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12845 No. 12845 [Edit]
People like to trash on MGS: Portable Ops a lot but it's actually written by Mikumo Gakuto, who has written series' such as 'Dantalian no Shoka' and 'Asura Cryin''.
Has me interested, but I don't think I could regress to PSP graphics and controls.
>> No. 12847 [Edit]
 
The stock graphics are better than the ps1 MGS and can look just as good as the ps2 games. Do you also refuse to play MGS1 because of the graphics? It was even re-released on ps3 with some minor upgrades. You can also run it on an emulator and up the graphics more if you like. If you run it on an emulator you'd have plenty of freedom to change the control layout by the way.
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>>12847
This. Just use PPSSPP on the GPD XD or GPD Win and voilĂ : portable HD MGS: portable Ops (or Peace Walker)
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>>12847
It's just, I've played the HD remake of Peace Walker and found the controls to be clunky.
I don't have a problem with low graphics, maybe it's just because PW was a PSP game being blown-up to a 40 inch television screen it kind just 'felt' weird.

I don't refuse to play it, if somebody handed it to me I'd play it for sure, I'm just not sure I want to go out of my way to get it only to find out I can't handle the controls.
I don't mean controls as in buttons per se, more the feeling of movement et cetera in-game.

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