Celebrating over 30 years of tactical espionage and cardboard boxes
Who needs stealth when you have a sword capable of severing limbs? Platinum's spin-off somehow manages to make the reviled Raiden likeable.
MGS4 is a glorious disaster; a patchwork of disparate levels and indulgent cutscenes. Still, it plays brilliantly, and the ending is hugely moving.
Years before MGS5, the ambitious Peace Walker let you build up your very own Mother Base. It's incredible Kojima managed to squeeze this onto PSP.
It may not have as many classic fourth-wall breaking moments as MGS fans would like, but The Phantom Pain is one of the best open-world games ever.
A dazzling, if divisive blockbuster that shunted Snake out of the limelight in favor of MGS whipping boy Raiden. Still, this is one hell of a stealth game.
Probably the original PlayStation's finest moment, this classic sneaker plays out like a Die Hard-aping 10 hour action film. A seminal stealth classic.
Naked Snake's Cold War sneak 'em-up remains the best game in the series. Bold, somber, and hugely playful, MGS3 is a landmark masterpiece.
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