Twitch Is Playing ‘Metal Gear: Ghost Babel’ through Crowdsourcing; Pretty Decently…

Twitch Is Playing Metal Gear. It's Not Going Well. (Update)

“Metal Gear: Ghost Babel,” the Game Boy Color title that relied on precise timing and expert stealth (as is the case of MOST of the Metal Gear games), is now being played by an anonymous mob of users on Twitch, who can just input random commands at their heart’s content. What could possibly go wrong, you ask? Well, unlike the crowd-played Pokemon, which ended up well (and the Twitch audience would later finish every game of the main-line series), early on this venture was turning into something more similar to Twitch plays Halo, in which the crowd was unable to get past basic enemy encounters.  Since then, significant progress was made, as as of day 2 of this experiment, Stage 2 was cleared! Click after the break for updated tweets!

https://twitter.com/MGSMGN/status/618315599379234817

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