Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

2004
Action
Adventure
In the third installment in the Metal Gear Solid series, you reprise your role as Solid Snake, an elite tactical soldier. This time, you are sent on a dangerous mission to both infiltrate enemy territory and uncover the secrets behind a newly created weapon of mass destruction. Survival within the jungle environments and its unpredictable settings requires basic animal instincts, as well as advanced combat and hunting skills.
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Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

2004
Action
Adventure
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Avg Percentile 75.95% from 219 total ratings

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Rated 16 Jan 2018
100
100th
I dont cry at weddings but I got a little misty eyed at that salute. People dont invite me to their weddings,
Rated 25 Feb 2018
85
64th
Bad camera and the controls are begging to be updated... but what a thrill.
Rated 01 Jul 2018
95
92nd
MGS 3: Subsistence rating.
Rated 05 Feb 2018
8
84th
The camera is terrible and almost ruined the game, but fortunately the Subsistence edition fixes this. It's not hard to see why it's considered the pinnacle of the franchise, even though I don't share that sentiment - I did not care for The Boss at all, and found her big twist incredibly contrived. Volgin was too generic of an "evil big bad" too. But on the plus side it has the most likable supporting cast of the series.
Rated 01 Oct 2018
100
99th
Arguably the best MGS but it's not my favourite. They enhanced everything great about the series and before 5 came out it was probably the best from strictly a gameplay perspective. 4 is still my baby because of the story but this came close to it in a lot of ways. Switching out your camo was a little tedious but it still added a lot, the story was brilliant, amazing boss battles... basically just did everything that makes the series fantastic.
Rated 31 Jan 2018
92
96th
The story is pretty dumb, but goddamn was this game creative in its gameplay and boss fights. While it doesn't quite feel like past games, the atmosphere is terrific and there is a lot of ways you can fuck with the guards or get past obstacles. Although The Boss' motivations are convoluted and asinine, the cast is likable and full of personality. Even The Boss herself is a cool villain, despite her non-sensical intentions. MGS3 deserves its status as one of the best games in the PS2 era.
Rated 13 Jan 2018
98
98th
a tonal masterpiece, to say nothing of its achievements in gameplay. whether this is better than Sons of Liberty depends entirely on your propensity for post-modern masturbatory indulgence (I adore it) but as a crowd pleaser, little challenges Snake Eater. the ending is a bombshell, and it's a shame the series didn't conclude with that salute. it says everything that needed to be said.
Rated 16 Jan 2018
98
98th
Probably my favorite Metal Gear game, love the setting and story so much
Rated 12 Aug 2018
76
98th
#7 Best by Average Percentile on Criticker
Rated 13 Jan 2018
96
99th
Looked great, the setting was perfect and the boss battles were comfortably the best in the series. It's full of all the usual nonsensical jabberings that make any Metal Gear game so enjoyable too. Sits only just behind MGS as the series highpoint.
Rated 09 Mar 2018
98
84th
Spoiler - The sniper showdown was one of my finest moments in gaming.
Rated 30 Jan 2018
65
58th
The cutscenes are worse than any David Cage film simulator but the gameplay's good. I really hate the endless cutscenes. Fuck you, Kojima.
Rated 06 May 2020
70
71st
A thoroughly enjoyable romp, with the great plot, set pieces and wacky characters you'd expect from Kojima. Frustrating controls, especially when it comes to combat, as well as some really hammy acting let it down somewhat, however. (HD Collection version)
Rated 20 Jun 2019
82
89th
It might not quite reach the highs of the first two MGS games in terms of spectacle but it does two things better. First, the gameplay is leaps and bounds better than MGS and Sons of Liberty. Secondly, Snake Eater did something that I never thought an MGS game would make me do: actually give a damn about Snake as a character and get emotionally invested in the batshit crazy side-characters these games are so known for.
Rated 13 Feb 2018
79
12th
Probably the Metal Gear Solid entry I struggled the most to like. Interesting environments, enemies, and of course, that classic MGS storyline, but heavily bogged down by baffling gameplay elements such as the camouflage meter and medical treatment system (painful to use).
Rated 24 Jan 2019
90
80th
Hideo Kojima's tactical espionage game with jungle setting. Amazing sneaking gameplay and cold war theme. MGS Saga starts with Snake Eater, Naked Snake and The Boss. "Loyalty to your country or loyalty to me?" -The Boss circa 1964

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