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Metal Gear Solid [PSN] Latest News - PSP

Metal Gear Solid [PSN]
Game Description:From the days of the PS one, this downloadable game allows you to play the whipping original snowboard classic on your PSP handheld system or PS3 home console. Players slip into the role of Konami hero Solid Snake and set out on a government mission to regain control of a secret nuclear weapons base from terrorists' hands. On his quest, Snake must rely heavily on stealth to avoid being seen, but he also has more than 30 different weapons and 20 different items and gadgets at his disposal, such as night vision goggles, minesweepers, explosives, gas masks, and more. An enemy radar display at the top of the screen helps pinpoint the locations of the opposing forces, both human and mechanical. Designed by Hideo Kojima.
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Metal Gear Solid [PSN] News

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  • Metal Gear Solid And Risk Come Together At Last

    Risk: Metal Gear Solid. It's officially a thing. Konami has partnered with Hasbro and USAOPOLY to release a new themed version of Risk based on Hideo Kojima's enduringly popular stealth/action game series. A press release confirms that pre-sales will launch on USAOPOLY's website on October 3, with the board game priced at $50. In addition to...

    Posted September 23, 2011

    Metal Gear Solid And Risk Come Together At Last
  • Hideo Kojima To Attend In-Store Signing Events In New York And Los Angeles

    Hardcore Metal Gear Solid fans in New York City and Los Angeles, mark your calendars. Legendary developer Hideo Kojima will be on hand in a few weeks to personally sign copies of his upcoming PlayStation Portable exclusive Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. Kojima will be making the two stops during his promotional world tour for the game. Read...

    Posted May 21, 2010

    Hideo Kojima To Attend In-Store Signing Events In New York And Los Angeles
  • Hideo Kojima Wagering Career On His Next Project?

    Legendary developer Hideo Kojima has created some of the most acclaimed games of all time, but if things don’t go well, his next project could be his last. Japanese gaming watchdog AndriaSang (via Gamasutra) noticed yesterday that Kojima had posted several teases on Twitter about his next project. The first rather striking message...

    Posted April 15, 2010

    Hideo Kojima Wagering Career On His Next Project?
  • Hideo Kojima Already Mulling Next Project, Will Include "Mechs"

    Metal Gear designer Hideo Kojima is restless, it seems. With the finish line for Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker in sight (the game's out in early June), Kojima is already beginning to sketch out his next project and started giving out the first details through an unlikely source: Twitter. "I’m pondering over the next project’s...

    Posted April 12, 2010

    Hideo Kojima Already Mulling Next Project, Will Include "Mechs"
  • Hideo Kojima Joins Twitter, But You Won't Be Able To Read It

    Japan's game makers are getting on the Twitter bandwagon. The head of Square Enix, Yoichi Wada, recently outed himself. The latest to join the club is Metal Gear Solid designer Hideo Kojima. You can read and follow his Twitter account right here. The issue with both Twitter accounts, however, is the language barrier. Both Wada and Kojima are...

    Posted February 25, 2010

    Hideo Kojima Joins Twitter, But You Won't Be Able To Read It
  • Solid Snake + Christmas = Merry Gear Solid 2: The Ghosts Of Christmas Past

    Thank you, IndieGames.com, for noticing Merry Gear Solid 2: The Ghosts of Christmas Past. Merry Gear Solid 2 is the sequel to indie developer (I'm on an indie kick today, apparently) Arthur Lee's Merry Gear Solid: Secret Santa, which he describes as a "top down stealth action game that plays like a simplified version of Hideo...

    Posted October 13, 2009

    Solid Snake + Christmas = Merry Gear Solid 2: The Ghosts Of Christmas Past
  • Nugget From The Net: Metal Gear Solid Spoof

    The Metal Gear Solid series is legendary as much for its stealth action as its massive cut-scenes and non-game action. This series is ripe for parody. Check out the below video that spoofs a Metal Gear save game process. Metal Gear Atom.com: Funny Videos | Spoofs | Random Weirdness

    Posted June 9, 2009

    Nugget From The Net: Metal Gear Solid Spoof
  • Konami Hiring For Next 'Metal Gear' Solid

    Are you out of a job? I know one place that's hiring: Konami. Konami has posted a help-wanted ad on its Japanese recruitment site looking for staff for a new Metal Gear projects. According to a translation at ign.com, Konami would like to hire a large number of people for "new developments" in the Metal Gear series. Konami mentions...

    Posted March 9, 2009| 51 Comments

    Konami Hiring For Next 'Metal Gear' Solid
  • Hideo Kojima Vows To Restructure Kojima Productions To Take On The World

    Legendary game designer Hideo Kojima thinks Western game companies are "winning" over their Eastern competition, so expect some changes from the father of the Metal Gear series. Kojima told Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu that he will "start from scratch" to compete with global development companies. He says he plans to...

    Posted January 5, 2009| 147 Comments

    Hideo Kojima Vows To Restructure Kojima Productions To Take On The World
  • German Inmate Escapes Via 'Metal Gear Solid' Technique

    In what many videogame analysts will classify under "Holy crap! That actually works?!?", a Turkish prisoner has escaped a German prison through the clever use of a box. While gamers have been been following Solid Snake's box-stealth adventures in the Metal Gear and Metal Gear Solid series for more than a decade, few have ever thought...

    Posted November 17, 2008| 34 Comments

    German Inmate Escapes Via 'Metal Gear Solid' Technique
  • Hideo Kojima On The Metal Gear 25th Anniversary

    Posted: September 28, 2012

    3,418 Views | 06:08

  • GDC 2009 Keynote: Hideo Kojima

    Posted: March 26, 2009

    8,540 Views | 1:26:24 | 2 Comments

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