The ESRB rated Metal Gear Solid yesterday for the PSP and PS3, thus spoiling Konami's surprise. However, Konami's announcement today contains two facts that the ESRB didn't know: the price and release date.
At E3, Sony said that a ton of PSOne games were coming to the PlayStation Store. Today the ESRB revealed one big addition.
To top off a pretty impressive E3 conference, Microsoft brought out Hideo Kojima to announce that the Metal Gear Solid series is coming to Xbox 360. It's not Metal Gear Solid 4, as was rumored, but something else entirely.
Recent findings seem to suggest that the new Metal Gear game could, in fact, star Sunny from MGS: 4.
Metal Gear Solid studio Kojima Productions has a teaser website up for their mystery project and while it doesn't reveal much concrete information, there's enough for some crazy-go-nuts speculation.
No, this is not an article about a series of bad games from EA’s Pandemic studios. This is an article about passing the time while conveniently staying out of harm’s way…better known as Swine Flu.
David Hayter, the voice of Solid Snake in Metal Gear Solid and co-writer of the Watchmen screenplay, is teaming up with Tekken film producer Benedict Carver to create Dark Hero Studios. The company will specialize in sci-fi, action, and horror and will produce internet, film, television, and video game projects.
With nothing much at all to play this week we can only look to rumors for what may be coming down the pipe. Rumor has it that Metal Gear Solid has made an appearance on Partner Net, the developers only network of Xbox LIVE, and that means we may see the game on the Arcade at some point.
The problem with calling Metal Gear cinematic is that the term has no context. The best I can come up with is that there are credits as you begin playing, and some cut scenes use dramatic camera angles. These are indeed cinematic concepts, but they are not exclusive to Metal Gear.
World of Warcraft, currently over ten million subscribers strong, is the most successful MMO of all time. As it turns out, Blizzard won't be handing off the film adaptation of this lucrative franchise to Uwe Boll. I know, I know - shocking.
Sony today announced some nifty new package deals for their PSP and Playstation 3 systems. The PSP bundle will see the handheld itself get a bloody silkscreen process for the upcoming God of War: Chains of Olympus. The PS3 bundle is only getting Metal Gear Solid 4, nothing all that important really. Oh, and we western folks are getting a rumbly PS3 controller finally.
Konami confirmed today the existence of Metal Gear Solid: The Essential Collection. The set will sell for a reasonable $29.99 and features a plethora of exclamation point causing whistles and cigarette smoke. The package will include the following: Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.