May 13th, 2008, 20:21 Posted By: Shrygue
via Computer and Video Games
We've lost count of how many Metal Gear Solid 4 trailers Konami has pumped out, but we don't care. They're all awesome.
The voice we call Trailer Voiceover Man has turned up to provide the commentary for this typically cinematic trailer, in a language we can all understand, for a change.
It talks about the new Big Brother-style technology in the game, and the crisis that Snake faces.
It's a streaming trailer that can be viewed here, though you might have to be patient.
Needless to say, if you're one of those subjecting yourself to a complete MGS4 plot blackout, you probably shouldn't watch the footage.
What you should know, however, is that Official PlayStation Magazine awarded the game a resounding 10/10.
"If you think you've got the measure of the game from the Middle East footage, you couldn't be more wrong," says reviewer Paul Fitzpatrick.
"MGS4 shifts gears constantly, innovating again and again. I can't think of another series that has remained as uncompromisingly true to its creator's vision, and given its 21-year gestation, I doubt even Kojima himself will equal it, whatever individual triumphs follow," he says.
"Ultimately, this is a game for the fans - and should be one. As for Snake? It turns out his last stand really is his finest hour."
So, it's pretty good, then...
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