Just completed MGS4...Wow.

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Without a doubt one of the greatest gaming experiences I've ever had, just, wow is all I can say to sum it up. Well, that was a rather pitiful attempt to summarise how I feel but I'm overwhelmed, anyone else finished it yet? I've not put a spoiler warning in the thread title so try and refrain from letting anything slip.

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How long did it take you?


just started act 3, so far its a 10 out of 10.

Geez. I'm still in Act 2.

I'm just going slow, taking it all in.

MGS4 is really a short game in one day you complete it.

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MGS4 is really a short game in one day you complete it.

 Never miss an opportunity to troll huh?

MGS4 is epic. definetly worth IGN's perfect 10s and Famitsu's 40/40.

the identity of the Patriots was F***ing shocking. if you never played MGS3 then you're absolutely F***ed.

So was half the game cutscens?

Longest cutscene?

You should smoke a cigarette.

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