Today, health club company Konami announced that it will be removing thirty-one iOS gaming apps on September 10.
As with just about every iPhone/iPod touch application (that doesn't rely on a camera), Konami's Metal Gear Solid Touch is making the upgrade leap to the iPad. It's already available on the iTunes App Store for the iPad you don't have.
Curious about Hideo Kojima's attempt to bring the Metal Gear series to the iPhone, but hate spending eight bucks to satisfy your curiosity? You're in luck, because the "Lite" demo version is now available.
Kojima Productions brings the epic story of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots to Apple's iPhone platform with the Metal Gear Solid Touch, a touchscreen controlled shoot 'em up.
Quite a few things wrong with Metal Gear Solid Touch. It's over-priced. And short. And reducing the series' stealth to a Duck Hunt clone is a bit silly. But hey, an expansion might help!
The man behind Metal Gear Solid and Zone of the Enders is making a more public appearance at GDC this week, giving San Fraciscoans the chance to meet Hideo Kojima in person.
With Metal Gear Touch, Metal Gear Solid has arrived on Apple's iPhone. It's not a huge surprise as Apple products are littered throughout Metal Gear Solid 4.
Forget that announcement saying it would be out on March 19. It's not. It's out today, and today is March 18, so if Metal Gear-themed Duck Hunt sounds appealing, get on it.
Of course, the game is a touch screen game, so fingers tap the screen is expected. But to this degree, like where it's kinda hard to see what's going on at times? Shame that your thumbs keep getting in the way. Damn shame.
Really, Konami, the best you could manage for an iPhone Metal Gear game was a re-skinned Duck Hunt? How depressing. Still! There are enough Metal Gear tragics out there who just won't care.
The more screens I see for the Metal Gear Solid's iPhone title, the less I want to play it.
As revealed last week, Metal Gear Solid Touch basically retells the story of Metal Gear Solid 4 from a different perspective, with an over-the-shoulder view of Solid Snake's mullet as you tap the screen to take out enemies. I suppose it will be nice for those who want a quick synopsis of the story without have to sit…
The official website for the iPhone's Metal Gear Solid Touch updated today unveiling a bevvy of new details about the upcoming Konami title.
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