GameStop Prices Metal Gear Solid HD Collection
Do you have half a Benjamin sitting in your pocket that you wouldn’t mind spending on what is essentially the only game I will be picking up this year?
The used games giant GameStop has announced the price point for the game collection and it’s set at a reasonable $49.99. You might notice that this is essentially $10 more than any other HD collection you can find…well I’ll make excuses until I turn blue in the face that the extra cash is completely worth every penny.
Not only are you going to be getting HD remixes of Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3, but you’ll also get the PSP classic Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker that will be much easier to play thanks to the addition of a second analog stick. There’s rumor that if you pick up the set on the PS3 then you will get a download code for the PSN to download the PS1 version of Metal Gear Solid. That’s a hell of a deal for only $50…still I only wished that they would have found a way to get MGS: Twin Snakes ported over from the Gamecube. That game was tits.
The game collection is set to be released sometime this November.
by Alan Smithee
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