Tag Archives: Metal Gear

One Bored Gamer Vlog Ep. 7 – MGS: Peace Walker Demo-Ops

I ramble on…again.

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Demo Hits PSN Today

If you are like me, you played the Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker demo in Japanese and didn’t understand a thing. Well, lucky you! The demo, which features four different mission types is now available for download in English.

More info at GamePro.com

RUMOR: Metal Gear Solid Movie Poster Spotted

Ok.  This one can be totally fake for all we know, but supposed a leaked picture from the office of Sony Pictures in Culver City, CA shows what is said to be a poster for an upcoming Metal Gear Solid Movie.

Take it as you will.  If any of this is true, the movie stars (surprise!) Christian Bale and Daniel Craig and is set for a release July 2011.  Hideo Kojima’s name is even on the poster. 

Some of you may remember that Kojima himself recently confirmed a movie.  The question is, whether or not we should believe that this is a real poster.

If anything is in the works, there is no telling when it will be officially revealed.

Here is the pic:



From PS3Center.net

Konami Announces Metal Gear Announcements

If anyone knows how to announce an announcement, it’s the wonderful bunch over at Konami.  I don’t mind though,  I like having something to look forward to.

Read about at Kotaku.

Kojima Will be “Deeply” Involved in Metal Gear Rising

In a chat with Japanese magazine Dengeki, Metal Gear series creator Hideo Kojima explained that he would be more deeply involved in Rising than previously let on to believe.

“I’ll be working more deeply on the project then a normal producer…It’s a completely different kind of action than what has appeared in the series so far.”

Kojima also said that he would be in charge of development of the PSP title, Peace Walker, because he felt that the game’s themes may be a bit of a challenge for his young development team to tackle.  That said, Kojima has full confidence in his team as developers, but felt that some of the history associated with the themes of the game may be difficult for them because of the generation gap.

“At first, I was just going to create the overall guidelines and concepts for the project, and leave it in the hands my excellent staff,” said the MGS creator, “I was going to have a hand in the project as a producer, and make titles other than MGS.”

“But, I set the game in the South American [sic] country of Costa Rica and created a story with themes about nuclear deterrence and The Cold War. It looked as if it might be very confusing to young people, because of generational differences. So, in the end I finally said, ‘I’ll do it.'”

Eurogamer via NeoGAF