Now that most of the fans have completed Metal Gear Solid 4 from head to toe and know all the dialogues by heart, it's time to please ourselves with gameplay videos showcasing the best moments of this already classic fourth and last episode of the Metal Gear Solid saga. More details after the jump.
For today's clips, let's begin with the impressive bike chase of Act 3 - Snake shooting ennemies in bullet-time while riding his mama's Harley is a quite priceless sequence. I don't play very well at the beginning, but it goes better after that.
Second video, the arrival at Shadow Moses nine years after the events of Metal Gear Solid. A nice sequence that should revive the memories and nostlagia of the most hardcore fans.
Third clip, the full infiltration scene of the Outer Heaven deck, performed without a kill nor alarm. Not as easy as it looks !
And finally, the fourth video immortalizes the final fight of the game, a bare-hand duel under the sun concluding the Metal Gear Solid saga in sweat, blood and old men groanings.
More videos will follow later, don't hesitate to write suggestions in the comments if you'd like to see a specific part of the game. Enjoy !
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