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Originally Posted by truestorybro545 View Post

What? Inferior stealth game? May I have an example of another stealth series that rivals this other than Splinter Cell? I understand that you may not like it but I wouldn't refer to it as inferior. This series is as stealth as stealth can get. MGS, Splinter Cell, and Thief are, in my opinion, the pinnacle of stealth mechanics.

Scroll up. I haven't really played Splinter Cell, except for a demo for one of the older games on Playstation 2. It also seemed too straightforward.
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PC has the best stealth games... I've just never actually played them.
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Seriously can you hear yourself speak?

IMO MGS4, despite being a bad game overall, is just as deep gameplay wise as Deus Ex, short of the dialogue bits. Tons of guns and parts, and tons of other non-lethal ways to do things.

Also Kiefer Sutherland is not voicing Snake. It's all a ruse. David Hayter is in fact returning for Big Boss' vocal work. But most of the game you play as Grey Fox (Kiefer). Worst kept MGS secret ever lol.

Oh and all those games you mentioned? All available on consoles.Except Thief I believe, could be wrong.

So, another rolleyes for you.

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EDIT: Nope! Thief was also on consoles.

The first two Thief games aren't on consoles. But you don't seem to be aware that it's a franchise. Deus Ex was PC exclusive for two years, Underhell is a PC exclusive. I've played many of them, but not all of them, and the ones I didn't play are all older and probably more simple. Amazing how that was too hard to understand for you.

MGS, for the most part, just consists of sneaking out in the open. They're too straightforward, especially MGS4 which is hardly a stealth game. All of the stealth games I listed before give you a million different paths, not to mention the excellent leveling system with all sorts of abilities and talents found in Deus Ex games and Dishonored. MGS hasn't advanced much since the first two games, but at least MGS5 looks to be trying to bring the franchise to the 21st century.

MGS lets you throw a specific item to distract enemies, the games I listed have a very interactive environment with a ton of object interaction so it's much less limited. You can hide in lockers in MGS, while the games I listed are non-linear and there are a million places to hide.

MGS sometimes provides a vent or two to get somewhere unnoticed, the games I listed have much more, such as entire buildings, sewers, maintenance tunnels, and more (which are all impeccably detailed) so you don't have to directly approach your objective. Want to get to what appears to be an inaccessible area? The games I listed have many of such places, and you can use object interaction and move/stack things to get there. Get off your console and give those games a try, you'll be impressed.
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Ah, hyperbole. The tool of the grossly misinformed.

If by 'millions', you mean 'three, maybe four', then yes, Deus Ex and Thief have 'millions' of routes. But so do MGS3 and 4.

Not that you would know any of this, as you haven't played all of these games, by your own admission. But I've played them all, so it's funny how you're preaching to me when you're the one who should be listening.

I don't care if Deus Ex was an exclusive for a few years, or some titles were missed. All of the franchises you listed featured on consoles.

You also forgot Hitman. I remember playing 2 on Playstation 2 (by the sound of your posts, before your time). Also a great stealth series with plenty of choices that saw a wide platform release.

I also notice you have two quotes in your sig, slagging off some PC titles for being too 'casual'.

Seriously man, get over yourself.
You really haven't got a clue what you're talking about I'm afraid. Some master racers just cannot be educated. Welcome to my ignore list.
Edited by Sannakji - 9/24/13 at 3:56am
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Scroll up. I haven't really played Splinter Cell, except for a demo for one of the older games on Playstation 2. It also seemed too straightforward.

Out of curiosity, what makes MGS inferior? I'm not trying to fight. Just curious to know your opinion.
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Out of curiosity, what makes MGS inferior? I'm not trying to fight. Just curious to know your opinion.

Scroll up again lol. #61

- EDIT: Wow that's a coincidence. Anyone who knows MGS2 should see it too.
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All I get from OP is
"I'm judging a game's quality over a youtube video with horrid compression"
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