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Indie designer Airam Hernandez had been working on a remake of Metal Gear Solid from the original PlayStation. He announced it a while back and has been releasing some screenshots and teaser videos since. However, recently the project had to be brought to a close and cancelled for good.
A new playable character and a pair of new maps are coming to Metal Gear Online in March, offering players a couple of new playgrounds to go to war on, alongside a new combatant that doesn't really say all that much.
If you follow Hideo Kojima's twitter account, then you know the guy has been pretty busy this past week. In fact, he's been on a road trip of sorts, touring just about every Sony studio under the sun alongside PlayStation 4 architect Mark Cerny.
It should come as no surprise that the next Metal Gear game wonít have Hideo Kojima at the helm; or anyone youíre familiar with, for that matter. Thatís because the next Metal Gear game is an unofficial remake of the original Metal Gear Solid, being rebuilt in Unreal Engine 4 by Airam Hernandez.
Despite the removal of Hideo Kojima, creator of the Metal Gear Solid series, from Konami, it was announced today on Twitter that Metal Gear Online would continue to be updated with new DLC.†The response to the announcement has been overwhelmingly positive.
It turns out that nice guys donít always finish last. In a recent interview with film writer/director John Carpenter, it was revealed that video game writer/director Hideo Kojima was not sued over some copyright issues because, well, heís a pretty swell dude.
The folks behind "Honest Game Trailer" have decided to set their sights on the Metal Gear Solid series, the result of which are mostly accurate and extremely entertaining jabs at one of the most beloved series in games history.
While Metal Gear Solid has always boasted violent action and gritty plots, each game in the series has also offered a healthy dose of unbridled silliness. Thatís why this latest Japanese trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain feels so, so right.
Every gamer that has been eagerly awaiting Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for the past few years will soon be able to get their hands on the title come September 1st. Before the launch of the game Konami and Hideo Kojima have one more trailer left to entice gamers with.
The last Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain trailer left a lot to be desired, but that wasn't a surprise given the fact that Hideo Kojima didn't direct it.
Horror games are all the rage these days, with games like Outlast and Five Nights at Freddy's delivering scares to hordes of players. However, well before the horror genre's recent revival, there were plenty of games out there that scared players.
The official intro cinematic has been unveiled by Konami Digital Entertainment for the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeros or Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The video is a retread of a lot of what we've already seen before with one striking change: It's in English and we finally get to hear Kiefer Sutherland in the iconic role of Big Boss, known here as Punished Snake.
Konami and Kojima Production's upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was one of the few games demonstrated for the PlayStation brand during the first day of TGS. The video gives a walkthrough of more than 12 minutes of unedited gameplay, showing the complete start and finish of a mission.
Itís a Konami celebration over on the Xbox 360 as the publisher announces a big sale on nearly a dozen of its Games on Demand titles between now and Aug. 26.
The original Metal Gear came out 25 years ago, providing gamers with nearly three decades of tactical espionage action. Now all of that sneaking, hiding and shooting can be experienced in one place as all core Metal Gear games are set to be released in a single package mid-July. It's called Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection, it's 50 bucks, and there's even a new trailer showing off how awesome it is.