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Favorite spin-off?

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To keep things simple, let's just define "spin-off" as a Metal Gear game that isn't part of the Kojima's Metal Gear Saga, so basically anything other than the MSX games, numbered Solid games, and Peace Walker.

Personally, I like Ghost Babel and Rising the most. The former is a really impressive GBC game that's also really fun and has amazing music, and Rising is just a really fun hack-and-slash with really good vocal songs.
 

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I haven't gotten around to any of the spinoffs yet, but I'm really looking forward to trying Ac!d. I love tactical games and the idea of a Metal Gear one just sounds awesome, with all the fun references they could hide in the cards and stuff.
 

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My goodness how could no one have said Survive yet? It just looks sooooo fun.

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Ac!d looks pretty fun, and maybe since it's non-canon now, Portable Ops counts as a spinoff, but I'm most interested in seeing what's going on with Raiden in Revengeance. I've been going through all the MGS games, and the whole time I was playing V, I was just thinking how cool it'll be to get past it and move on to Revengeance, haha.
 
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Revengeance is what introduced me to hack-and-slashes and PlatinumGames! It's not without its faults, but it's really really fun! Plus the music is just amazing.

Portable Ops is good too, though I kind of need to replay it. The only thing I can remember from it is Calling to the Night.
 

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