Today Konami released the release date for the North American release of the Metal Gear Solid Legacy Collection.
This set comes with nearly every single MGS game available on the PS1, PS2 and PS3 and a 100 page artbook with promo art from around the globe. The set will retail for $49.99 and be 2 discs long. Above you can see the set.
Good news for PC gamers! Platinum Games’ Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is coming to the platform. This was first revealed by director Hideo Kojima during his podcast and later confirmed by Jean Pierre Kellams, creative producer at Platinum Games, via Twitter.
Be sure to check out our review of the PS3 version of the game and its DLCs here, here, and here.
Also known as IF Prototype LQ-84i, this mechanical beast plays its part in the main game’s narrative from both sides of the intense cybernetic war. Owner of a sentient and superior AI compared to his mass-produced clones, Bladewolf struggles to become more than just a pawn in Desperado‘s plans.
In the other hand, Platinum hasn’t shown the same resolve to create this side-story.
Metal Gear Rising: revengeance will be getting new DLC in Japan next month. The DLC will feature you playing a a mechanical wolf called Blade Wolf.
As you know, Silva reviewed both the game and the recent DLC and gave them a 9/10 and 7/10 respectively so let’s hope this is as good as it’s previous DLC or even better. Below you can see screenshots with Blade Wolf.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengaeance is available now on Xbox 360 and PS3.
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Last week, we announced that Metal Gear will be getting a special collection set featuring a ton of games on it and no, I am not relisting them all and now the game has a japanese site set up that has a picture of the PS3 exclusive set. There is still no release date in Japan or Europe but the set is slated for June 2013 in North and South America so expect it around that time.
Jetstream Sam. Possibly the most iconic character in Rising considering his influence on Raiden, both physically and psychologically. Amidst so many crazy bosses in the game, there was this guy with a code of honor and ideals that would rival the protagonist’s. He wasn’t evil, but was also not willing to give up without a fight. Who was he, anyway?
You may not see everything you wanted to, but it’s good while it lasts.
Today, Konami announced that they will release the Metal Gear Solid Legacy Collection in North and South America this June.
The Set will come with Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2 HD, Metal Gear Solid 3: HD which comes with the MSX versions of Metal Gear 1 and 2, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD, Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions and Metal Gear Solid 4: Trophy Edition.
There are no price details at this point but the set is PS3 exclusive and the fact that it comes with about 8 games about $50-$60 does not seem that unfair for a rerelease but if the set is $40 I can imagine it’s gonna fly off the shelves.
There is no release dates announced for Europe, Japan, or Australia at this time.
Today a trailer showing off the 2nd piece of DLC for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance was released.
The trailer shows off the character of Jetstream as he slices, dices, destroys and still looks amazing doing it. You can also taunt enemies and fight Metal Gears but since this is a Metal Gear game that’s expected.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengneace is available now from Konami for Xbox 360 and PS3.
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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has been officially announced as the next MGS at GDC with a rather epic 6-minute debut trailer and website which reveals the game is coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. For a new batch of screenshots, hit the link below.
I can honestly say I did not see this coming. The debut trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was introduced at GDC today. The trailer shows who I believe is Solid Snake channeling Kurt Russell having a shoot out in the rain, then him in a hospital with a prosthetic arm trying to escape and much, much more.
The FOX Engine is truly amazing in this trailer, showing off fire effects, facial textures and much, much more. Also from a person who lives with people who are nurses, a phantom pain is something people who lose limbs deal with so Kojima earns some serious brownie points for his use of the name.
In fact I think I might play this game.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be released by Konami. There is no release date or what consoles it will come to at press time but Kojima was playing the game on a PC with a 360 controller at GDC
Go beyond the break for a epic trailer with great music.
Yes. Well, maybe. You’ve probably heard about The Phantom Pain by now. You know, the mysterious trailer that was shown at last year’s Video Game Awards.
The game is supposedly in development at Swedish “Moby Dick Studio,” which probably doesn’t exist. The name of its CEO is an anagram of Kojima. Last week, we found out that the game runs on Konami’s FOX engine, and that a new trailer would be shown at GDC.
Hideo Kojima has posted the screenshot above on Twitter. Is this the trailer? Also, notice the name of the video “TPP_GDC2013_720p_ESRB”. Interesting, eh?
In what could be the most useless news to come out of this weekend, it Seems that Castlevania: Lords of Shadows might be coming to Steam.
The site Steamdb.info reveals an entry for the game along with a small icon that is associated with steam games and trust me, I own a ton of Steam games so I know what to look for. Does this mean the game is coming to Steam? I don’t know. All I know is that the game’s sequel is coming soon and the 3DS game is available now. The console version of Lords of Shadows is available now
Yesterday, GT.TV started with Geoff Keighley interviewing quite the exquisite character. This man here claims to be responsible for The Phantom Pain, the oft-rumored fifth entry of the Metal Gear Solid series.
His weird reactions and the constant evasion on answering simple questions have made the interview seem like there’s more to be seen than just some screenshots from the game.
Konami announced today that the VR Mission pack is now available for free on the PS3 for a limited time. This DLC adds 30 new missions that feature nothing but gameplay in the style of the MGS VR missions on the PS1.
Also announced were 2 new sidestory DLC packs for the characters Jetstream and Blade Wolf. Both packs will feature unique gameplay for each character and expand on their storylines and origins and will be available for $6.99 when it debuts in North America on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
MGS:Revengeance is available now from Konami on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
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