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   *Health depletion for Hind is visually different   *Health depletion for Hind is visually different
 +  *Hind can fly extremely low when looping
   *Wolf i-frames are longer   *Wolf i-frames are longer
   *Vulcan Raven loop does not work!   *Vulcan Raven loop does not work!
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 **PSTV/PSP/PSVITA**  **PSTV/PSP/PSVITA** 
  
-With Fast Disc Speed, Metal Gear Solid on PSP hardware is the fastest way to play the game. Due to the control scheme on PSP, it is not recommended to run it on a PSP. The only viable method to play on PSP is the PSP Go while utilizing the bluetooth controller feature. Even this is not recommended, because connecting a DualShock 3 this way creates latency. PSTV (which is a PSVita in a plastic shell) allows you to connect DualShock 3s or 4s.+With Fast Disc Speed, Metal Gear Solid on PSP hardware is the fastest way to play the game. Due to the control scheme on PSP, it is not recommended to run it on a PSP. The best way to play on a PSP 2K or 3K is to set the analog nub to inventory menus, or else menus become very slow. The most viable method to play on PSP is the PSP Go while utilizing the bluetooth controller feature. Even this is not recommended, because connecting a DualShock 3 this way creates latency. PSTV (which is a PSVita in a plastic shell) allows you to connect DualShock 3s or 4s. 
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 +It has been shown that PSP3K loads slightly faster  than PSTV, but due to the control scheme (losing analog or losing unequip item/weapon) you will likely 
  
 PlayStation TV Menu Operations for disc change and controller change do not count against the In Game Timer. PlayStation TV Menu Operations for disc change and controller change do not count against the In Game Timer.
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 **PS Classic** **PS Classic**
  
-A sorry excuse of emulation compared to PS1 emulation on PC. It runs off the PCSX ReARMed fork, an open source emulator. Apparently, the ROM dump of the 1.0 US version is a [[https://www.reddit.com/r/PlaystationClassic/comments/ac0jc3/a_better_mgs_experience/|bad dump.]] It runs as if it is the PAL version running at 50hz. This is **by far** the worst way to run the game.+A sorry excuse of emulation compared to PS1 emulation on PC. It runs off the PCSX ReARMed fork, an open source emulator. Apparently, the name of the disc files[[https://www.reddit.com/r/PlaystationClassic/comments/ac0jc3/a_better_mgs_experience/|causes issues.]] It runs as if it is the PAL version running at 50hz. This is **by far** the worst way to run the game.
  
 ===Physical=== ===Physical===
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 =====Conclusion===== =====Conclusion=====
  
-The fastest way to play Metal Gear Solid on console is to play the Integral version on a PSTV with Fast Disc Speed enabled. The slowest way to play Metal Gear Solid on console is to play the PAL version on a PS1/PS3, or PSClassic.+The fastest way to play Metal Gear Solid on console is to play the Integral version on a PSTV with Fast Disc Speed enabled. PSPGO may in fact be the fastest way to play, narrowly beating out PSTV, but cannot be confirmed at this time. The slowest way to play Metal Gear Solid on console is to play the PAL version on a PS1/PS3, or PSClassic. 
  
 Speed Order by Region Speed Order by Region
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 Speed Order by Console Speed Order by Console
-  *PSTV/PSP/PSVita FDS+  *PSP/PSVita/PSTV FDS 
   *PS2 FDS   *PS2 FDS
   *PS1/EMU/PS2 SDS   *PS1/EMU/PS2 SDS
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