of gameplay fighting to see what was going on around me.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language, Sexual Themes

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

Game Description: Metal Gear 3: Subsistence is a PS2 exclusive that redefines the classic stealth gaming experience. It's got all-new game modes, including a new online game mode. Choose "Team Battle" or "Snake vs. Enemies" and carry out missions cooperatively or competitively. The new 3rd-person camera controls gives a controllable, low-angle view of the action for a more intense stealth-action experience.

Commandos: Strike Force – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence, Blood

Commandos: Strike Force

Game Description: Europe is at its knees, Germans have reached the English Channel forcing the allies to evacuate. A new force is needed to take the fight back to the enemy. On Churchill's order a new breed of super solider is born. Their objective: to conduct strategic missions, disrupting German operations in advance of the main allied assault force. Commandos: Strike Force takes you right into the heart of the action, as you fight to win the Second World War. You'll take control of the three members of the "Strike Force" unit, each with their own abilities. Use your stealth skills to strike at the heart of the enemy.

Commandos: Strike Force – Review

One of the first things I learned about reviewing videogames was the importance of always reviewing the game I played, rather than the game I would have liked to have played. Every now and then, this is harder to do than it sounds. Sometimes a game is very close to being good, close enough that it almost seems like a tragedy that the developers didn't go the extra mile to make the game just a little bit better—in those cases it becomes nearly impossible to judge the game on its own terms.

Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Strong Language

Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror – Review

If I was to reduce Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror to a mathematical formula, one way of looking at it might be: Sam Fisher + Solid Snake - Distinct Personality = Gabe Logan. However, in terms of gameplay, it might be more like Kill.Switch + (Splinter Cell - stealth) + (Metal Gear - wackiness) + (Action x 2) = Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror.

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