These aren't just glossy white 3DS units. They are, for Metal Gear fans, two of the coolest pieces of merchandise they will ever lay their eyes upon.
Metal Gear Solid, never one to shy away from a collaboration, is bringing Hooters girls to upcoming its 3DS game, Snake Eater 3D.
This week's Nintendo download comes with a mouthful of slinky lizard as the demo for Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D hits the 3DS eShop, all stealthy-like.
Konami's latest in a never-ending line of Metal Gear Solid remakes, Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D, will be out on the Nintendo 3DS in the US on February 21.
Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater is coming to the Nintendo 3DS as Snake Eater 3D. To mark the occasion, the game is getting a very special Nintendo 3DS. Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima provided a first sneak peek.
As first revealed during last night's Nintendo Direct, the 3DS is getting five game demos in Japan: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D, Rhythm Thief & The Emperor's Theater, New Love Plus and Resident Evil: Revelations.
Originally Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D was supposed to be out this December. Then, at September's Tokyo Game Show, Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima said the game would be out in early 2012.
I don't think there's another game on the showroom floor of this year's TGS (aside from maybe Monster Hunter) that so shows up the conflict between good and evil in the design of the Nintendo 3DS as Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D.
While all the initial buzz around Nintendo's new "Slide Pad" peripheral was with Capcom, they're not the only third-party publisher with access to it. Seems Konami have at least one in the house as well.
We only played a tiny bit of the Nintendo 3DS remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, but what we did told us one thing. This is definitely a Metal Gear Solid game.
Just as Konami shows off more of upcoming Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D, Omi Gibson cosplays as MGS3's the Boss.
The E3 trailer for Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D shows off the game's new "Camouflage Photo System" and gyro features in action. There's even a special guest star from Nintendo.
Everything we've seen so far of Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D has made it look little more than a tech demo for Nintendo's new console. But according to MCV, it may be less of a demo and more a nearly finished game.