Metal Gear Solid Touch

Metal Gear Solid Touch is a third person shooter video game that is developed for the iPhone OS and the iPod Touch. The game is available in the single player mode and is a part of the Metal Gear series. It was developed by Kojina Productions and published by Konami. It is new on the video game market, with the release date being March 18 2009 in North America, Europe and Australia.

The stages are derived from Metal Gear Solid 4 and there are missions that will need completion. The multitouch function of the iPhone will be your input method for playing this game. You move your finger across the screen when you want to fire, aim and tap. If you want to avoid enemy fire and look for cover, you simply remove your fingers off the screen. If you want to shoot using the sniper rifle, you can either shift your fingers together to zoom in or shift then apart to zoom out.

When your mission ends, you are awarded a rank that is based on your performance. The better you are at the game, the higher the ranking that you are going to get. A high ranking will also give you more Debrin points that you can use to buy iPhone character wallpapers among other rewards. A certain number of soldiers that you are meant to kill characterize each mission. You can only proceed to the next mission after you have eliminated the specified number of enemies.
For example, they may require you to kill 30 soldiers in the first level before you can move up to the next mission. Be careful not to shoot targets that are friendly, as you will be penalized for it. The targets are meant to distract you and slow you down so stay alert.

Enemies that you are meant to kill include Haven Troopers, hostile PMC soldiers and Gekkos. Features in this game include instances where you get involved in what are called Boss fights where you will be fighting with a boss from the Metal Gear Solid 4 story. For example in this game, you will fight the likes of the Laughing Octopus. Metal Gear Solid Touch has eight extra levels that include four boss battles like the screaming mantis. The game also covers the story as from the arrival to Shadow Moses Island up until the final showdown with Liquid Ocelot.

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  1. As highly anticipated and acclaimed as the PS3 version of this game was, I was expecting more from Metal Gear Solid Touch. While it does deliver the classic Metal Gear art style, it lacks in actual gameplay. Basically a themed and graphically enhanced shooting gallery. Fans of the series may have fun with it, but a player looking for depth and content would be better off spending their money elsewhere. I’d give Metal Gear Solid touch a 2.5/5.

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