Where have all the cowboys gone.

              Let’s get all of the normal complaints out of the way. Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes (MGSGZ) is a $30 demo, Keifer Suterland is not David Hayter and has some gritty vocal shoes to fill, the controls are too streamlined, and the narrative is very loose. All that being said, it was still a short but fun experience with some rough patches here and there. But I’m not just here to talk about my experience with the game, since it is a bit masturbatory to do so and everyone’s experience will differ, but there issome uniqueness to this MGS from previous ones because of the changes in design from sneaking down hallways to sneaking across the playground.

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