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Format: PSP
Sku: 213739185
UPC: 730865600120
UPC 14: 00730865600120
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A Perennial Winning Formula of Over-the-Top Action and Mayhem!
Metal Slug XX for PSP system is the new addition to the famed Metal Slug series that captures all the glory of the arcade experience and more. Classic Metal Slug characters return to take on General Morden and his new and improved Rebel Army. With its unmistakable style and personality, nostalgic gameplay, 70 unlockable missions, and the ability to play with a friend, it is the definitive portable Metal Slug experience, and all for the bargain price of $19.99!

"...hardcore and nostalgic gamers will truly enjoy the game...  CheatCodeCentral.com
"As far as the franchise goes, Metal Slug XX is pretty accessible, and most action-oriented gamers will enjoy it.  WorthPlaying.com

Features

Video Features Arcade Fun Made Portable: The full glory of the Metal Slug arcade experience has been perfectly captured on the PlayStation Portable with signature off-the-wall military "run and gun" gameplay, colorful, cartoony humor and the opportunity to play together with a friend.
Video Features Multiplayer Metal Slug: Get the full Metal Slug experience that recalls the good old days of gaming with your friends when you join up over local wireless to take on missions in 2-player co-op ad hoc mode.
Video Features Play Again and Again: Uncover something new on every playthrough! Choose between 3 difficulty modes and six playable characters that offer unique weapons and attack moves. Seven levels with diverging paths challenge you with different enemies and obstacles. Combat School tests the true Metal Slug fan with 70 mission-based trials that determine military rank.

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GamePro.com 7 of 10
As a gamer that regularly demands innovation from forthcoming IPs, I always feel like a bit of a hypocrite falling back into the familiar gun-toting embrace of SNK Playmore's Metal Slug franchise. Here's a series of games that's hardly altered so much as a pixel since its 1996 arcade cabinet debut and has maintained a substantial fanbase precisely because of it. While the core run-n-gun mechanics have remained largely unchanged since day one, its the off-the-wall humor, colorful characters, inventive weapons, and zany bosses that have earned Metal Slug a special place in the hearts of jaded arcade-dwellers everywhere...Even for a series as consistent as Slug, there's a limit to what can remain unchanged before gamers start feeling just a little bit cheated. Case in point: Metal Slug XX is, more or less, Metal Slug 7; a year-and-a-half old Nintendo DS title stretched to match the PSP's 16:9 widescreen display with a few balancing tweaks, sound effects, and hidden routes thrown in for good measure. Where the original Metal Slug X was essentially a port of Metal Slug 2, X still introduced a bevy of new weapons, vehicles, and enemies -- all of which are now series staples. Metal Slug XX doesn't share its predecessor's innovation, but not for lack of trying; while the swapped weapon spawns and POW positions certainly add some much needed variety into Slug's tired formula, much of Metal Slug XX's single-player mission doesn't bring any new content to the table. Combat School also makes a return from Metal Slug 7, and while it doesn't bring along any new missions or levels, it does offer a new rank to conquer. Again, it's nothing incredibly deep or innovative, but it's nice to have something to come back to after the 40-minute campaign draws to a close...I can't really recommend Metal Slug XX if you're not already an established fan of the franchise, and in all honesty, I have a bit of trouble recommending it if you've already purchased Metal Slug 7. The stretched widescreen is sure to draw ire from fans of the DS iteration, and the five-to-seven second load screens in between areas can occasionally break the flow of the gameplay, but the excellent multiplayer alone is reason enough for a $20 investment in my book. Metal Slug XX isn't the best installment in the long-running series, and it certainly isn't the worst, but it still offers up an enjoyable experience that's perfect in bite-sized blasts -- preferably with a well-armed partner-in-crime at your side. - Will Herring

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Product attributeGame Format:   Sony PSP
Product attributeGame Genre:   Action
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