Then again, I'd also need a PS2 :P. I wonder if it's coming to XBox, and for how much? The Samurai Shodown V for it was a bit of a disappointment, but at least it was only $30.
> It's a pretty decent 3D platformer. I jumped out of Tomb Raider: Legends for
> Xbox 360 and onto the PS2, and I had a lot more fun playing Metal Slug 3D albeit
> with lower quality graphics. The FMV is the best part tho, I know a lot of
> people aren't big fans of FMV but there's enough game content there as well.
> The FMV intro transitions the gamer into the game from identifying well known
> characters in 3D before putting you at the title screen which just reads "Metal
> Slug". Fortunately, unlike the majority of games with FMV which is generally
> intro and ending scenes, there are also FMV cut scenes between levels. The game
> seems very easy so far; much easier than the 2D platformers. All the voice
> acting is in English with Japanese subtitles. For those diehard traditional
> fans, a port of the Sammy Atomiswave Metal Slug 6 is still slated for a July
> 2006 release.
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