Official forums and popular publishers call Halo a ground breaking game. As for screen shots of tenchu, I gave you a link that you claim doesn't work. Read through yourself. Tenchu beat MGS to the sneaking and peering around corners.
omg.. this guy is stubborn,
dude MGS1 was earlier than tenchu, infact i had a ps1 with a different chip i could play the newest japanese games and had MGS1 in 1997,
tenchu was in 1998, look at the wiki website you posted yourself,
Official forums and popular publishers call Halo a ground breaking game.
show me links of the forum where they said that, and show me where you asked if MGS1 was innovative and revolutionary, show me their replies
Face it dragon, MGS was just another hyped up game that improved on features around before it's time. Most games are, but that doesn't stop them from being good. Halo is a good example. It is a good game, but there is nothing unique about it. It is just a common place FPS that was both fun and hyped, which made a lot of people like it, and say it was ground breaking, but you and I both know that Halo isn't.
MGS over hyped? oh so euhm.... all the top developers that claimed MGS1 was innovative and revolutionary and thanked MGS1 for their features are hyping up MGS1 right? and HALO is shitty, havent even contributed anything to the gaming scene game features wise,
Dragon, I like how you keep ignoring the fact that most action games have sneaking in them. It just makes you seem all the more dismissive to the truth, which is why you are so ignorant what MGS really is.
as i mentioned it so many times, show me screenshots of games that had exactly the same features MGS1 had before MGs1 came on the ps1, show me,
Your a blind fanboy, and I will stop trying to get you to see the truth. Your to stubborn to accept the truth, and continuing this will only lead to a yu uh nu uh argument. If you fail to see that MGS isn't innovative by now, then you are just a sad sad little boy who can't accept that the game you glorify is nothing more than a common placed good game. No more than Halo, no more than splinter cell, no more than star craft. All good games, but none of them are ground breaking and innovative. If you really do like innovation in your games, then I suggest a wii and DS. you might find some innovation there, but no where else.
example: the russians were the first one went into space,therefore the russian are innovative, i can give you more examples but point is, if someone invented something new, than that someone is innovative,
like MGS1, kojima invented features that werent used in any other games,
"i know you disagree, but you still havent showed me screenshots of games that were before MGS1 and had the same features as MGS1"
so you call me a fanboy and little sad boy? than all the top game developers who said that MGS1 was innovative and revolutionary must be sad little boys/fanboys in your eyes huh!?
If you really do like innovation in your games, then I suggest a wii and DS. you might find some innovation there, but no where else.
lijk i said "waarheid komt altijd boven water" "truth always comes above water" no.. your a fanboy,
i find it funny how you change topics and how your are avoiding facts,
answer this question: so all the game developers and game journalists that said that MGS1 was innovative and revolutionary and changed the gaming scene are "according to you sad boys and fanboys" right? i know you havent said that, but i did said that and you said that i was a sad boy and a fanboy, but if you think the way you think about me, than you must think the same way about all the other top game developers and game journalist's that said the same thing i said,
again pass me screenshots of die hard and syplon filter where you could see the same features MGS1 had, but it has to be a version before MGS1 came out, im sure you can find it on google, if your willing to put allot of effort in denying a true fact, than im sure you dont mind putting effort in finding screenshots of die hard trilogy where you claimed it had breaking necks and wall hugging features,