3DS and Vita ports of the game throw away the whole "sensitive pressure buttons" thing, as far as I know.
I played a lot of the Vita ports of MGS2 and MGS3. Can't recall if they utilized pressure-sensitive controls, but they definitely were hampered by the lack of L2 and R2 buttons. You're stuck using the back touch panel instead, and that reaaallly sucks.
Nah, any time not working on healing cancer or reproducing is a waste of time.
But then you're just healing cancer so others can waste their own time, unless they're also healing cancers, or reproducing, which in turn creates more people who waste most of their time, until you run out of cancers to heal and resources for people/reproducers. I'm pretty sure the answer is to just play videogames or whatever. Get drunk?
Illusion of Gaia taught me what scurvy was as a kid.
EDIT: Also I actually am curious to try out the 3DS port of Metal Gear Solid 3. I've heard it plays more like Peace Walker, and I have a New 3DS so I'd be able to use the second analog nub to aim. I've heard the framerate is pretty bad though...
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Life is about survival friendo, not about the house, the kids, the car or money and fame, whatever the typical standards of what counts as "success" in life is and whatever helps you get through the day is fine, provided it's not self-destructive like drugs or anything criminal and everyone's a hero in their own way for being able to make it through the day.
I'd be pretty damn lost without video games, I was never the kind of person who was going to be the average Joe, "gamer" for me is like "biker", it's not just a hobby, it's a way of life, man! and the freedom I feel when sailing through the virtual world is I'm sure comparable to the freedom a biker feels when cruising the open road.