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As much as we may balk at the original Playstation’s graphics and gameplay now, we have to remember, it gave us games like Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy 7, so the system was, literally, a game changer. Sadly, for every game up to Metal Gear Solid’s caliber, there were ten to twenty games that […]
This is James Young displaying the prosthetic arm Konami had built for him. The arm was inspired by Big Boss's arm from Metal Gear Solid V and includes USB ports for charging devices, a small monitor, lights, and even a flying drone mounted to the shoulder. Show More Summary
Four years ago James Young lost his left arm after falling in between two train carriages. Now Konami has helped build him a replacement for that arm, inspired by Big Boss and Metal Gear Solid. It’s insane. More »
Game designer Hideo Kojima hasn't just been tweeting out photos of creepy motion-capture face molds on his worldwide studio tour post-Konami and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. There's work to be done, also! The trip has been a...Show More Summary
An amputee has been given a Metal Gear Solid-style bionic arm. Among other gadgets it includes a USB charger and a launchable drone. James Young, who lost a leg and an arm in a train accident, got the new limb after beating more than 60 applicants who replied to an ad by Konami, which is […]
The Fox Engine , which powered Metal Gear Solid V, was impressive. But it seemingly took forever to make, which means MGSV took ages, too. Thankfully for his upcoming PS4 game , Hideo Kojima won’t go back to the game engine drawing board. At least, for now. Read more...
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Last year, Metal Gear Solid publisher Konami said it would help fund a new prosthetic limb for a double amputee gamer. 25-year-old James Young, who lost an arm and a leg in 2012 when he was dragged underneath a London tube train, was chosen as the recipient. Show More Summary
James Young, a man from the UK was in a freak accident with a train a few years back that led to him losing his left arm and leg. James was an avid video game player…
When Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima started his new Kojima Productions studio after leaving Konami late last year, he released a logo of a skull in a what looked like a mix between a knight's helm and an astronaut's helmet. Now Kojima has revealed the full picture of that character, whom he has named Ludens, the "icon of Kojima Productions". Show More Summary
One of the best parts of the Metal Gear Solid series was the marketing hype train that drove it, and Hideo Kojima was a fantastic conductor. Now, the founder of Kojima invites all aboard as he teases missing details from the logo of his company, Kojima Productions. The tease came during an interview Kojima gave to Famitsu magazine. Show More Summary
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One of the most iconic gaming performances still has to be that of David Hayter’s portrayal of Snake in the Metal Gear Solid games. I was lucky enough to catch up with him recently and he was happy to talk about his career not only in voice acting but also as a major Hollywood screenwriter.
Metal Gear Online’s next update has plenty to offer both types of players. Metal Gear Online 3 May Update: Ocelot’s revolver, loads of FOB goodies The May update for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain makes significant changes to both halves of Metal Gear Online – the multiplayer action game and Forward Operating Base […]
It has been almost five full months since Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima's contract with Konami formally ended. In that time, we have learned very little about Kojima's next venture. It was immediately revealed that he rebooted...Show More Summary
Snake? SNAAAAAKE! Wake up. It's time for an update to your multiplayer capabilities. Tomorrow, May 10, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will receive an update focused on balances fixes for the game's multiplayer mode. You can read...Show More Summary
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is first in the series chronology (it's set in 1964, twenty years ahead of the recent Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) which makes it a good enough spot as any for an in-universe explanation for the...Show More Summary
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