I know Kojima leaving Konami is tough, Snake, but it’s not your fault.
Solid Snake: Badass agent. Special ops legend. Unsuccessful illustrator – wait, what?
Metal Gear's creator took to Twitter to talk about the conceptual origins behind the name of series protagonist Solid Snake. Over eight tweets.
Metal Gear Solid turns 15 today. To celebrate, Konami wants you to buy it on PSN. Which I suppose is a decent way to celebrate.
Ever since David Hayter tearfully announced that he wouldn't be returning as Snake for the next Metal Gear Solid game, I've had a gut feeling that he will be returning as Snake.
There are times when an expressive character design works the best. That's how I've always felt about the art of the Metal Gear series — it's emotional, dramatic and implies so much about its characters simply by how it's drawn.
Because he is made out of balloons, by Bruce Carr. And he looks like he is begging you to kill him.
It's almost like a Wheel of Fortune-style before-and-after. "Solid Snake in a box" + "a box full of kittens" = "Solid Snake in a box full of kittens!"
Hey, Americans, did you know that many of the video games that you admired and obsessed over in 2011 were made in Canada? It's true. Deus Ex: Human Revolution? Sword & Sworcery? Assassin's Creed: Revelations? That one super-cute game about ponycorns that a five-year-old made? All crafted in the Land of Poutine.
Well, technically, let's listen, since the video features only the voice behind Snake (David Hayter) and not the game character's digital self.
The ultimate paramilitary crossover continues in the fifth(!) chapter of Modern War Gear Solid, which has already merged the worlds of Metal Gear Solid, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Halo into one ridiculously amusing soup.
There seems to be no shortage of the impressive art gamers are both willing to pay for and have etched into their skin.
You'd think with the raw sexuality that Solid Snake oozes in every episode of Metal Gear that he'd be swatting away the ladies with baseball bat or, at the very least, tranquilizing them and moving their unconscious bodies to less conspicuous locations. It's not like he hasn't come across his share of foxes who could…
The United States is gearing up to elect a new president, gasoline prices are skyrocking, environmentalists are predicting doom for our planet, and on the internet the debate rages on - does Solid Snake have a penis? Binary Fractal has posted a long, rather crude essay explaining why he believes this clone of Big…
Gametrailers got up the second installment of its look at the Metal Gear franchise. This 20-minute clips picks up in 1995, eight years after the first Metal Gear, and five since the Japan-only release of Metal Gear: Solid Snake. Hideo Kojima has heard about this new "PlayStation" console and its capabilities, and…
What Konami event would be complete without a healthy dose of Metal Gear Solid 4? And a healthy dose it was! After a short talk about the series in which Kojima proudly announced "Metal Gear Solid 4 is Complete" we watched as he played through the first forty-five minutes of the game which, while fascinating, was a…