Metal Gear Acid 2Robert Workman
The first Metal Gear Acid was a laborious affair, not really doing much for the Metal Gear experience in general as it tried to shift the formula from intense stealth-based maneuvers to card-based battles that ended up dealing out more boredom than expected. But the folks at Konami have done some fine work cleaning up the sequel, with a better gameplay system that involves real-time controls, while involving a good sense of strategic play that the first game sorely needed. The new graphics and 3-D gimmick with the Solid Eye peripheral are nice as well. Metal Gear fans should definitely deal into these cards.
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