In 2001, Hideo Kojima pissed off countless fans with a simple twist. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty did not star everyone’s favorite rugged action hero Solid Snake. Instead, players spent most of their time playing as Raiden, a whiny rookie who didn’t know his ass from his head. It was perfect and still is.…
Konami released the first Metal Gear on July 13, 1987. Created by Hideo Kojima, the stealth game came out on the MSX2 computer and went on to spawn a successful and beloved franchise. Today, fans are saying thanks.
Wonder what action-adventure games are most popular in Japan? Let’s find out! There might be some surprises... Then again, there might not.
Best known for his video game and TV work, John Cygan has passed away. He was 63.
Yesterday, Square-Enix announced that it was parting ways with Hitman developers IO Interactive. So why don’t we take some time to appreciate one of the best crafted stealth series around?
Over the decades, there have been so many great action games. But which one do people in Japan like best? This poll might shed light on that question.
If you start to get Metal Gear Solid vibes off of the new Zombies Chronicles expansion for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, there’s a good reason: Treyarch has tapped artist Yoji Shinkawa to create portraits of the game’s characters.
If you’ve played Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, you might remember the Calorie Mate energy supplement snacks. Fast forward to 2017 as Snake’s Japanese voice actor Akio Otsuka is now lending his talents to Calorie Mate’s latest ad campaign.
Cosplayer Diegator’s Gray Fox helmet build sure is impressive. In a short clip he explains all the long hours that went into the project.
U.S. presidents—fictional or not—have had a major impact on video games. When a game has something to do with the United States, there’s a good chance the Commander-in-Chief is gonna show up.
Usually porn parodies seem content with just cosplay, but not this Metal Gear Solid one. It’s really gone the extra mile.
A year ago, Hideo Kojima was supposed to receive a trophy at The Game Awards for Metal Gear Solid V. Due to bullshit from Konami, Kojima couldn’t attend the event. Tonight, things have been set right.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience is out today for PS4, Xbox One, and PC (EDIT 4:50pm— The PC version releases Thursday, October 13). The Definitive Experience includes The Phantom Pain, Ground Zeroes, and all the DLC. Here’s what we thought of MGSV when it first came out.
One of Metal Gear Solid V’s most important plot points, Mission 51, ended up on the cutting room floor. Today, Konami said it does not plan to finish this mission.
On October 11, Konami is re-releasing MGSV Ground Zeroes along with The Phantom Pain and both games’ DLC.
It was E3 2000 when I nearly lost my shit. The sequel to one of the best games I’d played on the PS1, Metal Gear Solid, was coming out on the PS2 and the graphics showcased in Sons of Liberty were unbelievable.
Konami isn’t going to let the loss of Hideo Kojima stop them from using the Metal Gear license, announcing today an all-new game in the franchise: Metal Gear Survive.