Its fun like classic metal slug style like 1 2 X
Since 1997 from the first metal slug i was a old school player of this game, am not fan but the game is real fun, but a worst in this game is that each sequel is getting more harder to the impossible level
since metal slug X the fun was over because the other sequel is very very hard and that not fun in my opinion.
metal slug xx is fun like the 90s, specially that ralf and clarck from the characters king of fighter are in the game.
offcurse if you are fan of metal slug series you will like this game specially if you have a freinds to play on co op
about the vehicles, these is alot of new vehicles in this game and the best is a giant Mech
some new weapons are usefull but still the classic weapons are the best
and the story is funny like allways, some enemy soldiers comes from the future to soport the General and first we have to destroy the time machine and destroy the general future tanks
It's too hard for its own good in places, making it far too easy to just exasperatedly credit-feed to see the end, but with a ridiculous amount of practice and ninja skills almost everything is (probably) survivable. Even with all that, though, Metal Slug XX is merely decent enough in its way and little more.
The game is almost universally unforgiving and doesn't seem to want to let the player ease into its world and actually learn. Rather, Metal Slug XX prefers to pummel you with a difficulty that's more unfair than it is legitimately challenging.
A solid entry into the series. The levels are very well designed, while they require some memorisation, they still leave enough room for some improvisation. Besides the standard arcade mode. The game also offers the combat school mode. Combat School consists of a set of challenges a player may undertake to improve his skills at the game and while doing so earn some rewards and unlockables.
Another entry in the ubiquitous run and gun platform series, the format actually works pretty well on the PSP. Nice cartoony graphics, humorous and with a big variety of big guns and bad guys to blast. A little old fashioned but retro gamers will lap it up.
If you are a fan of the Metal Slug series then you will have already bought this game by now, for everyone else, I would recommend it if:
1. You like shmups (bullet hell, run and gun)
2. You like action games
It is probably the most accessible of the Metal Slug games due to the Combat School which allows you to learn the patterns of the bosses quite well in particular (note they are not called bosses, but "Base Assault" if you are looking for them in the menu)
I gave it a 7 as at retail Â£20 could be too high, though I looked online and got it for less than Â£12 which represents great value for money.
Metal Slug XX is a decent game, the gameplay is the same as The Metal Slug Anthology. The graphics are a little improved. The game feels too easy and its also to short. Their are 6 playable characters and 7 playable missions, but the design of the levels feels like they rushed them and in return they made an okay game, it could've been much better.
Easily the worst, most uninspired metal slug so far. Some ugly, blurry backgrounds coupled with nothing new, a botched "remake" job that has it's sprites occasionally be a wrong color with some boring as hell levels that feel they were outsourced to some random dolts. The bosses are easily this game's best feature with their lively appereances, sporting all sorts of surprises and mostly great designs. (being everything the rest of the game isn't.) This "enhanced" version of metal slug 7 adds the worst metal slug announcer (personally) only slightly updated backgrounds that still look like ass, 3 alternate paths with only 1 being clearly visible, and an OP waifu. Don't bother playing unless you want to try the bosses yourself or you're *that* starved for more metal slug, this game should've just been a boss rush.
SummaryChoose between six zany METAL SLUG characters and shoot through seven action-packed levels with varying obstacles, numerous enemies, and diverging paths. Confident players can put their skills to the test by playing more than 70 mission-based trials in "Combat School." With its unmistakable style and personality, nostalgic gameplay, more...