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Ten Things That Suck About Metal Gear Solid 4

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319w ago - The initial shock and awe of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots has come and gone, and it's now time to reflect on Hideo Kojima's recently released opus. Though MGS4 is no doubt a stunning game and many would argue evidence for videogames being treated as art, it's by no means perfect.

Having just completed the game and spent some time in Metal Gear Online, I'm here to share my gripes about the game. Being a long-time fan of the MGS series, it's frustrating to see MGS4 turn out the way that it did, but I suppose it is what it is.

Be warned, I don't have any criticisms of the story, but I do discuss the gameplay in each Act of the game, so if you don't want anything spoiled, best to just move on.

1. No reason to be on the Playstation 3

Why is this game on the PS3 again, besides Sony likely throwing a ton of money at Konami to keep it exclusive? It doesn't utilize the Playstation 3's strengths at all. The previously shown SIXAXIS support is nonexistent in the final product, with only one small sequence that uses it, to poor effect at that.

And don't tell me they needed the storage space for Blu-Ray. We all know it was merely an excuse for Kojima to use uncompressed audio throughout the game. Throw some lossy compression at the audio (that 99% of users...
 

ScrewAttack: Top Ten FPS Games Ever!

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319w ago - The most dominant genre in gaming today, Stuttering Craig takes a glimpse at the best of the best... EVER!

Video is courtesy of GameTrailers via ScrewAttack.com:

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Top 10 TVs for playing GTA IV on!

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325w ago - Grand Theft Auto IV is without question the biggest, hottest and most-talked about game of the decade so far. GTA is great because it combines stunning visuals with a totally immersive atmosphere to match any cinematic experience provided at the movies.

That said, if you're playing on a small or old CRT TV, those HD graphics might be totally lost on you. And so, the time might just be about right to upgrade to a shiny new HDTV. Here are our 10 top TVs to consider if you want to take your gaming experience to the next level.

Philips 32PFL7762D

The Xbox 360 and the PS3 are different from any other console ever created. To get the most out of them, they demand you buy a flatscreen TV to take advantage of their HD graphics. For many people, spending £299 on the PS3 GTA IV package is quite enough, so spending more money on an HD TV is out of the question. Or is it? This absolutely stunning LCD TV from Philips could be just what you're looking for. It may not be full HD, but its resolution of 1366 x 768 is perfectly adequate for a 32-inch TV. And frankly, for under £500, this TV is an absolute steal. Read our full review

LG 32LB75

Like the Philips TV above, the LG 32LB75 offers a superb, bright picture, for a bargain price. What's more, this TV was simply born for gaming....
 
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