Metal Gear Solid And Risk Come Together At Last


Posted September 23, 2011 - By Adam Rosenberg

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 standard Risk rules, the game also includes two additional rulesets that more specifically nod to the source material. The custom map's 42 territories are broken in to six zones, and the set also includes five different PMC armies, neutral armies and cities, an Outer Haven battleship (which can engage in sneak attacks) and a variety of cards (including something called "Drebin's Cards," a nod to MGS4's arms dealer).

You can see the game box art up top, but personally, I think it would have been a stroke of genius to make the packaging look like a generic cardboard box. Just saying.

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Metal Gear Solid And Risk Come Together At Last


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