Nintendo GameBoy Color
Released in 2000, Konami made this game to take Snake back to his roots, with extra
gameplay elements from Metal Gear Solid on the first PlayStation console. Its small
size packs a huge punch. The game's graphics are obviously lacking, since it's on
the Game Boy Color, which is pretty much a mini-NES. However, the storyline is amazing.
Ghost Babel puts Solid Snake fighting Metal Gear again, but with twists - just like
the other games! He meets up with the sole survivor of Delta Force, Chris Jenners.
She acts like Meryl from Metal Gear Solid, giving hints, and helping Snake out.
The Levels are vast, and the weapons, are much and the same. The Enemy AI is a bit
lacking, yet fun to mess with. You don't get the normal "What was that noise?" when
you tap on the wall... Instead they end up going the opposite way to investigate
the noise. This makes the game tiresome when you can breeze through the levels with
ease. Puzzles are in this game, from opening up all five rotating doors in a hallway
at once to even a part where you have to be in the box to get around on a series
of conveyor belts, somewhat like Strut E Parcel Room from Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons
of Liberty. Plus, after you're done with the main game, you have a handful of VR
Missions, and even alternative missions that let you play the game again with different
All the same kick ass weapons, a codec, a radar, and a big ass Metal Gear! Pretty
much sticks with the Metal Gear Solid gameplay!
Less detailed graphics than even the older Metal Gear games
Confusing Conveyor Belt levels... did you ever think you'd hate those cardboard
Buy It, its a good game, and its worth the effort. The game looks and runs the
same on the GameBoy Advanced and GBA-Player. Since it's relatively old it will pose
quite a dilemma to find and play legally.
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