15 Great Games That Begin Really Slow

Good in the beginning hours, some games take time before becoming truly great.

Posted By | On 04th, Aug. 2017

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Have you ever heard someone tell you that a game is great but after X number of hours? Some titles suffer from this due to a fairly lackluster beginning in comparison to the rest of the game. But there are others that have some good opening hours that simply take a while to pull you in, hook, line and sinker. Let’s take a look at 15 great games that start out slow but become even better as you go along.

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Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

Metal Gear Solid 3

Remember the Virtuous Mission? Naked Snake was sent in to find Sokolov, a Soviet scientist who developed a powerful weapon (*cough* Metal Gear *cough*). Unfortunately, thanks to The Boss’s betrayal, baddie Volgin was able to re-capture Sokolov and unleash a nuclear weapon on Russia’s populace. All of this sounds cool but honestly, it was a ton of exposition leading up to the actual Operation Snake Eater. It’s to be expected from a Metal Gear Solid title we suppose.


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