Metal Gear Solid 4 Remastered Trailer For PS3
The game that has Xbox 360 and PS3 owners up in flame wars just got a remastered trailer. The footage that brought down a firestorm of anticipation for Snake’s latest adventure is now looking better than ever. And if you some how missed the trailer from E3 2006, you can see it right here on CB Games, in all its glory.
It’s funny, though, how Metal Gear Solid 4 has been the one game that people seem to think will make or break this generation’s console war between the Xbox 360 and PS3. For those who want this game exclusive to the PS3 they know that the PS3 has a fighting chance. Xbox 360 gamers are betting that a multi-platform release of Metal Gear Solid 4 will result in this console war being lost by Sony. But you know what? One game won’t make a difference.
Even if MGS makes it on the 360 at some point in time, five more groundbreaking exclusives for the PS3 could easily turn the tide farther down the road. Right now I’m thinking MGS4: Guns of the Patriots has more riding on it than Halo 3, though. Mainly it’s because fanboys (and many hardcore gamers) don’t seem to see past top-tier franchises that are supposed to be exclusives. With Microsoft’s current lead in the console war, Halo 3 doesn’t have to be fantastic or bring about a grandiose experience, it just has to be decent enough. Konami, on the other hand, has to deliver a really good reason for MGS fans (who don’t own a PS3) why Sony’s newest machine is worth the $600 investment. And in the eyes of hardcore gamers that means that MGS must stay exclusive to Sony’s console. I would hate to be Mr. Hideo K. right about now. I bet he can’t keep his forehead sweat free even while taking an ice bath in Hungary.
Anyway, here’s the remastered trailer for Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.
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