Metal Gear Solid 2 Essay

Well, this is something I wanted to do for a while. if you haven't finished the game, it is not a recommended read though since there are a lot of spoilers. Otherwise, please take the time to read it and give some feedback.

It deals with a lot of themes from genetics to AI, in a natural language with no mumbo.jumbo.

Hope you like it.
I played MGS2 and i love it.I think its one of the best games i ever played.Everybody should play this game.It has something too many games don't have...and i don't mean the graphics.I saw the making of too.Kojima is a funny guy!(Makes it really hard to believe that he is behind this game)
Man, the only thing I can tell you is congratulations!

it´s really a great esay. Think you could extend yourself a bit more about the connections found in the MSG and the meme. But, anyway, you can always write a book later. :D

The best thing about this esay is to show ppl that what is usually considered as "low" entertainment and that should never be considered as a mature, adult theme or an intelectual production. Maybe that in 50 yrs or so this industry will have the same respect as the cinema one.

sorry for typos, bad english..


(Edited by Draconar at 8:24 pm on Mar. 15, 2002)
Thanks a lot for taking the time to read it. I really appreciate.

As of now, the essay is complete in its minumum sense. I expresed in all the fields I had in mind while writing it... but it is indeed far from complete in a more general sense. I will try improving it and developing some sections even more, just need some time (I wrote it while I was ill at home for 2 days....)

Later and Thanks for the feedback.

(Edited by Artemio Urbina at 8:31 pm on Mar. 15, 2002)
Quote: from MasterAkumaMatata on 6:18 pm on Mar. 15, 2002

Hope you like it.
I liked it; it was a good read. It reminded me of my Philosophy class back in college.

BTW, I read it because I don't intend to play the game.

My Philosophy classes (not in college though, in highschool), were boring...... although the subjects were alright. I would have liked something like you had then =) I was reading the book "Sofias Verden" (Sofia's world in english?), and would have liked to read that, written that way, a long time ago.