|Snake?! This was a sneaking mission! Snaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaake!|
I did remember, however, that I used to think they were hard. Not in the sense of getting through them, but in getting through them with the "Ace", as in, not dying once. In general, Acing a level proves a slight challenge, depending on what it is, but there is usually a challenge if there is meant to be one. However, on this run-through, I found that it was actually no challenge at all. I don't know if my early morning had anything to do with it, or if I've simply come a long way, or maybe I just got lucky, but with no more than a few hours of play, I walked away from the MGS Pack with everything. All five levels aced, played, and 100%'d. And it was satisfying.
Tomorrow? The Pirates of the Caribbean pack, which I've not actually finished completely (in the Ace, 100% sort of way) yet. Hopefully my....whatever it was carries over as well! (Because after that, I'll likely make a clean break back to LBP2. After getting to the end of the Terrible Oni level in LBP, and being killed by his sword after he exploded and it flew right at me, I'm prepared to accept that, yes, I aced everything on LBP1 already, and no, I don't need to do it again, because I want to be sane.)
And yes, I know that I could play them on LBP2, but, well, it just seems right to play on the first, alright? (And this has absolutely nothing at all to do with LBP1 already being in my PS3 and me being too lazy to switch it out. Nope. No sirree.)